San Diego police are reportedly planning to investigate some schmuck named Blake Wilkey, after he put up a video of himself (now cresting half a million views) in an 800 horsepower dune buggy going completely apeshit on unclosed, public roads.
This is the sixth Ferrari F40 prototype, upgraded to race car specifications. If you had it on your estate, I have no doubt in my mind that you’d take it out for a morning powerslide, too.
Hey, remember when Ken Block turned his stage rally Mk2 Ford Escort into a tarmac-spec Gymkhana car? Yes, that was yesterday. Now watch it shred tires like a beast with Formula Drift pro Ryan Tuerck at the wheel.
Before the Mitsubishi Evo, before the Subaru Impreza, before the Audi Quattro there was the Ford Escort MkII. Now Kenneth H. Blockenstriker has one for some hectic Gymkhana action.
The guys over at XCAR are not entirely new to indoor crazy carting, but having a whole Toys R Us as a race track is a whole new level of insanity.
Think you’re good behind the wheel? Watch what this guy can do with a shitty old Opel Corsa and maybe re-evaluate your skills.
Ken Block pulled off Gymkhana 7 with only one test in his AWD '65 Mustang before ripping the closed streets of LA. Here is that test, in full Mad Max, no doors spec.
A V12 Mercedes Benz is good for lots of things: impressing your heroin dealer coworkers, impressing your protection industry coworkers, or even impressing your World Bank coworkers. But what about gymkhana?
Ever wondered what life would be like if your family minivan had a worked Chevy V8?
Before new cars are released, manufacturers often give prototypes to their established factory drivers, if for nothing more than a little fine-tuning. In Gymkhana master Ken Block's case, Ford gave him a brand new 2016 Ford Focus RS prototype, just so he could drive it like a nut through the company's own factory.
The Ryukyu Kingdom, a chain of islands south of the main island of Japan, is better known today as Okinawa. Today, it serves as a beautiful vacation destination for people of Japan and international travelers alike. However, along with the beauty and serenity of its white, sandy, beaches and crystal blue water, it is…
Yes, we love light bikes. They're more maneuverable, easier to park, and just feel more alive. But a gifted rider can make even the portliest pig dance, or in this case, a 197-HP Suzuki Hayabusa that comes in at a wet weight of 592 pounds. Skills, this guy has them.
New York's hottest club is Ford's Snowkhana 3. This place has everything: A miniature Ken Block, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, a Despicable Me minion, Buzz Lightyear doing splits between two semi trucks, and powerslides.
What's it take to build an 845 hp AWD Gymkhana 7 car out of a '65 Mustang? Watch Chris Harris try and wrap his head around the process.
There's something about the beautiful sound of a Mark 1 Ford Escort Estate wailing through sweet screeching slides and graceful doughnuts around a parking lot. This isn't your typical afternoon of cone-dodging, however. It's a crazy obstacle course the Brits call an autotest.
Sure, we were all pretty impressed with what Ken Block was doing with that bonkers Mustang in Gymkhana 7, but Block had some pretty big help there: most significantly, he was in a car, not a school desk. This kid here doesn't need some "car" with its "motor" and "wheels." Just a desk, some obstacles, and a pair of…
The legendary Ken Box is back, but how can he set up the ultimate Crazy Cart course when irate gorilla security guards are always trying to shut him down?