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EN_01281590_0001 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
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EN_01281590_0002 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0003 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0004 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0005 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0006 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0007 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0008 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0009 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0010 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0011 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0012 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0013 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.
EN_01281590_0014 COV
In the latest in its European Driving Roads series, Ford have taken its new GT supercar to the northernmost racetrack in the world, the Arctic Circle Raceway, to attempt to set a new lap record for the fastest production car. The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway ??" the Land of the Midnight Sun ??" consists of a string of eight bridges that connects the towns of K?Arv?Ag and Vevang in the most dramatic way possible. Not for the fainthearted, especially in adverse weather, there is even one stretch where the road seems to disappear completely. ??sThe Atlantic Ocean Road has to be driven to be believed. Only the most hardened cynic could fail to be unmoved by a journey across scenery of such unimaginable beauty,??? said internationally renowned motoring journalist Steve Sutcliffe, who fronts each travelogue of road trip destinations where the history, the view and the culture are as important as the driving thrills. ??sI had to break our rating system on this occasion, and score the road 11/10 for scenery. What else can you do on a route where you can actually see whales when you are driving along???? The Norwegian trip is the seventh video in the Europe???s Greatest Driving Roads series, achieving a score of 53/60 on factors including thrills, accessibility and hospitality. The new episode also features the talents of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver and Le Mans veteran Stefan M?zcke who set a new lap record at the Arctic Circle Raceway in the 655 PS Ford GT that has a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Featuring: Ford GT Where: Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway When: 03 Oct 2017 Credit: Aston Parrott/Ford/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.**
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.