Ken Block, YouTube sensation of four-wheel insanity, dropped a video earlier today with a hellish creation right out of the depths of every boy’s automotive wet dream. Take a badass 2014 Ford Raptor, remove the wheels and add some tank-like treads. What sort of monstrosity do you cook up?
What’s the best part of a P1 at Spa video? Is it the 10 or so McLaren P1s, the ultra high-tech hypercars that command a cool $1.15 million each? Nah. Is it the daunting, undulating monster of a road course in Belgium called Spa Francorchamps? Nope. Is it that none of these ham-fisted rich dudes wrecked their P1s through Eau Rouge? Pretty much.
So there I was, all sensitive and dealing with my stunted man emotions, when the Revvolution death star fired off an assignment about a stunt man. It is a review of an Adrian “Wildman” Cenni video, and was dubbed the “Worst Stunt Driver Ever” by my overlords. C’mon, man, I’ve done things with an International Scout, some ice and a toboggan (and beer) that rank at the top (bottom?) of any “Worst” stunt driving list. Unfortunately, I can’t prove it, as the video camera hadn’t been invented yet.
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This new video from Ford Racing and Roush Yates Engines shows that there is more to building NASCAR engines than just cramming something between the fake fenders of something that sorta, but not really, resembles a Toyota Camry.