Whether you want to race, or rally for pleasure, having the right car for this is essential. The last thing you want is for your performance, or indeed the integrity of your vehicle to be affected, but which car is the right solution?
Well, one great option you may wish to consider is a Ford. Here we take a closer look at which models make for the best rally cars, as well as a number of reasons why a Ford can be a winning choice.
You don’t need to look for in order to find a list of Ford cars you could use on different circuits. As this post from Red Bull shows, there are at least five models available ranging in age and style. While not all of these may not be available to buy now, there are some newer versions based on these you can purchase. It makes sense to use an established dealership though like Motorpoint, as such car supermarkets are more likely to have more options available.
Looking at the bigger picture, a Ford is designed to last. As alluded to above, you need to make sure you have a car that can stand up to a punishing rally drive and given their long and illustrious history, it’s fair to say that a Ford can step up to the plate.
To build on this last point, you can also find a variety of Ford cars that have specifically been designed to deal with rally driving – or at least have a little more fine-tuning than standard models. You can see similar examples with more popular road cars such as the Fiesta and Focus with the ST and of course RS versions.
Mod Options and Replacement Parts
The chances are that you’ll also need to carry out some work or eventually have to repair or replace parts of your car. This is made all the better by the widespread availability of such parts across the country. What’s more, if you were to purchase an older used version you won’t necessarily affect any warranties if and when you look to make any modifications to improve performance.
So, if you are looking to invest in a rally car make sure you think about what this fantastic manufacturer has to offer. You could soon be driving a car that doesn’t let you down, in one of the most intense driving scenarios.