Raceseng has some nice new parts for the F Series cars. All the items are what you would expect from Raceseng. High quality and attention to detail, and, everything fits like a glove. I'll post pictures of the parts first and then pictures of them installed on my F56. All parts are made in the USA. First up is the Tug Plate, a license plate mount utilizing the front tow hook mounting point. FEATURES • Ball joint mount allows complete plate articulation • Plate can be adjusted in or out from front bumper to tighten fitment • Multiple plate mounting locations • Works with all license plate frames Next is the Tug Plate View. A GoPro mount for the Tug Plate. FEATURES • Works with any GoPro case with a dual ear mount • Adjustable camera angle up \ down and left \ right • Simply bolts on with 2 screws Tug (Shaft + Ring) These can be purchased separately. FEATURES • Available in black, graphite and red powder coated finishes • Simple ring locking bolt keeps the ring in a vertical or horizontal position • Engineered using FEA analysis and tested to SAE standards • Capable of 9,000 pound straight pull Tug View is a GoPro mount for the Tug Ring assembly. FEATURES • Works with any GoPro case with a dual ear mount • Adjustable camera angle • Rigid mount provides stable footage • Keeps camera tucked close to the front or rear bumper Tug Tool V2. I personally recommend the V2 over the original because it is beefier (X2 thickness) and it has a bottle opener The Tug Tool is used to aid in the tightening of the tow hook shaft nut. In certain installations, there is very little space left to fit a large 25mm wrench. The Tug Tool is designed to be a thin wrench and makes installation and use easier. And now for the pictures of the parts installed on my "Lightly Modified" F56. Tug Ring Tug Ring + Tug View Tug Plate + Tug Plate View And finally shot with a GoPro installed. You can't go wrong with these parts. The quality and fit are top notch. They would be a great addition to your car before you head to the Dragon this year. Installation is super simple. Installation instructions are available on the Raceseng website shown below. I highly recommend these parts to anyone. I'll say up front that they're not the most inexpensive parts out there, but you get what you pay for in this instance. https://www.raceseng.com/installation-guides Tools required: Tug Tool or 25mm wrench 20mm socket + ratchet 4mm Allen wrench 3mm Allen wrench 5/8" wrench is nice to have for tightening the knob that clamps the camera in place. I keep a short ratchet wrench in the car for this.