I agree 100%. This car will be designed to go up against the ZR1 which is primarily a track racer. This is not to say it will not be capable of performing well at the strip. Only Dodge designs their performance vehicles just for the strip. Just don't see Ford designing a performance vehicle just to be a Sunday cruiser, or a drag strip racecar since it will easily be priced well over 100K and who knows what the ADM will be. Ford needs to remain competitive with the Porsches and Camaros, not so much with Dodge Demon. Just wonder if Ford will retire the GT350 label soon after the 500 is released.I think it will way more track orientated than previous GT 500s ---you heard it hear first.