The Goodwood Festival of Speed started out as a relatively quiet event celebrating some of motorsport’s greatest moments, racers and cars, but it’s slowly evolved into a moving showcase of anything and everything automotive. That attracts some zany automobiles to Lord March’s sleepy West Sussex estate each year, like Ken Block’s NASCAR V8-powered Ford Mustang ‘Hoonicorn’, for example.
Block’s Hoonicorn put on arguably the best show of all cars at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, performing smoky donuts and huge sideways drifts all weekend. That might be why Goodwood estate heir Lord March decided to hop in it for a ride before the festival came to a close, or maybe Block had to talk him into getting into his insane 850 horsepower Gymkhana machine.
No matter March’s reasoning for joining Block in the Hoonicorn, it looks as though he had enough fun to last a lifetime in it. The American rally driver tried to get the Mustang as sideways as he could through the corners for March and even performed a huge donut for the crowd after spinning out.
Check out Block and Lord March’s wild ride in the video below.