Videogamer: "Have a gander at this. It's the equivalent of watching Matt Hoffman tear up the streets on a BMX, or Rodney Mullen insulting the laws of physics on a skateboard. The only difference is a 2.65 litre race engine and 590 pound-foot of torque. This new sub-culture of rally driving is known as Gymkhana, and turns urban environments into driving playgrounds - a skate park for rally cars, if you will. WRC driver Ken Block is the main driving force behind the movement, racking up millions of hits in his adrenaline-soaked videos. It's all about drifts, slides and jumps; cones, barrels and ramps. It's about pushing a rally car to its very limit."