Ford NASCAR Mustang for Monster Energy Cup Series

Ford unveils 2019 NASCAR Mustang

NASCAR Cup Ford Mustang ready to race

The Mustang's entry into the NASCAR Cup Series marks the first time the pony vehicle enters the series, though the Mustang has competed in the NASCAR Xfinity series since 2011. Stewart said it was the first time he was in a Cup vehicle since retiring from the series at the end of the 2016 season.

Ford has been fielding a Mustang GT in the second tier Xfinity series since 2011, but this marks the first time that the Mustang will race in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup.

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All 13 Ford drivers in the Cup Series were on hand for the unveiling in addition to various team owners.

Hot on the heels of the 10 millionth Mustang built is the Ford Mustang NASCAR cup racer.

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Ford Performance and the design team's goal was to build a stock vehicle that remains true to the road car's design but also competitive on the track. Ford now runs the Fusion in the NASCAR Cup series, and it has found its way to victory lane nine times.

Ford Performance rolled out its 2019 Mustang in grand fashion Wednesday afternoon. But racing is in the Mustang's DNA; the pony auto first entered a competition in 1964 when the Mustang won the Tour de France Automobile. We've got a new Mustang coming for NHRA Funny Car that will be unveiled later this year, and has Mustang has grown globally as a street car, and with Mustang GT4 road car, we've also announced earlier this year - and we will unveil later this year - a new Mustang for Australian Supercars.

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