Take a look at the behind the scenes of Ken Block's Climbkhana Two.
The second edition to the Climbkhana files takes us to Tianmen Mountain in China, where we go behind the scenes with Ken Block and the Hoonigan team as they film one of the most dangerous hill climbs. It features Ken Block and the Gymkhana TEN Ford F-150 pickup truck, more commonly known as the Hoonitruck.
The most incredible thing about this nail-biting hill climb event was just how dangerous it was, there was no room for any error whatsoever. If Ken Block made just a single mistake he would of hit the barrier of the incredibly narrow mountain road, and its a free-fall drop to death after that. The crew took part in an Asian prayer, called a "Big Luck" ceremony that involves burning incense and offering fruits, which is an Asian tradition for good fortune during a film shoot.
Take a look at the adrenalin-pumping behind the scenes shoot of Ken Block's Climbkhana Two, featuring the Hoonitruck F-150 and the mighty Tianmen Mountain in China down below on Ken Block's YouTube channel.
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