Super Street Network

 |   |   |  Ken Block: Can Drift - Web Exclusive

Ken Block: Can Drift - Web Exclusive

HOONIGAN released an epic video to prove it.

Alex Bernstein
Oct 18, 2012
Epcp 1210 01+ken block can drift+top view Photo 1/1   |   Ken Block: Can Drift - Web Exclusive

It's easy to understand that whoever is on top of the game is going to receive a healthy dose of hate. Some dudes say Ken Block isn't all that talented behind the wheel. Some dudes are also plain dumb. Drifting fanboys might venture across the internet to find Block hooning like a madman in one of his five Gymkhana videos, or catch clips of him tearing up Rally America courses and competing—as the only American, mind you—in WRC. And you think he can't get sideways at the Irwindale Formula D Circuit? Think again.

In his Monster World Rally Team H.F.H.V Ford Fiesta, Ken Block doesn't have the ease of rear-wheel drive, but with horsepower and some nasty flicks, and a batshit entry speed (91mph) he pulls off a seamless, epic drift, across the whole course. You want to talk proximity? He smashed his beautiful Fifteen52 Tarmacs by getting just a little too close to the wall.

Watch and enjoy.

By Alex Bernstein
154 Articles

BROWSE CARS BY MARKET

MORE FEATURES

Custom bodywork, Japanese aero, and a beefy NA K20/K24 makes this RHD hatch a polarizing and potent street/track machine.
Joey LeeMay 31, 2016
1st Production NSX, Sweet Sound of 1500HP, Mad Mike FD Japan, GRC Phoenix, and more!
May 27, 2016
The new 2017 Nissan GT-R NISMO makes its debut at the 'Ring today.
Erick AyapanaMay 27, 2016
CLICK TO PLAY WITH AUDIO
With over 400 hp and a full race cage, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS makes for a surprisingly elegant drift car.
Conner GoldenMay 27, 2016
The first legal R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R imported to the U.S. is owned by Officer Matt. Check out his thoughts about legally owning the once forbidden fruit.
Jason UdyMay 27, 2016

SEARCH ARTICLES BY MAKE/MODEL

Search
TO TOP