DiRT 3 pits Foust and Block in a Gymkhana showdown – Click above to watch video after the jump

The launch of DiRT 3 is nearly here. You can pick up a copy of the Gymkhana-friendly game on May 24th, but since we're not quite there yet, Codemasters is more than happy to show off this new video, tantalizing us until the day we can finally plunk down cash for our very own copy.

Like we've seen in the past, this latest clip features a virtual Ken Block sliding his perfectly pixelated Ford Fiesta through a make-shift course. This time around, however, Block is joined by Tanner Foust and his equally impressive Rallycross-ready Fiesta.

The last time these two met in real life, Foust wound up beating Block at his own game. Now he's in Block's game, and we can't wait to take each car out for a few (thousand) laps of virtual tire destruction. Click past the jump to watch the clip.


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      Mechanikong Racing
      • 3 Years Ago
      I'm so sick of promotional videos. I could be watching a cartoon of Gymkhana and it have just as much relevance to the actual gameplay as this video. All I think about when I see a gaming promo video with no gameplay is how bad this game is going to suck.
        HaterSlayer
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Mechanikong Racing
        The game is probably going to be awesome, but I have a feeling this mode wont be. The prior 2 Dirt games were fantastic.
        Phontsolo
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Mechanikong Racing
        These Codemaster games actually never suck as you say. Look at the scores.
      Evan
      • 3 Years Ago
      When they can drive as well as an F1 ace, call me. Until then, this is just stupid.
      matt
      • 3 Years Ago
      Probably should mention that it's not actually Ken Block and Tanner playing the game against each other, but rather their in-game avatars/cars going head to head in a computer controlled match.
      EyEwearGlasSeS
      • 3 Years Ago
      Foust > Block
      TBN27
      • 3 Years Ago
      this law is hard to abide by depending on the road conitions. it os hard to do it in NYC because people often drive fast often out of the passing lane and there fore make the left lane jisy another lane.
        Eddie
        • 3 Years Ago
        @TBN27
        Fairly certain you meant to post this in the "WA cites left-lane drivers" article...
      Oliver
      • 3 Years Ago
      why call it "Gymkhana", I hate that because this is just drifting but on a designed obstacle course instead of a plain old track . just call it drifting
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