Ken Block has celebrated the launch of 'Forza Horizon 4' by taking on the Goodwood Estate.
The Hoonigan Racing Division star - known for the Gymkhana video series - unleashed his 1,400 BHP 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn V2 round the grounds, and he even tried to take 'Game of Thrones' actor and Word's Strongest Man Hafþór Björnsson for a spin.
He said: "It's not every day I get to doughnut my Hoonicorn around a Spitfire fighter plane or tear up the sacred ground of the Goodwood Estate, but for the launch of 'Forza Horizon 4' I got to do just that. I'm just sorry Hafþór couldn't squeeze in for a ride!"
Ken's signature vehicle is one of more than 450 cars included in the highly anticipated title, which players can collect, customise and drive.
The stunt was one part of a two day launch festival at the estate featuring a number of special experiences by the game, which is now available with Xbox Game Pass, and globally on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
These included Country Lane Driving through the Goodwood Estate, and a Four Seasons Rally through bespoke tracks themed after the racing title.
It's said the game is "a culmination of everything the team at Playground has learned over the past six years".
Thanks to the Shared World, the title promises "new dynamic seasons" which add new themed content, gameplay, challenges and rewards to all players across the world.
'Forza Horizon 4' is out now on Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.