The British understand order and precision; they don’t necessarily understand spinning donuts or throwing a car sideways in a cloud of tire smoke. That said, Lord March again invited Ken Block back to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, in order to defend last year’s well deserved hooning crown. It wasn’t all fun and games, since Block had to drive Lord March’s son Charlie up the hill in his Gymkhana 3 Fiesta, and I imagine that Block dialed back just a few notches with Charlie March in the car. Enjoy the video below.
Ken, if you read this, congratulations on taking the hooning crown for the second year in a row. We’re glad that Lord March is so understanding about his grass, but here’s a heads up: plowing the infield like that at Barber Motorsports Park will cost you $1,800. Don’t ask us how we know this.