Doing everything from owning a multi-million dollar shoe company to starting an internet-famous video series, to racing an AWD Ford Fiesta in Rally, Rally Cross, and Gymkhana events, there's no doubt that Ken Block is a talented, successful, and persistent individual. However, when it comes to persistence in the middle of a heated US-based RallyCross race, how far should one go? Until something smells? Until there's sparks? Or until the entire cabin is on fire? Well, for Ken Block in the middle of a heated race, when he says that his Fiesta was ON FIRE - he means it, literally. Enjoy.
European Hill Climb Eschdorf
We've all seen the various, multi-national hill climb racing events that the ever-expanding internet has to offer, so what makes this one any different? Well, there's a tractor competing, a Civic crashes, and a 5.0 Foxbody Ford Mustang flawlessly drifts every corner at hillclimb speeds. And if that's not enough to captivate you, what about the sight and sound of countless, high-powered, raw racing machines from highly-boosted Evos to fire-spitting open-wheel race cars, and everything in between? Enjoy.
Yves Faber and the 5.0 Foxbody Ford Mustang V8 Hill Climb Drift
Speaking of 5.0 Foxbody Mustangs, if you didn't get enough of the amazing drifts executed by the 5.0 Mustang in the last video, here is a video dedicated to Yves Faber's amazing drift machine. Witness the flawlessly smooth, quick yet controlled drifts whose sheer cornering speeds - despite being sideways - rival those of any serious hill climb competitor. Enjoy the mustang madness.
The Sound Of A Ferrari F40 LM
If you're in the mood for some more ear-splitting ear candy, just take a few minutes to listen to the very raw, very real rushing roar of this Italian classic - the legendary twin-turbocharged V8 Ferrari F40 LM. Driven in the video by former F1 driver Jacques Lafitte, the raspy roaring sound of the F40's exhaust note is nothing short of breath-taking and heart-stopping. Enjoy.
Toyota AE86 vs Nissan Skyline R34 - Best Motoring Hot Version
The Toyota AE86 is to many just another car, and to the knowledgeable few - a truly competitive, soulful rear-wheel-drive machine. Today's Toyota GT86, Scion FR-S, and Subaru BRZ are all the successors of the mildly-known AE86, and rightfully so, because with the right driver, the AE86's potential was obvious and - like its 4-cyclinder engine - just screamed for attention. That potential was enough for the AE86 to hold its ground against countless cars in and out of its class - including an R34 Nissan Skyline. Don't believe us? Watch this short video from Japan's "Best Motoring International - Hot Version" show, and see what true handling can do. Enjoy.