Drones Chasing Drifting Fords Show Us Why The Future Sucks

Drifting

Next time call Ken Block.

Ken Block’s Gymkhana series is arguably one of the better ways to spend your time on the Internet, but as fun as it is to lay tires to waste, drone racing is the way of the future. Ford wants to prove that it’s ahead of the curve on that, not by building drones, but by replacing Ken Block with drone race champions Luke Bannister and Brett Collins. The two kids take their high-speed flying robots racing through a Ford-laden obstacle course, taking tight turns and missing line-locked Mustangs by inches.

As exciting as this looks, we can’t wait until Block comes back from break to run a drifting rampage through another city.

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