GT3 FORD vs CHEVY BATTLE 2024: American Muscle with Mustang and Corvette to Compete in IMSA GTD Class

(Image from IMSA Press Release as Sent to Nevada

Next year for the 2024 Season, Ford and Chevy will battle against each other in the IMSA GTD Class. Chevy will be running the ZO6 GT3R Corvette in new configuration for the class and Ford will be running a brand new GT3 Mustang in the WeatherTech Series in both the GTD and GTD(Pro) Classifications. The Corvette will run under the Pratt-Miller banner and the Ford Mustang will be with the Multimatic Team.

Both teams will be ready to roll for the Roar before the 24 in early January 2024 and then will compete in the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona against the other factory and private teams from BMW, Porsche, Ferrari, Aston-Martin, Lambo, Audi and Acura for the Championships both here and abroad in Europe. It should continue to be quite a show.

Please come back for more on this long time classic American Brand battle and I will plan on putting up few more pics and update information in the near future…….

Again, Thanks for stopping by and as always……..”TACH IT UP”…!!!

(Photo from Ford Performance 2023) Multimatic Mustang GT3 for IMSA/WEC

(Photo from GMAuthority 2023) Pratt-Miller Corvette ZO6 GT3R for IMSA/WEC

Publicity shot from IMSA at the recent practice at Daytona in December 2023……..

Mustang will also be competing in the GS Class with GT4 Specs in IMSA

The Multimatic #64 Mustang in it’s new race livery during practice at Daytona in December 2023

2 thoughts on “GT3 FORD vs CHEVY BATTLE 2024: American Muscle with Mustang and Corvette to Compete in IMSA GTD Class

  1. Richard

    How are they handicapping the ‘Vette to make the Mustang competitive?

    • GD

      No…They are both built to the new GT3 Specs for both IMSA and WEC

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