Ken Block 1,400HP Porsche SVRSR ‘Honeypigasas’ debuts for Pikes Peak 2022

A perfect Porsche recipe for the success of the Curvy Sprint Up Pikes pick.

Arguably known as one of the most experienced rally drivers in history, Ken Block demonstrates his skills behind the wheel in an array of motorsport stages around the world. Whether it’s flowing in an urban area or competing in a world-class race event for her next YouTube video, her lifestyle focuses on self-driving power and performance. Ken Block and the Hunigan Racing Division are proud to announce their next venture at 2022 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado. Produced by BBI Autosport in collaboration with Hunigan and Hunigan Racing Division, Ken Block 1,400-horsepower Porsche SVRSR is proud to present the ‘Hunipigassus’ as its new Pike Peak race car.

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The Porsche SVRSR ‘Hunipigassus’ takes on the shape of a heavily modified vintage 911 that embodies a completely new aerodynamic design that achieves maximum downforce when sprinting on a mountain. The vibrant livery was created by the famous artist Trouble Andrew aka Guccihost and The famous 1972 Porsche 917/20 pays homage to the ‘Pink Pig’, An iconic design is still being celebrated by brands, collectors and fans. Of Amazing 1,400-horsepower twin-turbocharged engine The platform uses a state-of-the-art all-wheel-drive system that allows energy to be distributed evenly for each desire for maximum traction. Adding to its advanced technical features, BBi Autosport’s engineers adapt to the classic 911 A state-of-the-art GPS height compatible suspension based on the telemetry of the previous year of course. The SVRSR ‘Honeypigasas’ builds on the same Porsche, proves to be the perfect recipe for build success, as its appearance PPO (Pike’s Peak Open) Class First-Mid-Engine, AWD, Twin-Turbo Vintage Porsche 911. Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb, also known as The Race to the Clouds, is an invitation to the top of Pike’s Peak in Colorado শুধু just an automobile mountain climb. This year’s event, scheduled for Sunday, June 26, will mark PPIHC’s 100th race, which features A 12.42-mile course with 156 turns and a gain of 4,725 feet, Rising to the finish line 14,115 feet above sea level. See all of the current Porsche 911 examples for sale in the Dupont registry by clicking the link below. Check back at the Dupont Registry for more upcoming Lifestyle releases and celebrity car news.

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