2018 was an amazing yet wild ride for Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division with major ups and downs including a return to his original passion of stage rally, 3 podiums, the crash and burn of his classic Ford RS Cossie, the newly built 1977 Ford F-150 Hoonitruck, an all new Amazon Prime Original Series and release of GymkhanaTEN, and a number of other special and fun projects! Checkout the PDF linked below for a full recap.
Ken Block and Hoonigan’s latest and biggest to-date video project of Block's career, Gymkhana TEN: Ultimate Tire Slaying Tour, builds upon the award-winning viral video franchise of Gymkhana films and was directed and produced entirely in-house by Hoonigan. Gymkhana TEN takes viewers on an epic journey to 5 very unique and different locations with 5 very unique and different vehicles.
Ken Block, in association with Toyo Tires, is pleased to present to the world his latest, mind-blowing custom Gymkhana vehicle build and the main vehicle of Gymkhana TEN: The Hoonitruck!
Ken Block is pleased to announce a massive improvement to his summer fun at home in Park City, Utah: a new relationship for 2018 with Marine Products and Supra Boats.
Ken Block kicked off his 2018 rallycross program, in partnership with Steve Arpin and Loenbro Motorsports. Both drivers are looking to add more rallycross wins and podium finishes to their respective résumés with updated Ford Focus RS RX rallycross cars that Arpin and his team have been developing during the first half of 2018, ushering in a new era of performance for the Focus RS RX.
Hoonigan Racing presents Ken Block’s new livery for 2018 by artist Death Spray Custom with not one, but two Ford Escort RS Cossies! The overall graphics package is an evolution of last season’s 3D lightning bolt theme, with a slight retro feel given the application to Block’s classic rallycars. His 2018 race suit, however, is a new, more intricate and detailed take on a concept by DSC done previously.
2017 was another action packed year for Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division with our second and final full season of World RX, all new artist-collab race liveries, several major video projects, and lots more fun. Checkout the PDF linked below for a full recap!
For this year's Gymkhana GRID, Monster Energy took the event to Johannesburg, South Africa. This marked the first time that GRID had ever been held on the continent and proved to be the biggest and most exciting GRID to-date.
Climbkhana presented by Toyo Tires, is the next generation of Ken Block’s wildly successful and award winning Gymkhana series of viral videos. The all-new concept is a hybrid of the driving showcased in the previous films, blended with a rally-road style attack on unique roads around the world. To kick off this new series, Ken Block chose what is arguably one of the most famous roads out there: The Pikes Peak Highway outside Colorado Springs, CO.
Ford Performance helped Ken Block debut his latest vehicle acquisition: a 1986 Ford RS200. Originally built to compete in the Group B era of the World Rally Championship, Block’s car is one of 200 units that were required to be built to meet homologation rules. See Block’s new RS200 alongside his matching 2017 Ford Focus RS.
Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah’s well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes) and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes, he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer that he had on loan and headed down.
Terrakhana is Ken Block’s second spinoff from his hugely successful Gymkhana franchise of videos (the first being Climbkhana) where he takes the style of driving he performs in his Gymkhana videos and bring it to massive areas of natural landscapes, aka “terra.”
After months (maybe even a year) of asking Ford for the keys to the all-new Ford GT, Ken Block’s ask was finally granted—and at Le Mans 2017 of all places!
Hoonigan Racing debuts its 2017 liveries for the team of Ken Block and Andreas Bakkerud and their Ford Performance Focus RS RX rallycross cars, designed in collaboration with U.K. artist David Gwyther—who is better known as Death Spray Custom and known for his multi-disciplined art work. The liveries harness the look of intense energy and a 3D element.
2016 was a BIG year of firsts for Ken Block's Hoonigan Racing Division: a new racecar, a new championship (with 7 podiums and 3 wins), a new driver added to the team (Andreas Bakkerud, who finished World RX 2016 3rd overall!), a first-ever artist collab on a race livery, 4 different Gymkhana video projects launched all in the same year and more. Take a look back with us in the PDF linked below.
