A festival of speed and burning rubber.
Ken Block is known for his tire-shredding antics and all-wheel drive gymnastics in an array of vehicles. His big, bad beast is the Hoonicorn, an all-wheel drive 1965 Ford Mustang notchback packed with a 410-cu.in. V-8 with 875 horsepower and 710 lb-ft. of torque, built by Block, Hoonigan and RTR at ASD Motorsports in Charlotte, NC, and it ran across the pond at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this year.
The car itself is an amazing restomod with the Roush Yates V-8, six-speed gearbox with hydraulic handbrake; and custom suspension, body, and more. New fifteen52 three-piece R40 wheels measuring 10.5 x 18 with custom compound 295/30 R18 Pirelli Trofeo R tires create even more smoke than your standard set of shoes because racecar.
Ken Block and his Hoonicorn managed to spin some tires on more than one occasion for the fans at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, showing off some raw American power. If the course was a bit wider, Block might’ve been a bit more aggressive, however the grass and proximity to the fans make things a bit more difficult.
Source: Goodwood Road and Racing