For our approximation, we used the second clip below, which shows YouTuber Shmee engaging the track-only mode in a McLaren P1, with the dashboard message letting us know that the operation requires 27 seconds of one's time (jump to the 0:50 point for the circuit-savvy action).
Regardless of the hardware they use to achieve their goal, both velocity machines hit two main tagets, namely dropping to the ground and putting the rear wing in a downforce-frenzy position.
As far as the driver of the 2017 Ford GT is concerned, engaging Race Mode is just as easy: all you have to do is flip the switch on the steering wheel and press OK to let the vehicle know you have no issue with the 50mm ride height drop.
We'll remind you the steering wheel of the GT lets you choose between five driving modes, including Normal, Wet, Sport, Vmax (this will also drop the car, but without pulling any wing tricks) and, of course, Race.
You're also going to find a third piece of footage below, one that shows what happens to the instrument cluster of the 600+ hp Ford when you play with the said switch.
Comparisons aside, it's always nice to know that your four-wheeled partner doesn't need to spend too many seconds getting ready for the sexy time.