By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Professional Rally Car driver Ken Block has introduced his new ride. The car will be known as Hoonipigasus.
Block — who is a part of the Hoonigan Racing Division — will be attacking Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with this ride. He will be attacking the Pikes Peak mountain in Colorado on June 26th.
“This is the hill climb beast that I’ll be racing at this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb,” Block said in a Facebook post. “It’s a Porsche 911 SVSR, built by BBi Autosport in partnership with Mobil 1, and it’s a one-of-a-kind, mid-engine, twin turbo, 1400hp, AWD, 1000kg, weapon. This meth-fueled monster is intended to be the world’s ultimate Porsche race car build with the sole purpose of trying to win the top class in the 100th running of the legendary PPIHC race. We’re also teamed up with former pro snowboarder, musician, and internationally acclaimed street artist Trouble (Trevor) Andrew, aka Gucci Ghost to launch this incredible new livery on this build.
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“This livery, color, and name pay homage to the infamous 1971 Porsche 917/20 ‘Pink Pig.’ Lots of work and planning went into this, and this project is just incredible.”
The event will begin at 7:30 am local time on June 26th. The start of the 100th running will begin with a green flag.
The ending will be at 5 pm local time.
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Block is competing in the Pikes Peak Open class.
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