Ford Racing Cars List
The Focus RS build is a global collaboration between Ford Performance, Block’s Hoonigan Racing Division and U.K.-based M-Sport. Featuring all-wheel drive, a new EcoBoost® engine producing 600 horsepower, and a 0-60-mph launch time of less than two seconds, Ford Focus RS Rallycross cars are optimized for competition.
- Power: 600 hp / Torque: 650 NM ft·lb. Capable of 0-60 mph/under 2 seconds.
- Body: 2016 Ford Focus RS, seam welded and reinforced. M-Sport designed, homologated FIA-spec roll cage. Custom body design by Ford Performance and M-Sport, UK. Bespoke underbody protection.
- Engine: M-Sport / Ford Performance designed 2000cc 4 cylinder, Garrett Turbo charged.
- Transmission: Sadev 6-Speed Sequential along with Sadev rear diff and centre diff release unit.
- Suspension: Reiger.
- Brakes: Brembo.
- Interior: Recaro seats, Cosworth, engine management and data logging, M-Sport multi function bespoke steering wheel.
- Wheels: OZ 8"x17".
- Tires: FIA homologated; rallycross.
The RX43 (rallycross #43) was initially developed by M-Sport as Ken Block’s rallycross car for the 2013 Global Rallycross Championship and X Games rallycross events. It was also Block’s Gymkhana SIX and Gymkhana EIGHT picture car. RX43 is optimized for massive torque, off-the-line launching ability and is highly competitive in rallycross competitions. For FIA World Rallycross in 2014, and because RX43 was tied up with national events, M-Sport assembled an identical car that was called RX43B. Setup (suspension, differentials, engine maps, etc) is tuned to each individual event.
- Body: 2015 Ford Fiesta ST RX43, seam welded and reinforced. M-Sport designed, homologated FIA-spec roll cage. Custom body design by M-Sport, UK. Bespoke underbody protection.
- Engine: Pipo designed 2000cc 4 cylinder, Garrett Turbocharged.
- Interior: Recaro seats, Cosworth, engine management and data logging.
- Wheels: fifteen52 18x8 Turbomacs.
- Tires: Toyo Proxes R1R.
The HFHV (Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle) is based upon the Ford Fiesta WRC rally car built by M-Sport, but was further developed by Monster World Rally Team (HRD’s previous moniker) to posses the unique ability and flexibility to be transformable and highly competitive at three disciplines of racing including stage-rally, rallycross and Gymkhana. Setup (suspension, differentials, engine maps, etc) is tuned to each individual rally event.
- Power: Power: 350 hp / Torque: 515+ ft·lb. Capable of 0-60 mph/2.3 secs.
- Body: 2014 Ford Fiesta, seam welded and reinforced. M-Sport designed, homologated FIA-spec roll cage. Custom body design by M-Sport. Bespoke underbody protection.
- Engine: Pipo Moteurs developed Ford Ecoboost 2L engine. Garrett Turbocharger with 33mm restrictor. Cosworth Electronics engine management. Bespoke M-Sport intercooler.
- Transmission: Sadev 6-Speed sequential gearbox with adjustable, mechanical front and rear differentials. Twin-plate AP carbon clutch.
- Suspension: MacPherson-type suspension, with 3-way adjustable Reiger dampers.
- Brakes: Brembo 4-pot calipers with 300mm rotors. Sadev Hydraulic handbrake system.
- Interior: Recaro Pro-Racer Ultima, FIA-8862 spec race seats. Driver/Co-driver intercom. Integrated co-driver display unit, feat. Tripmeter. 2 spare wheels. Toolkit for emergency repairs.
- Wheels: 7” x 15” wheels
- Tires: Pirelli K-series gravel rally tire
Originally developed by OMSE for its debut in Ken Block’s Gymkhana THREE video, “GYM3” is best recognized in its black and white, drip-themed livery design. It has been wrapped in two additional versions of Ken Block’s annual livery designs, however, in 2015, prior to going on tour with Monster Energy’s Dub Tour, it was returned to its original, iconic, livery design.
- Power: 600 hp / Torque: 660 ft·lb at 4000 rpm. Capable of 0-60 mph/2 secs.
- Body: 2011 Ford Fiesta ST seam welded and reinforced. OlsbergsMSE roll cage. Custom body design and underbody protection.
- Engine: Olsbergs 2000cc Duratec
- Transmission: MakTrak 6 speed sequential gearbox with electronic shift.
- Suspension: Ohlins shock absorbers
- Brakes: AP Racing 4 - Pot calipers front and rear, 340mm front discs and 323mm rear discs.
- Interior: Recaro race seats
- Wheels: 9.5" x 18" cast rims
Ken Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR V2 builds upon where the original Hoonicorn left off. Taking that car that starred in Gymkhana SEVEN, Block and his team have modified the 410 cubic inch Roush Yates Ford V8 heart of the Hoonicorn to now feature a custom twin turbo setup from Garrett that feeds the boost through a custom Switzer Dynamics intake manifold. The end result? 1, 400 horsepower that's fed through the Sadev all wheel-drive system. Designed from the start to take a car that was already crazy and make it absolutely insane, Block has done so. Now the Hoonicorn V2 gets ready for its next video project.
Version 2 (spec change for Climbkhana: Pikes Peak)
- Power: 1400 hp / Torque: 1250 ft·lb
- Engine: Roush Yates 410 cubic inch Ford V8 engine, Garrett Twin Turbos, Switzer Dynamics Intake Manifold, Motec M150 ECU