IGN UK writes: "The American flats, and a rally-spec Subaru Impreza is cutting an impressive arc through the clear blue skies. After 171 feet spent peddling thin air, it lands with a dense crunch that's soon drowned by a chorus of woots and hollers – a couple of feet either way and the impact could have quaked the driver's spine, but this has been timed to perfection; the only damage being one shattered windscreen and a wing mirror lost in the flight. Ken Block, co-founder of DC Shoes, skateboarder, snowboarder and now rally driver, is the man behind this stunt. 'I don't get nervous, because if I get too nervous it would suck,' he drawls afterwards. Besides, this little feat is nothing compared to the more serious business of threading a car through tree-lined roads at 90 mph."