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Video: Ken Block at 2011 Goodwood Festival of Speed

At this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed , Ken Block was presented with two racing cars: the Gymkhana Three Ford Fiesta and the current Ford Fiesta RS WRC car . Defending the "hooning title" he won in 2010, Block spent the entire weekend sideways or in circles on Goodwood’s hillclimb and rally stages. This video was then released so we could all partake in the mad skills Block illustrated.

The Gymkhana Three Fiesta is powered by a boosted 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers an impressive 850 HP (de-tuned to a total of 650 HP in the name of tractability) and 660 pound-feet of torque. With this amount of power under the hood, the Fiesta will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 2 seconds, providing the very reason why Block felt it necessary to have at it during the festival. Enjoy!



6 comments:

I agree that the newer version of the vehicle has an awesome speed performance and high technology features. Its performance of the car is quite similar to the high-end car brand. Hell, its too fast in terms of 0-60 mph.

I admit that Ken Block is a great race car driver. Now wonder why he got his own show. And just like any guys, I can truly feel on how he adores women( just notice on his show)! The performance of his Ford Fiesta is really remarkable. 

I admit he is really a good driver, and the car is also impressive. A good combination for a winning buddy. He is really into practice that is why he is really awesome when he handles the car on the road.

Ken Block is a really a great driver. I absolutely like the way he drove the car. The car is so fast with the speed of 850HP. This event will now become more famous and a lot of people will surely wait for the next festival.

As usual, the car have an impressive speed performance. And as expected, Ken Block have honed the car into an amazing power. The figure performance of the car is quite unbelievable.

Hell! The speed performance of the car is quite impressive! It seems that Ken Block have honed the car into a high speed performing vehicle. The car is quite speedy in 0-60 mph. And I think with its 600+ torque I bet it’s just enough to run like a rocket speed.

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