Yeah, you’re here for the cars we’re building. We get that. Here they are.
There are different update schedules for each build, so make sure you check in on each one.
At the recent Ford Nationals event in Carlisle, PA, our friends at Mountune shot this cool video of their display area. And in that display area was the Project ST TrackSTer. Check it out! TrackSTer...Read More →
Admittedly, we’re a little late to the Fiesta ST game, but that doesn’t mean we’re any less impressed with just how good this car truly is. In our opinion the Mk7 Fiesta ST is as...Read More →
No doubt it’s pretty obvious, but with the three Focus builds getting wrapped up after last year’s SEMA show, we at Project ST have been on a bit of a hiatus since then. Our man...Read More →
Possibly the best article to date written about the new Hoonigan Racing headquarters in Park City, Utah, this piece by Speehunters’ Keith Charvonia is totally worth a read. We do know the feature most definitely...Read More →
Check out this little 15-second video shot for us by Brian McGee of itsjustbrian photography, and edited by BAFilms. The video was shot inside the shop space (named The Donut Shop) we share with the...Read More →
While the past year has been a crazy and fun experience for all of us at fifteen52/Project-ST, some days (or in this case, weeks) were definitely better than others. Take the week starting November 3rd,...Read More →
In the last TrackSTer update that covered its exterior mods, we mentioned a certain visit to Ford Racing’s Dearborn HQ that took the TrackSTer build plan to a much more exciting proposition. Essentially, Ford asked...Read More →
When Ken Block first approached us regarding putting together a proposal for building and marketing a modified Ford Focus ST, the first thing that popped into our heads was pretty much how we’d get a...Read More →
Not gonna lie to you; we wanted Ken Block to choose a bronze finish for his Focus Block STyle’s 19″ forged Tarmac F40 wheels. We were well on our way to making it happen, too,...Read More →
In the last Focus TrackSTer update we covered the basic goals behind building the car into a competent track car that can handle daily-driver duty as well. Just as we chose a suspension system that...Read More →