As promised, renowned hoonigan Ken Block has delivered his much anticipated Gymkhana 5 video, which sees him and his faithful Fiesta tear up the streets of San Francisco in a plethora of smoke and tyre treads. In his words, San Francisco is the "ultimate urban playground", and from watching the 9 minute video, which was filmed over 4 days, in absolute awe, it's hard to disagree.
All the hallmarks we've come to expect are firmly in place: preposterous powerslides around tight turns? Check. Smoke-filled slow-mo shots? Check. Daring doughnuts around moving vehicles? Oh yes, now with trams not to be outdone. Of course, this being San Francisco there had to be a few obligatory hill jumps thrown in for good measure, too.
It's certainly a more back-to-basics effort, with more sideways action and less gorillas compared to Gymkhana 4, which was criticised for being too 'Hollywood.' Steve McQueen himself would surely be proud.
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