Ken Block on a cliff edge in Mustang

Ken Block in Climbkhana

KEN BLOCK has produced more Hoonigans than an England away match.

And now he’s struck again.

The American Monster Energy legend has been at it with all the donuts, drifts, handbrake turns.

This time in a 1,400bhp Hoonicorn V2 leaving rubber burns on the edges of cliff faces.

The 12.46 mile, 156-turn course is practically America’s Nürburgring, only more terrifying and bigger risks. Once wrong move and it’s ringing round for pall bearers.

Not only that but it’s the abuse of a Mustang that would even get the RSPCA chomping at the bit.

Block has named this one Climbkhana.

We think the next one will be called Chaka.

Phil Lanning

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