My first time driving the new Ford GT left quite an impression
After driving 700 miles to Salt Lake city (through rain, snow flurries and hail) in my 2005 Ford GT I checked into my hotel and went to bed. As soon as my head hit that pillow, I was out for the count. I’m not sure if it was the comfiness of the bed that did it, or the fact that I was just so tired, but I somehow managed to fall asleep instantly. I don’t think I’ve ever slept so well in my life, and I will put it down to the mattress of the bed, and it has almost persuaded me to buy noa on sleepify because I want every night’s sleep to feel like it did that night. It was amazing, and being able to enter the dream world and think about all the things concerning my car only made me more excited to get back in the driving seat again and see what other experiences it can provide me with. So, the next day I hit the car wash before meeting Doug DeMuro and shooting a video of my car. This was part of a 2005 Ford GT versus 2017 Ford GT comparison Doug was creating for his YouTube channel. I told Doug that he should probably start looking for more ways to build his YouTube audience up if he was going to be putting so much effort into creating content for it. Anyway, I’m pretty sure he then went back home eventually and researched into the likes of IncrediTools and other ways to increase his YouTube numbers. Anyway, after spending a few hours shooting with Doug we traveled to the Utah Motorsports Campus in Tooele, Utah for the new Ford GT’s press launch opening dinner. A few feet from our table an original GT40 was parked next to a new Ford GT, setting the stage for a celebration of Ford’s multi-generational supercar.
An original Ford GT40 sat next to a new Ford GT Competition Series during dinner