Ken Block’s 1,400HP Hoonicorn Takes on Rob Dahm’s 1,240HP Mazda RX-7 in Drag Racing Showdown

Ken Block’s insane Hoonicorn is an all-wheel-drive drift machine powered by a twin-turbocharged V8 generating 1,400hp based on a 1965 Ford Mustang. The beast runs on methanol fuel, which helps the engine run quite a bit cooler than petrol. Rob Dahm’s four-rotor, all-wheel-drive Mazda RX-7 is definitely no slouch either. It has a tube frame chassis, a billet four-rotor engine generating 1,240hp, mated to a sequential transmission

As you can see, Ken Block easily won the first race after Rob Dahm’s hood flew up and shattered his wind rear windscreen. The second race still had Block winning, possibly due to Dahm’s right fender beginning to separate from the car. Last, but not least, the RX-7 finally won the third race after being given a head start.

 

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