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Based on the “new generation” concept developed by V8 Supercar legend Mark Skaife, the Ford Falcon FG II debuted in 2013, scoring nine wins and taking Will Davison and Mark Winterbottom to third and fourth in the overall V8 Supercar Series championship standings.

The Ford Falcon FG II comes equipped with a normally aspirated 5.0 L V8 engine that pumps-out 635+ hp through a six-speed, sequential transaxle. While its chassis dimensions are, by rule, identical to those of other marques in the series, the Falcon FGIIs are constructed by different accredited builders. Campaigned by the likes of Ford Performance Group and Dick Johnson Racing, the Falcon was the vehicle of choice for legendary American Penske Racing team’s foray into the V8 Supercar Series.

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