Ken Block on BBC’s Top Gear

I am by no stretch of the imagination an expert on or a great driver of cars. I can do what I need to do to survive, mostly. But, I, like many others, love the BBC’s Top Gear with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. They have found the formula for creating television around cars in a way that is damn near impossible to duplicate and has built a following world-wide. This morning, I caught part of an episode of Top Gear where James May (Captain Slow) was taken on an ‘airfield rallying’ experience with Ken Block, rallying and stunt-driving genius. From the driving to the way it is shot and edited simply blew me away. I just had to share:

Watching this made me feel like I was 10 years all over again. Very cool.

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