Pike’s Peak is famous for its scenery, long stretch of twisting roads and treacherous nature. Many have lost their lives while sprinting up the hill climb, including Carl Sorensen, a motorcyclist that passed away on June 25, 2015 at the age of 39.
To face the hill climb head-on, madman Ken Block took his 1,400 horsepower through the Pikes Peak hill climb. This insane drift car is actually called the 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR V2. Yes, this monster is the one-and-only Hoonicorn. What makes this 1,400 hp Mustang even cooler? It’s all-wheel drive.
Check out the glorious run in the video below. No music. No commentary. Just engine.
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