Drag racing: Ford Mustang “Hoonicorn” at 1,400 horsepower versus 1,240 horsepower Mazda RX-7

VIDEO: Ken Block Vs Rob Dahm!? 1,240hp 4 Rotor AWD RX-7 is our Wildest Battle Yet // Hoonicorn Vs the World by Hoonigan. The 1,240-hp Mazda RX-7 of Rob Dahm is probably the annoying opponent that Ken Block and the Mustang “Hoonicorn” have ever encountered.

Ken Block is a famous adventure racer with the Gymkhana video series. However, he left Gymkhana to seek new experiences and hope to bring other interesting content to his audience.

Recently, Ken Block has used the Ford Mustang “Hoonicorn” with its 1,400 horsepower, extremely fast speed to race drag with other high-performance cars. Hoonicorn has faced everything from a new McLaren Senna to a 950 horsepower pickup truck. Until now, he has beaten every opponent. But if there is a car that has the potential to beat Hoonicorn, then it’s the 1,240-hp, YouTuber’s equally insane AWD-powered Mazda RX-7 named Rob Dahm.

Dahm took 5 years to assemble this RX-7 for her YouTube channel. Now, he has the chance to bring the drag race car with Ken Block in the Hoonicorn. Both cars transmit more than 1,000 horsepower to all four sold, and use a sequential manual transmission. They really do carry the fate of “not in the world”.

On the first race, Block won with ease after the RX-7’s hood parted, broke in half, and even broke the rear windshield. The second race had a closer result, with Block once again winning. But on the third race, the RX-7 kicked off a bit ahead, and that was enough for it to take a win.

Years of development and practical testing have helped the Hoonicorn win one more time over a formidable opponent. But if Rob Dahm’s Mazda RX-7 is tweaked and trained for a while, it’s very likely to win in the near future. Therefore, this makes many people wonder the question “When will the rematch?”

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