If anyone is planning on getting a 2020 GT350R and would like it to be reviewed, I am available...
Was this phrase above about something automotive? It's not clear, although $500 sounds like a lot, but then everything else you've said might just make it worthwhile......I took mine out a few weekends back. OMG, she do move. Road hazard warranty? Who needs one of those. Well..... a screw in the right front cost me $500.00.
The more time I spend on the track driving different cars, the more I realize that weight is the enemy. I don't remember if you were part of the discussion with Todd Soderquist at Mustang Roundup concerning the GT500, but he specified that the GT500 was designed as a grand-tourer with track capability, while the GT350R was designed specifically as a street-driveable track car.And here's another one. Big question is which will be better, not necessarily faster, on track? The GT350 or GT500?
But to me the GT350R would be much easier and more fun to wring out the best lap times because it handles like it's a much lighter car than it is.
Yes, he also said the track enthusiast car is still the GT350. Hopefully that means that it will still be produced for a few more years.