After more than two decades, Ford is returning to Formula 1. The iconic American automaker and Red Bull Powertrains are entering into a long term strategic technical partnership for the development of the next-gen hybrid power unit to be used from the 2026 Formula 1 season onwards.
A next-generation Ranger Raptor race-prepared for the mid-sized stock class completed the 2022 SCORE-International Baja 1000 in 26 hours, 21 minutes and 39 seconds finishing first amongst stock class vehicles.
A next-generation Ranger Raptor, race-prepped but remaining stock and street legal, finished the SCORE-International Baja 1000, one of the world’s toughest and most prestigious off-road races, in first place amongst the stock classes, then drove back to base in Riverside, California.
Next-Generation Ford Ranger is the most versatile ever and it’s about to make carrying longer items much easier. Whether it’s a ladder, timber, a door, canoe, surfboards or bicycles, Ford’s unique Sliding Load Rack and Folding Roof Rack allow owners to load items spanning the length of the roof and load box. Together they’re known as the Flexible Rack System (FRS) 1.
When the Next-Generation Ford Ranger Raptor takes to the start line of the legendary SCORE International Baja 1000 this week (Nov. 18) it will mark the return of one of the race’s most winning nameplates.
Ford announced today that a Next-Generation Ranger Raptor will be its latest off-roading vehicle to tackle the SCORE International Baja 1000 – one of the toughest off-road races in the world. The Ranger Raptor will be racing on a low-carbon biofuel, demonstrating the potential of these fuels in the most demanding environments.