Ken Block takes to the streets of Las Vegas in his insane Audi S1 Hoonitron, an 800-volt, all-wheel-drive, pure-electric beast that can shred tires with the best of them. The crazy whirring sounds its motors make as it leaves its mark all over the Vegas Strip are like someone super-sized an R/C car.
The busy Hoonigan Racing Team is revving up to debut the world’s first all-electric Gymkhana car. Built from scratch by Audi Sport in a speedy six months, the 28,000 RPM, 800-volt one-of-a-kind Hoonitron is also the first e-car for rally driver Ken Block, who’s got sticker shock from the $10-12 million price tag.
Pro rally driver Ken Block is road-testing his insane Hoonipigasus. The 1,400 hp AWD Porsche SVRSR racecar is a widebody pink monster built for the 100th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado on June 26. The brutal 12.42-mile course has 156 turns and an elevation gain of 4,725 feet, with the finish line at 14,115 feet.
Gymkhana driver Ken Block shows off another awesome vehicle – this one being an off-roader optimized for the slopes. Ken walks us around this custom Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR as he prepares to tear up Baldface on its quick-moving Apache Backcountry LT snowtracks. We can’t wait to see the action video.
Stunt and rallycross driver Ken Block tears up Pikes Peak in the latest build of his Hoonicorn RTR – a 1965 Ford Mustang kitted out with a 1400hp engine, and shod in sticky Toyo Proxes R888R tires. He doesn’t take the fastest route, but he burns plenty of rubber on the way.
With May, Hammond, and Clarkson gone, we’d much rather watch The Grand Tour than the new Top Gear, but we just had to share this extended footage in which Ken Block tore up the streets of London with his 1400 hp Hoonicorn Mustang, with Matt LeBlanc riding shotgun.
The master hoonigan returns to tear up some pavement and leave behind a thick layer of rubber and dust in his latest Gymkhana stunt video, taking on wild animals, exotic sports cars, and even a jumbo jet in and around Dubai in his tricked out Ford Fiesta RX43.
This low-budget Russian take on Gymkhana may not be as slick as those Ken Block videos, but it’s just as entertaining. It starts out a little slow, as our protagonist heads into the woods in his jalopy, foraging for mushrooms, but once the drugs kick in, things get good. Impatient? Skip ahead.
Rally driver Ken Block passes the Gymkhana video torch to his friend and rival Travis Pastrana, as the latter takes on his hometown of Annapolis, MD in a crazy powerful Subaru WRX STI, boosted to 862 hp. Along the way, he jumps over a boat, performs a ballet with a buddy in a BRZ, and plays chicken with an airplane.
Back in 2017, pro driver Ken Block took on a wide-open patch of dusty, hilly desert in Swing Arm City, Utah. As he ripped through the dunes, he sent dirt flying in every direction from beneath the wheels of his buzzy 600 hp Ford Fiesta rallycross car. This extended cut features thrilling bonus footage not seen in its original release.
Built by STARD Austria for the FIA’s World Rallycross Projekt E series the Ford Fiesta ERX is an impressive pure electric race car capable of hitting 60 mph in just 1.8 seconds. Watch as pro driver Ken Block puts its 600 hp and 800 lb-ft. of torque to the test on the track, then leaves just a bit of rubber on the tarmac.
Racer and stunt driver Ken Block shared this in-car footage from his first-ever time racing in the Dakar Rally. His vehicle? The prototype Extreme E Odyssey 21, a badass all-electric rally car that makes 550 hp and 679 lb-ft. of torque. It might be quiet, but it’s deceptively quick.
Chief Hoonigan Ken Block is back to shred some more Toyo Tires, drifting through the most dangerous road in China – the 99 turn thriller that snakes through Tianmen Mountain. Watch in awe as he slides sideways through every corner in his Hoonitruck, a highly-modded 1977 Ford F-150 that makes 914hp.
Chief Hoonigan Ken Block is back to shred lots more tires. This epic 19 minute video featuring five tricked out vehicles across five locations, including his Focus RS RX, a Fiesta WRC, a Mustang Hoonicorn, an Escort RS Cosworth, and the Hoonitruck, a 914 hp, 1977 Ford F-150.