Retired Microsoft Executive Jon Shirley, of Medina, sits in his new car as he took delivery of the World's First FORD GT SUPERCAR at Bowen Scarff Ford in Kent, WA on August 4, 2004. Jon Shirley won the right to the very first Ford GT by outbidding other suitors, his winning bid at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance auction last August. The 2005 Ford GT is a modern interpretation of the Ford GT 40, which raced in the 1960's. August 9, 2004--Comedian Jay Leno gives a "thumbs-up" sign from behind the wheel of his new 2005 Ford GT, delivered to Leno at the NBC Studios in Burbank Monday. Leno, host of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," says the 550-horsepower, 200-plus miles per hour GT supercar is "faster than fast." Leno is one of the first drivers in the world to purchase and take delivery of their Ford GT.