How to shred the streets of San Francisco


In July, rally driver Ken Block released a ten-minute video that proved he’s got a bigger pair than the rest of us.

With a shit-eating grin on his face, Block tore up San Francisco’s streets and drifted over her curves in a 650 horsepower Ford Fiesta.

The film, known as “Gymkhana Five,” accumulated 5.1 millions views in 24 hours, and was the most watched video on the Internet that week.

And finally, we get to see how it was done.

Released earlier this week, “Gymkhana Five: Making Of” documents how Block and his crew of white dudes in baseball caps made the production happen.

Filmed over a four-day period in May, the behind-the-scenes video shows how the epic stunts were planned, and features plenty of sarcastic commentary and victory poses from Block and his team.

Check it out above.

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