ken block's ford fiesta ST GRC + focus trakSTer ken block's ford fiesta ST GRC + focus trakSTer
feb 08, 2013

ken block's ford fiesta ST GRC + focus trakSTer

ken block’s ford fiesta ST GRC + focus trakSTerimage courtesy ford motors



debuting at the 2013 chicago autoshow, ford racing has introduced their new olsbergsMSE-built ‘ford fiesta ST GRC race car based off the stock 2014 ford fiesta ST production car – and a collaborative ford focus trakSTer, showcasing a partnership between ken block and fifteen52 tuning.


the stock ST will be available as a five-door hatchback with a six-speed manual transmission. achieving up to 34 mpg, the model will be equipped with a high-output variant of the 1.6-liter ecoboost engine boasting 197 horsepower and 214 lb.-ft. of torque.



ford fiesta ST GRC front viewimage courtesy ford motors



ford fiesta ST GRC driver sideviewimage courtesy ford motors



ford fiesta ST GRC 3/4 rear passenger side viewimage courtesy ford motors



ford fiesta ST front 3/4 driver side viewimage courtesy ford motors



ford fiesta ST rear 3/4 passenger side viewimage courtesy ford motors



 fifteen52 has incorporated a variety of ford racing performance parts into the trackSTer including:


-ford racing short-throw shifter-ford racing performance exhaust system

-mountune engine build (using forged rods and pistons)-mountune performance intercooler-mountune upgraded ECU-quaife limited-slip differential (developed for focus ST-R)-centerforce custom clutch kit (developed for focus ST-R)-four-piston front caliper front brakes (developed by stoptech for focus ST-R)-fender flares from chinese touring car championship focus



focus trakSTer at 2013 chicago autoshowimage courtesy jalopnik



ford focus trakSTer front end detailimage courtesy fifteen52



ford focus trakSTer headlamp detailimage courtesy fifteen52



ford focus trakSTer taillight detailimage courtesy fifteen52

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