Now everyone has the opportunity to see what it’s like to drive a Mustang on a race track

Ford Mustang handling on racetrack

The Ford Mustang is anything but tame on a racetrack.

How does the 2015 Ford Mustang handle on a race track?

As one of the most race-savvy vehicles you can get, it’s no secret that the Ford Mustang has some power under its hood. We’ve known for awhile that the 2015 Ford Mustang is a force to be reckoned with outside and on everyday roadways, but how does the 2015 Ford Mustang handle on a race track?

Turns out, pretty well. At least according to the new interactive video that puts viewers in the driver’s seat as the vehicle cruises around the Silverstone race track in the U.K. The video allows the viewer to see what it’s like from a first-person vantage point while driving the Ford Mustang’s powerful 5L V8 engine.

>>> Watch the YouTube video of the racetrack

Like we said before, the video is interactive so drivers can see what it is like to be behind the wheel of the new ‘Stang using their mouse or cursor on the computer, or they can switch to a “helicopter” view that shows the top of the vehicle on the track, or from the front bumper camera.

The video was viewed at Silverstone and Paul Swift was driving. Interactive gauges and displays show the position of the vehicle on the track, as well as its speed and RPM. This video is pretty significant because it falls right in line with the new Ford Mustang fastback or convertible availability all through Europe.

The video acts a lot like a video game in that it you are able to interact and feel as though you are really there. This video is great for drivers who have always wondered what it’s like to be behind the wheel of a racecar, but don’t want any of the risks that come with that.

The video is 80-seconds long and was shot using a series of 6 GoPro cameras, a drone and a front bumper camera.

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