Speed shops across the country are eager to get their hands on the new 2013 Mustang, which has gone all high-tech and includes many improvements enthusiasts clamored for. Among them is Indiana-based Brenspeed, who just last week picked up their Gotta Have It Green 2013 Mustang GT.
Brenspeed wasted no time getting their new Mustang to the track, driving over 10 hours and 500 miles to get to Maryland in time for the NMRA race at Maryland International Raceway. There, the Brenspeed found itself under a lot of pressure to keep up their winning streak, having already won the first two NMRA events of the 2012 season.
Miles Wagoner of the Brenspeed sales team was behind the wheel of the 2013 Mustang, and managed to help the Indiana speed shop take home its third Roush Super Stang class win in a row. And they haven’t even finished building the car up to its full potential.
The team managed to run in the 12-teens with their newly-installed Ford Racing low compression Aluminator crate engine. With the power adder not installed yet, Brenspeed noted that the Mustang made about 35rwhp less than a stock 2011 engine, due to the lower compression ratio. But when it comes to slapping on a power adder, this new engine will take just about anything you can throw at it.
We don’t want to spoil the details, but suffice to say there’s a lot of power-adding goodies on the way that should help keep Brenspeed at the front of the pack. With the next race still a month away, Brenspeed has plenty of time to get their new 2013 Mustang up to snuff. Hopefully we’ll have more details as Brenspeed makes progress on their latest project car.