To celebrate, pro driver and Gymkhana star Ken Block has taken to the world-famous Goodwood in his absolutely bonkers 1,400 bhp 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn V2 (available in-game) to tear stuff up.
To hammer home the British theme (in keeping with Forza Horizon 4’s version of Great Britain), Block can be seen drifting effortlessly around a classic Mini, donutting around a WWII Spitfire, and there’s even a brief appearance of a British bulldog bobblehead for good measure.
You can view the madness for yourself below.
The forth Horizon title is set in a fictionalised version of Great Britain and features all four seasons (which change on a weekly basis) with each bringing a host of different weather conditions and challenges.
Players can buy various properties across the map, and see other players live thanks to the shared online world feature. The open-world racer contains over 450 cars from over 100 different manufacturers at launch, headlined by the McLaren Senna cover car which makes its racing game debut.