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2011 IAA: Ford Focus ST-R

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In Frankfurt Ford unveiled a racing version of the Focus ST as well, designed for track-day enthusiasts all over the world.

The race-tweaked, production-based Focus ST-R is a purpose-built for the track by Ford Racing in North America as a fully-prepared competition car. It features a powerful 2.0-litre EcoBoost engine, FIA regulation roll cage, uprated brakes and track-tuned suspension.

Initially homologated for American and Canadian touring car racing, Focus ST-R will be available to order from Ford dealers in North America by seasoned hardcore professional drivers, amateur racers and track day enthusiasts as well.  Ford’s vision is to broaden availability to additional regions in the future.

This is Ford’s way to make motorsport accessible for more people by making it easier and more affordable.

For North American customers, the Ford Focus ST-R is the latest in a long-line of turn-key race cars offered by the company including the Mustang FR500C, Mustang FR500S, Mustang Cobra Jet, Boss 302R and Boss 302S.  The ST-R offers clear links to the Focus ST road car.

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