The No. 14 has a different look for Sunday‘s Richmond 400. The bright orange livery on Briscoe‘s Ford honors Global Mustang Week and the 67th anniversary of the model‘s release. On April 17, 1964, Ford Motor Company its newest passenger car, the Ford Mustang. Global Mustang Week celebrates the time-honored legacy of the Mustang, as well as the enthusiasm and passion showcased by its closest fans around the world.
In 2021, Ford truly introduces the world to the family of Mustangs: Coupe, Convertible and Mach-E. This freshly expanded Mustang family is the future of attainable American performance, bringing both technology and capability to the masses. The new limited-edition Mustang Mach 1, which was seen pacing the field at Martinsville last weekend, and the all-new Mach-E further grow what Mustang stands for — the excitement of a powerful car, the freedom of the open road, and authenticity.
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