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This Is What Gymkhana Would Look Like On A Snowmobile

It is an unequivocal fact that this absolutely rips, but there’s no way in hell you’d catch me trying anything like this. At a certain point in your life, you just have to stand back and realize that it’s okay to not try a backflip over an Amtrack train on your snowmobile. I’ll never get […]

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This Is What Gymkhana Would Look Like On A Snowmobile

It is an unequivocal fact that this absolutely rips, but there’s no way in hell you’d catch me trying anything like this. At a certain point in your life, you just have to stand back and realize that it’s okay to not try a backflip over an Amtrack train on your snowmobile. I’ll never get […]

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Ken Block Is Putting His Dream Car Collection Up For Sale

Fans of Ken Block and his Gymkhana shenanigans have a chance to own a couple of cars from his YouTube videos. Block is selling his 2011 Ford Fiesta ST, GYM3, and 2013 Fiesta ST, RX43, cars, as well as a rare 1986 Ford RS200 that makes over 800 horsepower. Don’t expect these to be cheap, […]

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Ken Block Is Putting His Dream Car Collection Up For Sale

Fans of Ken Block and his Gymkhana shenanigans have a chance to own a couple of cars from his YouTube videos. Block is selling his 2011 Ford Fiesta ST, GYM3, and 2013 Fiesta ST, RX43, cars, as well as a rare 1986 Ford RS200 that makes over 800 horsepower. Don’t expect these to be cheap, […]

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There’s An Actual WRC Car In An American Rally For The First Time In Years

The last official World Rally Championship event held in the United States was the 1988 Olympus Rally around Tacoma, Washington, won by Miki Biasion in a Lancia Delta Integrale. Since then, actual WRC-class machines haven’t had much of a reason to run stages in the U.S., because national rallies use differently…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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There’s An Actual WRC Car In An American Rally For The First Time In Years

The last official World Rally Championship event held in the United States was the 1988 Olympus Rally around Tacoma, Washington, won by Miki Biasion in a Lancia Delta Integrale. Since then, actual WRC-class machines haven’t had much of a reason to run stages in the U.S., because national rallies use differently…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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My Brain Can’t Process The Noise The Seven-Motor Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 Makes

I can’t decide if the silent terror of seven electric motors actively shredding rubber against rock vibrating through the cabin of the new 1,400 horsepower Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 driven by Ken Block is a good noise or a bad noise. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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My Brain Can’t Process The Noise The Seven-Motor Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 Makes

I can’t decide if the silent terror of seven electric motors actively shredding rubber against rock vibrating through the cabin of the new 1,400 horsepower Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 driven by Ken Block is a good noise or a bad noise. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Ken Block Ran The Extreme E Electric Race Truck In The Last Stage Of The Dakar Rally And Did Pretty Okay

Extreme E is the off-road electric racing series from the people who brought you Formula E, and the Odyssey 21 is the buggy-like SUV which will form the basis of the series. The folks behind Extreme E invited Head Hoon Ken Block out to rip around the Saudi desert in one of these for a […]

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There Is No One To Conquer The Mountain That Still Stands And Looks Down Upon Us But There Is Harmony In Ascending It, Ideally Sideways In A 900 Horsepower Drift Truck

It is the mountain that conquers us, every time. Though we climb it, it is the mountain that changes us, not the other way around. We look down on the rest of the world from its summit, but even in doing so the mountain itself looks down on us. There is no conquering a mountain. […]

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Ken Block Shipped His Hoonitruck To A Chinese Mountain So You Could See Climbkhana 2 On 11/18

You may know Ken Block from such films as Gymkhana 10, or Climbkhana. The latter of the two was a wild sideways-and-smokey run up Pikes Peak with cinematography help from the legendary Jeff Zwart. Pikes Peak is dangerous when you aren’t drifting and showboating for the camera, which made that one perhaps Block’s most…Read more… […]

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Ken Block Shipped His Hoonitruck To A Chinese Mountain So You Could See Climbkhana 2 On 11/18

You may know Ken Block from such films as Gymkhana 10, or Climbkhana. The latter of the two was a wild sideways-and-smokey run up Pikes Peak with cinematography help from the legendary Jeff Zwart. Pikes Peak is dangerous when you aren’t drifting and showboating for the camera, which made that one perhaps Block’s most…Read more… […]

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The Future of Mobility Is Obviously 200 HP Turbocharged Snowmobiles

For anyone who survives the inevitable nuclear fallout that will end most of humanity, it’s good to know that we’ll still have an opportunity to get out and have a ton of fun on the turbocharged Skidoo snowmobile you salvage from Ken Block’s long-abandoned warehouse of fun stuff. Obviously the Hoonitruck won’t do you…Read more… […]

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