Cool off the breaks.

The GT500 is to me the best car Ford has engineered to date. it is a car with potential ZR1 performance for half the price in a straight line or on the highway, but put it on a road coarse you have a different story. The chassis is not the problem, everyone tends to love it, but after reading Motor Trend's most recent review on it, it's obvious the lack of ductwork to cool the breaks is hampering the Shelby's performance. Ford needs to lose the fog lights on the bumper and create ventilation for the breaks through that, it's a simple enough idea, cooler breaks will help retain lap consistancy and help the Shelby beat that pest of a Camaro by more than just half a second.