Nothing hits the spots and riles the nerves more than an epic stunt video.

With Mr. Block scraping the bottom of the barrel of to keep things fresh – resorting to hill climbs and swapping multiple cars in one video, the world awaits for the next best thing in automotive video production and this short film could just be it.

It’s titled “Flankers in the City” and could not have had a better start, with one of the cast saying “V8 sucks!” and proceeds to laud the merits of Japanese engines being reliable.

Taking some resemblance from the Zenvo TSR-S, the two drift cars piloted by the Evil Empire drift team, is actually based on the Chevrolet Corvette.

With Ken Block’s videos taking a repetitive turn, this one’s definitely a refreshing change of pace.

It’s 7pm and if you’re wasting the last few minutes in the office pretending to work, this one will help kill another five minutes. You’ll most likely find it more amusing than watching your friend’s Instagram story also!


Previous articleMore preferred BMW M cars over Mercedes-AMGs last year
Next articleProton is bullish about 2020, sets sales target of 132,000 units!
Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.