Win this Rapid Red 760 hp Shelby Mustang GT500 With 25-Percent More Entries

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The 2021 Shelby GT500 is incredibly fast, relatively luxurious and a little elusive.
This Rapid Red 2021 Shelby GT500 features a 760hp 5.2L Supercharged Cross Plane Crank V8 engine mated to an automatic transmission. Getting that much power to the ground can prove tricky, but not for the new GT500, thanks to Ford's advanced MagneRide™ suspension system and included carbon fiber track package. Exposed carbon fiber offers incredible looks and mechanical performance, while Brembo™ brakes, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and a GT4 track wing keep the 760 hp and 625 ft-lb of torque in check.
While this GT500 represents the fastest and most capable production Mustang on the track, it doesn't require the driver to sacrifice ride quality or comfort features. In fact, with the technology package and the B&O Premium Sound System, this car is just as suitable for commuting or driving as it is for the race track. However, this ultimate driver car is also very collectible and shows off well too.
In addition to this incredible car and $25,000.00 to cover taxes, The Shelby American Collection is also giving away the GT500 Track Attack experience at Ford's Performance Racing School. So the winner not only has one of the fastest cars on the road or track, but also learns how to use it.
If you've always wanted to own one of the fastest cars on the road, here's your chance. All you have to do is make a donation to The Shelby American Collection and you are entered to win this amazing car and $25,000.00 to cover taxes. Donations between $25.00 and $2,500.00 are accepted, but higher donations will get more entries, increasing your chances of winning. Additionally, Motorious readers will get even more entries thanks to a special promo.
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