See: Rob Dahm’s Four-Rotor RX-7 take on Ken Block’s Hoonicorn in a drag race

Ken Block has been racing his indecently quick 1400-drive “Hoonicorn” Mustang against a ton of vehicles as of late. It’s gone head to head against a wide range of wacky creations, everything from a fresh out of the box new McLaren Senna to a 950-horsepower trophy truck.

He’s figured out how to vanquish each and every one of his adversaries up until this point. In any case, if any vehicle can best the Hoonicorn, it’s YouTuber Rob Dahm’s similarly crazy four-rotor, all-wheel-drive Mazda RX-7.

Dahm has spent the better piece of the most recent five years amassing this RX-7 for his YouTube channel. Incidentally he figured out how to get it race-commendable as expected for a runway race against Block.

The vehicles both send well more than 1000 pull to each of the four wheels, and utilize successive transmissions. These vehicles were bound to go face off.

In the main race, Block took a simple triumph after Dahm’s hood flew up, broke down the middle, and by one way or another broke his back windscreen. Race two is somewhat nearer, with Block taking another success by a couple of vehicle lengths (that race, Dahm’s correct bumper started to isolate from the vehicle). For the third race, the RX-7 was given a head start, which was sufficient to squeeze out a success.

Long periods of thrashing and improvement worked in the Hoonicorn’s kindness this time around, however we wager with a touch of tuning and practice, Dahm’s RX-7 is fit for a genuine triumph later on. All we’re left pondering is, the point at which’s the rematch?

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