The Shelby name has been applied to everything from the magnificent Mustang GT350 to stickered-up economy cars. Jason’s question: is the new GT500 a marketing stunt, or is it one of those true Shelby specials that's so good it’s destined to become an icon? In the 2nd episode of ICONS, presented by ISSIMI, automotive journalist Jason Cammisa puts the 2020 Shelby GT500 into perspective by comparing it against the benchmarks — the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2), and the quickest-accelerating, front-engine, rear-drive car of all time, the magnificent Ferrari 812 Superfast, the . Jason also drives a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 to teach us about the original Shelby Cobra homologation Mustangs and where the GT350 name comes from . And what the GT500 name doesn't mean. Guest appearances include SCCA Hall-of-Fame race-car driver Randy Pobst (henceforth known as The Stick), Jason’s Camero-enthusiast Cousin Bob alter-ego, automotive expert / “Carmudgeon” Derek Tam-Scott, and Lisa, the most beautiful flag girl to ever get fired on the spot. Oh, plus the world’s silliest Top Gear spoof of Jeremy Clarkson’s Stig intro. This 20-minute, full-length UHD 4K review of the GT500 is action packed with quarter-mile drag races, lap challenges around Chuckwalla Valley Raceway, and all the comedy you came to expect from Jason. With all the insights you crave. In other words, we think it’s the best GT500 review. In the world. Ever. Don’t forget to check out ISSIMI’s YouTube channel for the side-by-side POV onboard videos of Randy Pobst lapping the GT500 and GT3 RS around Chuckwalla Valley Raceway. Lap Videos: https://youtu.be/ogxgxNfjxlg Check out www.issimi.com for more information on who we are and what we do.