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Crimsafe Endurance Countdown: Ford Performance Racing

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Tuesday 10th September, 2013 - 4:00am

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thumbThe ninth episode of the 2013 Crimsafe Endurance Countdown profiles Ford Performance Racing.

The factory Ford squad will have four cars at Sandown, Bathurst and the Gold Coast including the Pepsi Max Crew FPR Falcons of Will Davison who will team with Steve Owen, and Mark Winterbottom who will once again join with our analyst Steven Richards. The Jeld-wen FPR Ford of Alex Davison will have fast Kiwi John McIntyre, while David Reynolds and Dean Canto will be looking at going one place better than their second place last year at Bathurst  in The Bottle-O FPR Ford.

Speed has never been an issue for FPR, and indeed closing the deal at Sandown and the Gold Coast; Bathurst has been a different story. Pole positions have come their way, but ultimately winning the race has eluded them.

Crimsafe Endurance Countdown host Briony Ingerson and expert analyst Jack Perkins look at Ford Performance Racing and Stefan Bartholomaeus speaks with Will Davison and last year’s Bathurst runner-up David Reynolds.

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