Ken Block Gives Away One Of His Cars: New Driver Breaks It In Appropriately

Gymkhana

The results speak for themselves.

Recently we brought you footage of Ken Block’s newest Hoonagin toy, a 1978 Ford Escort MK2 RS, smoking its set of rear tires. Now, Block has handed the keys to his rear-wheel drive beauty to Formula Drift driver Ryan Tuerck to give the Escort its competition debut at this 2015 Monster Energy Gymkhana GRID event in the United Kingdom. The only reason Ken Block wont be driving the Escort is because he will be defending his all-wheel drive title in his famous Hoonicorn RTR Mustang.

See Ryan Tuerck get some one-on-one practice with the Escort. Try not to lust over the sound of the 2.5-liter engine spewing out 333 horsepower.

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