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.
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 →
Wheels and bags. Outside of those two prerequisites, today’s stanced scene doesn’t come with a rulebook. Obviously, importance is heavily placed on how cool those wheels are and how perfectly they fit (or don’t) when...Read More →
We named this thing TrackSTer. Because we drive it on the track. Get it? Well, of course there’s more to it than that, since from the beginning we knew we didn’t want to build an...Read More →
We knew that when we chose a bright-yellow Katzkin leather interior for Focus STanced we’d raise some eyebrows. But by its very definition we knew the STanced build would be controversial to those people who...Read More →
Those of you with good memories (and even better eyes) will remember that back when we began this Project ST campaign we posted up an image with renderings for the three Focus STs we planned...Read More →
While we never set out to make our Focus STanced an all-out performance build, we have all along tried to choose our mods with both appearance and performance in mind. After all, Ford engineers spent...Read More →
Ken Block was so impressed with the Ford Racing/Stoptech prototype front big brake kit added to the Focus TrackSTer that he asked us to include a set in the list of upgrades slated for his...Read More →
Some mechanical upgrades add performance to a vehicle. Some just make it look cooler. Thankfully, some do both. In the case of Ken Block’s Focus Block STyle, we’ve chosen a cat-back exhaust upgrade that should...Read More →
By now you’ve figured out that each of the three Focus STs that makes up the bulk of the Project ST campaign was destined to wear some form of our fifteen52 Tarmac wheel design. And...Read More →
The TrackSTer build up for last month’s Chicago Auto Show (CAS) was insane. In roughly three weeks we completed about six months worth of work. Rather than hit you with one huge all-inclusive build article,...Read More →