We all know (or should know) what the 2014 Corvette Stingray is capable of doing. For that matter, most of us have seen what Ford’s best pony car will do to a set of tires, as well.
Sure, the GT500 has an advantage when it comes to seating capacity, horsepower, and poor suspension. But on the other hand, the Chevy competitor — and we’ll use that term loosely here — surely has the advantage in regards to looks (we think), suspension, brakes, and overall value, to name a few things.
What happens when you take the two beasts through a series of tests? Exactly what you would expect…