In 2005 Ford released the Ford GT, a halo car that was the modern interpretation of the iconic GT40 race cars of the 1960’s. It was powered by a 5.4-liter V8 with twin screw-type supercharger and produced 550 hp and 557 lb.ft. of torque. It’s top speed was over 200 mph and it would hit 60 mph in 6-seconds. In short the car was outstanding. John Hennessey of Hennessey Performance, recently took his personal Ford GT, strapped on twin-turbos, and then proceeded to set a new record at The Texas Mile by running 267.6 mph. Ladies and gentlemen, if that’s not fast then I don’t know what is. Check out the amazing run after the jump.