The timeless beauty of these cars can only begin to betray the 60s race-day atmosphere. Drivers were cool but regular guys, delivering high-speed thrills, dramatic action and spectacular accidents, fortunately rarely seen in modern-day racing! Ford created a new class of sports car known as 'Pony Cars' with the Mustang. Unlike most automobiles of the age, these were small cars with mighty engines and were aimed at younger, more rebellious drivers. On this 6.3-meter circuit the Mustang faces stiff competition from the legendary Shelby Cobra: The combination of a lightweight body and a powerful engine earned it an entry in the Guinness Book of Records in 1964 as it reached 293 km/h to become the fastest on-road automobile in the world. Racing in the 60s honours the old spirit of racing and the beauty of the automobiles. Don't wait. Get in and get going!