Ken Block is proud to announce that he now has his very own signature vehicle. As one would guess, it’s a Ford product, but perhaps not the kind one would normally associate with the Head Hoonigan in Charge. The vehicle in question? A limited edition—and murdered out—run of M-Sport’s custom Ford Transit van!
Just when you thought that one of the most iconic custom car builds of the last decade couldn’t get any better, Ken Block and Hoonigan have gone and improved upon Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR from Gymkhana SEVEN. How you ask? By feeding it meth(anol) and boosting it with two turbos.
Gymkhana NINE: Raw Industrial Playground, on Hoonigan’s YouTube channel, returns Block’s 400+million view viral video franchise to its roots, with pure, raw driving action at center stage once again.
Ken Block took it to the streets in and around London to film an incredible segment for the new season of Top Gear with new presenter/host/good friend Matt LeBlanc. The duo toured London in Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR with Block driving and LeBlanc attempting to “navigate” while being driven around in full Gymkhana style.
Ken Block presents the 2016 Hoonigan Racing by Felipe Pantone race liveries, a collaboration between Block, Hoonigan and kinetic street art artist Felipe Pantone, with products from sponsors like Hoonigan, DC Shoes, SAXX, and Wolfgang Man & Beast.
2015 was, as usual, an exceptionally busy year for Ken Block and his Hoonigan Racing Division with a full Global Rallycross Championship, three stage rally events across the globe, Summer X Games rallycross, the Gymkhana GRID finale in the U.K. and a number of other special appearances and projects.
For the eighth installment in Ken Block’s 350+ million view Gymkhana viral video franchise, Block has taken his smoky, sideways driving style to his most exotic destination yet: Dubai!
Ken Block brought two cars and a guest driver to the 2015 Gymkhana GRID, The European Gauntlet final. Block competed in his 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR and fellow Hoonigan driver Ryan Tuerck piloted Block and Hoonigan’s all-new 1978 Ford Escort Mk2 RS at it’s first public appearance and competition.
Ken Block and Hoonigan Industries are proud to introduce Block’s first-ever, rear-wheel-drive Gymkhana machine, his 1978 Ford Escort Mk2 RS.
Ken Block partners with MasterCraft in 2015 to create a one-off version of their X30 wakeboarding boat, wrapped up in his 2015 intergalactic race livery!
Ken Block's 2015 Hoonigan Racing livery lookbook features products from sponsors like Hoonigan, DC Shoes, SPY, HPI Racing, and fifteen52.
With seventeen race events, five major video releases, a handful of gymkhana demos, two all new hoon-vehicle builds, and more, 2014 was one of the biggest and most successful years for Ken Block and his Hoonigan Racing Division.
A collaborative effort between Ken Block and artist Jim Mangan, BLAST combines Mangan’s otherworldly landscape photography with Block and his 2014 Ford Fiesta ST HFHV in the desert of southern Utah.
The seventh installment of Ken Block's viral video series launched in November 2014 and was the video debut of Ken Block's all-wheel-drive 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR as he tore up the streets of Los Angeles.
Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block is pleased to debut his Gymkhana SEVEN car for the first time publicly in the Ford booth at SEMA 2014. The car? A completely unique, one-off, world’s first performance all-wheel-drive 1965 Ford Mustang notchback.
Block put his Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX to the test as the ultimate backcountry snowboard expedition vehicle at Baldface Lodge in British Columbia, along with professional snowboarders and fellow Monster athletes Zak Hale and Ethan Deiss.
A collaborative effort with Ken Block, international football star Neymar Jr., and Castrol, Footkhana combines world-famous gymkhana driving with world-famous football skills in a head-to-head competition of man in a machine versus man and his feet.
Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block is proud to debut his 2014 livery and announce his full race schedule for the year.
Hoonigan Racing Division's Ken Block has an all-new project: his Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX, the ultimate backcountry snowboard expedition vehicle. Block's RaptorTRAX also happens to be the world's fastest snowcat for backcountry snowboarding and stars in KEN BLOCK’S RAPTORTRAX SHREDFEST WITH ZAK HALE & ETHAN DEISS video released October 2014.