We love Ken Block’s Gymkhana series like everybody else, but we have to admit, this new video may have topped them all. Yup. All six of them. This new video, which we assume is being prepared as its own series, is called Boobkhana. The name pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?
In it, Block finds himself in Nagoya, Japan to perform a unique take of his famous Gymkhana stunts. But there is something different about this particular tire-screeching, smoke-creating run. Actually, there are two things different about it, or maybe even four depending on what you’re actually counting.
A lot of elements of Gymkhana are there, but as an added treat, Block invited a pair of, shall we say, "well-endowed" Japanese models to join him on his run. The two beautiful ladies are Rui Kiriyama and Yukie Kawamura and yes, they’re the obvious reasons why this video was coined “Boobkhana!”
The video pretty much shows you what it’s all about. Block performs his trademark stunts, spinning and screeching his Ford Fiesta through the course. But you can’t help but be a little distracted by his beautiful passengers and their "assets." Trust us when we tell you: it gets really, really distracting.
In the end, everybody got what they came for. Block stoked his adrenaline juices. Kiriyama and Kawamura were shrieking and screaming as they should. And we got what was offered to us, and then some.
There’s something to be said about a girl that can handle her business in front of a camera AND behind the wheel of a muscle car.
For starters, she’s awesome. Also, she’s awesome. And finally, she’s awesome.
This particular model - her name’s Kat - certainly adds some truth to that belief because not only does she look stunning dressed in a skimpy bikini, but she can also put the reins on a 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302.
The photo shoot was done for HighTechCorvette and with the accompanying video, we get to see how she handles a mighty American muscle car like the Boss 302. Check out the video and watch Kat tame the muscle car for a respectively 12.59 pass at 119 miles per hour on a drag strip.
Anybody that can do that to a car that’s powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine producing 444 horsepower and look great smiling for the camera beside it has our vote of approval.