No more Ford…for now
If, like us, you spend far too much time on the Internet, then you'll be well aware that Ken Block recently parted ways with Ford after an 11-year exclusive partnership. He even sold off three of his most famous very-
Some of the most famous rides on YouTube
No Ken Block, no Ford? We think it's safe to say the last Gymkhana video, featuring Travis Pastrana burning rubber behind the wheel of a an 862hp Subaru WRX STI, marked the end of an era. That said, if you're
Raid the piggy bank
Since parting ways with Ford earlier this year, Ken Block has been freed from the contractual shackles of the Blue Oval. This is good news, as it means his non-Ford cars that have been locked away for years are starting to
The rally driver and Ford are parting ways after 11 years
After 11 years of Gymkhanas, countless drifts, burnt tires, and several race wins and podium finishes, Ken Block and Ford are parting ways. Kind of.End of an era? Not really, because Block isn't retiring. His exclusive partnership with Ford Motor
Anyone here ever had to deal with the stuff?
Mold is one thing you definitely don't want inside your vehicle. Even just a bit of the stuff growing underneath the seats or spreading around unnoticed on your headliner can give your lungs a run for their money. Having to deal
Yes...at a cost
Ken Block has found a pretty neat way to keep busy since turning over Gymkhana duties to fellow tire shredder Travis Pastrana: Taking on anything and everything behind the wheel of the legendary Hoonicorn V2.Since Hoonigan started its Hoonicorn vs. the
In his hometown, and behind the wheel of the car that started it all
The pressure for Travis Pastrana must have been huge. Imagine picking up the baton from Ken Block to go and produce the 11th installment of the now iconic, Internet-melting Gymkhana series. Not only has he got a bazillion views to go
The Hoonicorn isn’t just proficient in going sideways...
Remember Ken Block's outrageous Hoonicorn V2? Y'know, the 789hp twin-turbo V8 version of the four-wheel-drive 1965 Hoonicorn Ford Mustang RTR? Of course you do. Given it's spent half of its life at 45 degrees (or more)
Nothing unusual here
No insane jumps, no cliffside drifts, no heart-pounding drone footage-we still think we may have stumbled upon the craziest car stunt of 2020 here. Ken Block better watch out.A bunch of dudes recently took a massive eight-wheel pickup
It’s a monster
In case you missed it, Ken Block won't be behind the wheel in the next Gymkhana video, and it won't feature a Ford. Instead, driving duties will fall upon drifting ace Travis Pastrana who'll be burning rubber in a
“Is there such a thing as too much light?”
Here's a question the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has tried to answer at the expense of off-road enthusiasts: How much light on a car is too much light? Ken Block's answer? Well, let's just say we hope he
Seven electric motors plus gymkhana master equals much hooning
The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 is a car, sure. It's got everything you'd expect to find, like seven electric motors, a high-performance battery, a hydraulic handbrake, 1,000kg of downforce at 160mph and a nice, clean, 1,400hp.
What will he drift next?
In case you missed it, Ken Block will not be behind the wheel in the next Gymkhana outing. Block's friend and rival, Travis Pastrana, will be taking the taking the reins and will be shredding tires in a Subaru instead of
Oh yeah!
Last week, we showed you the 'Hoonifox,' Ken Block's latest mad Mustang and the car set to be the lead star in his next high-budget, YouTube-melting spectacle, Gymkhana 11.If you missed the news, Block and his tire-hating
The third-generation model, to be exact
Is there an end to the creative lunacy of Ken Block? Simple answer: No. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, his brain is salivating at the thought of what he can build next to send tires screaming into smoke. And
Watching this will surely wake you up in the morning
A man has driven up a really long, high and winding road in China using a pickup truck. Ordinarily, this is an experience already laced with danger and jeopardy.This is no ordinary. Replace all the component parts of that first sentence
Plus electric motors
If Lego's own Ford Mustang kit looks a bit...plain, why not have a crack at this one? Yep, it's a pretty faithful recreation of Ken Block's 'Hoonicorn' Mustang-star of Gymkhanas Seven and Ten, plus Top Gear TV-
A Honda pickup channeling its inner Ken Block
We're told that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so Ken Block should be mighty flattered at the car above. It's the work of a bloke called Alex Saint, who has taken a look at Kenny B's 900hp
A glowing addition to his growing garage
If you haven't noticed by now, Internet drift sensation and YouTube media star Ken Block has a thing for over-the-top liveries. We've seen it on his 1977 F-150 'Hoonitruck,' his World Rally Championship Fiesta, his Escort, and,
More than a decade’s worth of hooning and tire-shredding
It was way back in 2008 that the Internet first got wind of a driver named Ken Block and his rather natty skills at being an absolute and utter motoring hooligan. Give this man an airfield and he'll leave you with
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