This Fantastic Film Inspired Ken Block 1400hp Mustang Climbkhana Climb

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Ok, Ken Block did make awesome videos with the ...

Ok, Ken Block did make awesome videos with the latest Climbkhana being definitely one of the most thrilling ever. However, we have a chance to see the outrageous 1990s film which most certainly inspired the Ken Block filming team to shoot a similar stunt on the Pikes Peak with his extreme Mustang. This film shows a Finnish driver Ari Vatanen taking on the Pikes Peak back in 1988 with one of the most stunning pieces of machinery ever – the Peugeot 405 T16. The film he made is titled the Climb Dance. Released in 1990, the film showcases awesome 1988 Pikes Peak hill climb when Vatanen made a new course record.

French director Jean Louis Mourney captured it all on film in order to make a proper enthusiast film. You will like it.

Of course, the short film is still a masterpiece and you can see it here in all its glory. Peugeot even remastered it making an HD version of it.

“Climb Dance is a famous cinéma vérité short film, featuring Finnish rally driver Ari Vatanen setting a record time in a highly modified four-wheel drive, all-wheel steering Peugeot 405 Turbo 16 GR at the 1988 Pikes Peak International Hillclimb in Colorado, USA. The film was produced by Peugeot and directed by Jean Louis Mourey. The record time set was 10:47.77.

In 2013 Peugeot commissioned remastered HD version of the film in celebration of their contest in Pikes Peak International Hill Climb 2013 edition with rally ace Sébastien Loeb. This version featured updated opening and closing music tracks.”

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