There was a time when the full-on racing version of a car was the fastest, best-performing one you could buy. With the hypercar revolution and current regulations, the track-only sports and endurance racing cars can have hundreds of horsepower less than the production model. What this means is that the customer gets the ultimate car — which is exactly the case with the Ford GT Mk II. Ford threw out the regulation book and unleashed the GT, building this track-only monster that is the ultimate expression of its Le Mans race car. The turbocharged V6 makes 700 horsepower, up 43 from the street car's 647 and 200 more than the race car, driving the rear wheels via a seven-speed transmission with gear ratios for racing. A rooftop air scoop keeps the engine cool at constant high revs along with a massive rear wing and other aero bits that add 400% more downforce over the stock GT. This race car carries a racing premium, with only 45 being made at nearly triple the "normal" GT's price.