In this project Block drifts with Ford Fiesta RS WRC, with which competed in the World Championship, but with appropriate modifications. Instead of the standard for WRC 1.6-liter turbo engine, the car already uses a 2-liter power plant with double 600 hp and monstrous 900 Nm of torque at 1250 kg.
The car carries the name HFHV (from Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle), but fortunately it has no relation to the means of propulsion and the demand for “green” image. The name indicates the rapid transformation of the Fiesta RS WRC between different disciplines and ability to compete in them at the highest level.
With some changes, the car passes in three modes -- for gymkhana, rallycross and classic races. They affect the engine settings, gear ratios in the gearbox, variation between 34 and 45 mm restrictor on the turbo, weight, suspension, brakes and cooling system that is mounted on the front or the back.
“The car is beautiful. It is a modern representative of Group B -- the perfect car for rallycross and Gymkhana all packed in one,” said Block.
At the end of the clip is played out a playful sign that “Fiesta RS WRC” is completely legal for use on the streets. Whether the racer of “Monster” has not chosen an urbanized area with mixed flooring for his new hooligan performances?