Precision driving at its finest

  interzone55 10 Jul 12

Ken Block tearing up San Francisco, Basically a 10 minute advert for Monster energy drink, so quite interesting that one guy has a Red Bull helmet on...

You Tube link (watch in HD if your link can cope)

  Aitchbee 10 Jul 12

That was smashing...Ken might have to adjust his handbrake after that!

  ams4127 10 Jul 12

I'm glad I'm not paying for his tyres!

Very, very skillful.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10 Jul 12

and buy some new tyres :0)

  daz60 10 Jul 12

Superb driving and massive kudos to San Francisco for allowing this,think maybe Steve Mcqueen would be jealous.

  rdave13 10 Jul 12

I'm glad I wasn't a passenger. Skilful driving at its best.

  Aitchbee 10 Jul 12

The slick camera angle variations and all great sounds of gear changes and burning rubber reminded me of my favourite X-box simulation racing game...Project Gotham City.

  interzone55 10 Jul 12

I think the tyre bill would be adequately covered by the advertising income.

He was on Top Gear once and drove round with Captain Slow in the passenger seat

  Brumas 10 Jul 12

By Heck and you wouldn't believe that his day job is that of an hearse driver ;o}

  woodchip 10 Jul 12

Sliding it sideways, What's up don't he have no brakes. also lost time sliding it

  Quickbeam 11 Jul 12

It seems strange that not a single person is in shot in any of the many miles of urban street scenes for there to be no CGI trickery in use.


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