Land Rover is back with another video for your viewing enjoyment, and this time, it’s all about speed. While the climb up to Heaven’s Gate was heart-stopping, the new stunt is meant to get it racing again.

Le Mans-winning driver Ho-Pin Tung is present yet again, but he has now swapped out the Range Rover Sport PHEV for a Range Rover Sport SVR. With a 5.0 litre supercharged V8, the Chinese national will have 575 PS and 700 Nm of torque at his disposal as he takes on dangerous Tongtian Highway, otherwise known as the Tianmen Road.

With 99 turns scattered across 11.3 km of the uphill course, it certainly won’t be an easy drive, more so because Tung will be racing against the clock. The goal? To beat the time set by Fabio Barone in a Ferrari 458 Italia back in 2016 – 10 minutes 31 seconds.

A big SUV taking on a focused sports car sounds like a one-sided affair, but Tung somehow managed to set an unofficial time of 9 minutes 51 seconds with an average speed of 68.8 km/h. It may sound slow, but keep in mind there are 99 turns for Tung to deal with, and a mistake could have him hurtling towards an early demise.

“I am used to the high speeds of racing but these 99 turns were something unique. Maintaining concentration was the biggest challenge as the road twists and turns constantly, with huge drop-offs to the side,” said Tung. After witnessing this feat, would you pick a Range Rover Sport SVR over an Italian sports car?

GALLERY: 2018 Range Rover Sport SVR