Anyone who’s even remotely an automotive enthusiast will likely be familiar with Ken Block and his popular Gymkhana viral video series. It has no doubt led to plenty of amateur street drivers doing their best Ken Block Gymkhana impressions, but apparently his popularity has spilled over to the UTV crowd as well. Check out this UTV driver doing his best Gymkhana impression.
Toyo Tires today announced a new video series where it will be teaming up with World RallyX driver Ken Block. The new video series is Climbkhana, and it features Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR V2. Apparently Block further upgraded his ‘Stang with a twin turbo, methanol power, 1,400 horsepower V8 engine, and of course the crucial upgrade of proper traction that comes in the form of Toyo Proxes R888R tires. This will be the first time the Proxes R888R is available in the U.S..
Jim Beaver’s Project Action is now live and in its fifth week. With marquee guests Ken Block, Jason Ellis, and Street League Champ Sean Malto appearing on air in the first few episodes, and the Sara Price story on tap for this week, Jim Beaver’s Project Action is already cracking the top 25 most downloaded sports podcasts on iTunes and becoming the definitive action sports podcast available online.
After we initially teased the video last week, the Hoonigan Media Machine has formally unveiled its newest video, Battle BROyale, featuring Ken Block and BJ Baldwin and a host of other “teammates” competing in a race aboard the new Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle.
Hot off the heels of its new Maverick X3 unveil (which we recently drove), Can-Am Off-Road and Hoonigan have partnered on a new video called Battle Broyale that will officially launch next week. Prior to the full video unveil, the Hoonigan and Can-Am folks have offered up a teaser of the video to whet the appetite.
Head Hoonigan in charge and Can-Am brand ambassador Ken Block recently pulled the cover off of his two new Maverick side-by-side builds. Customized with his own personal style and flair, the unique Maverick X rs 1000R Turbo and Maverick MAX X rs 1000R Turbo side-by-sides will be showcased in the coming year to highlight the performance capabilities of the vehicles.
Ken Block has taken his Hoonigan shenanigans to another level in his newest video – Gymkhana 8. This time he heads to Dubai for the eighth installment of his video franchise.
CYPRESS, CA – Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp is proud to announce a multi-year partnership with viral video superstar and rally driver, Ken Block and the Hoonigan Racing Division. Block debuts his all-new Ford Fiesta ST RX43 equipped with Toyo Proxes R1R extreme performance tires in Gymkhana EIGHT. Part of the wildly successful Gymkhana series of videos, Gymkhana EIGHT debuts on the Ford YouTube channel on February 29th.
Long Beach, CA – Head Hoonigan in Charge, Ken Block, has teamed up with artist, friend and fellow Utah resident, Jim Mangan, to create a photography book titled BLAST. The work builds upon the epic, almost otherworldly landscape photography that helped Mangan break out in the world of photography, but does so with the incorporation of both Block and his Ford Fiesta HFHV rally car.
Detroit Lakes, MN — Hoonigan Racing’s Ken Block and Alex Gelsomino built a commanding lead at the Ojibwe Forests Rally in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota on August 23-24th, and finished first overall – the first ever career Ojibwe Forests Rally victory for Block and his third straight overall win in the Rally America National Championship.
Block drove a relatively problem-free event and enjoyed being first on the road with a dust-free ahead of him. The other teams were not as lucky as hope for rain never materialized to minimize the dust. Block pushed hard to establish his lead and finished 5:33.2 over second place Subaru Rally Team USA.
Block is in the midst of a furious comeback in the Rally America National Championship points standings. The Hoonigan Racing driver fell behind Subaru Rally Team USA at the beginning of the season with multiple mechanical failures, but has since won the Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally, New England Forest Rally, and now the Ojibwe Forest Rally.