WRC » Gymkhana 5: Ultimate Urban Playground


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TheTruth - Unregistered

July 10, 2012 11:46 PM

@HRF

"Shame hes not that good in the WRC"

Well thats the difference between a stuntman and a top level professional rally driver, he's got geat car control and marketing appeal though.

CaL12 - Unregistered

July 11, 2012 9:02 AM

Good vid and a good driver. Would like to know if this was one fluid continuous "take" though, or whether it was edited together from several attempts. Some of the overheads with him doing figure 8's show more burnt rubber than he's laid down.
I guess that's the thing with the WRC. Just get the one shot. If he wants to impress, that's were he needs to do it. That sort of control over 3 days on all terrain with all comers.
Good vid though.

cas - Unregistered

July 11, 2012 4:18 PM

I like Ken Block I really do but people shouldn't confuse his Gymkhana videos with actual rallying ability, lots of the shots in the gymkhana video have been done a few times -you can see from the marks on the floor and the lack of cameras during slides, rolling burnouts etc that would need to be there to get the shot you just cut away from.

these videos are a stunt driver doing what he loves not a top level wrc driver pushing for a win.

oh and as much fun as this was I still prefer Steve McQueen in a '68 Mustang Fastback

stefanvv

July 11, 2012 8:07 PM

He is very good in what he does best, Loeb is great in what he does best.

I agree though with "I still prefer Steve McQueen in a '68 Mustang Fastback":) 650hp Fiesta is really good looking and powerful car, but the Mustang is just Classics!

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