PIKES PEAK, FEATURING THE HOONICORN
KENT BLOCK NEW CLIMBKHANA SERIES
In Kent Block's most recant Gymkhana video, He attackes the legendary mountain, Pikes Peak with his 1,400-horsepower twin-turbo methanol fueled 1965 Ford Mustang.
Gymkhana + hill climb = CLIMBKHANA
Pikes Peak hill climb first started in 1916; it is known as the "Race to the Clouds" cause of its high altitude of 14,115ft (4,300 m), the track is 12.42 miles (19.99 km) over 156 turns, on grades averaging 7.2
As Kent Block snakes his way to the summit, he shows that his in full control of his, 1,400-horsepower twin-turbo methanol fuelled, Hoonicorn RTR V2.
With no room for error and sheer drops offs, people wonder why Pikes Peak is such challenging track. A split second of lapsed concentration is all it takes to throw you off the track, plummeting down the sided of the 14,115ft giant.
This track definitely isn't for the faint hearted.