Roush Yates Engines and Ford Performance have partnered together to develop the twin-turbo Ford EcoBoost V6 race engine. This is the exclusive race engine that powers the Ford GT supercar in both the IMSA and FIA Series.
A DEDICATED TEAM OF ENGINEERS, TECHNICIANS AND FABRICATORS WORK TOGETHER TO BUILD WORLD-CLASS RACE ENGINES
Roush Yates Engines and Ford Performance have worked together to develop the optimal performance package for the twin-turbo Ford EcoBoost V6 race engine by focusing on four key attributes; Power, Reliability, Fuel Economy and Weight.
Analyzing the various ways these four elements interact inspired the team to create the piece of the art that powers the Ford GT supercar. The engineering and assembly teams have pushed beyond the limits to develop and execute innovative manufacturing processes. This engine was unveiled in 2015 and was based off the Ford EcoBoost (DP) race engine.
An elite team of Roush Yates Engines’ engineers and calibration engineers support the teams track side. These team members are electronic calibration experts and are focused on optimizing engine and fuel mapping, developing traction control and paddle shifting strategies based on real world race data for strategy optimize.