Grab a cola, sit back, relax, and watch Ken Block pull off amazing stunts in Gymkhana 7. The unbelievably skilled driver of Hoonigan Racing teamed up with Need for Speed and Ford for this video that for a fair part plays out in the streets of LA. That brings us to the second amazing factor of the video. No cars on the roads of Los Angeles? They must have time traveled to a post-apocalyptic world!
Taking a page out of Ken Block’s awesome Gymkhana, Ford has its own Christmas video with ‘Snowkhana’. Quite like last year’s video, this year’s Snowkhana is a stop motion animation with toys, featuring Mental Block taking the wheel of a 1:64 scale Ford Fiesta. Mr. Mental Block then proceeds to try out stunts, toeing the line of Ken Block, while other cars and characters make cameos. Hit ahead for the last year’s video, this year’s video is up top.
Showing a fresh serving of his skills, Ken Block has another Gymkhana video up. For this course, he drives his 650 horsepower Ford Fiesta through a course that looks a wee bit like a video game race track. The association is easier to understand, considering the video was made in collaboration with EA’s Need for Speed: Rivals.
The latest of the Gymkhana videos is out, and yes, it is filled with the same daring, mind boggling awesomeness we’ve come to expect from these videos. Check it out.
For those who take interest in skillful and outrageous car stunts, Ken Block’s Gymkhana has always been a treat to watch. Here’s the fourth, and latest video from the series. Gymkhana FOUR: The Hollywood Megamercial, has a few cameos, robot controlled sharks, zombies and the prodigious skill of Ken Block.
Ken Block’s Gymkhana videos are always a treat to watch, and its tough to not appreciate his way with the car. Ken himself says the stuff in the video is the craziest he’s ever attempted, and it is all very evident in the video. The video was shot at Linas at l’Autodrome de Linas, near Paris. Actually, just watch the video, it’s amazing.
Well, the video ain’t quite as good as something you’d expect to come from Ken Block and The Stig hooning cars, but it still is interesting. The video was shot for the Top Gear Australia magazine and saw the local Stig and Ken Block come out for the cover story.
If Ken Block’s Gymkhana doesn’t cut it for you, Danny Macaskill’s skill with the bike might find favor with you.
Industrial Revolutions is the amazing new film from street trials riding star Danny Macaskill.
Industrial Revolutions sees Danny take his incredible bike skills into an industrial train yard and some derelict buildings.’ Filmed in the beautiful Scottish countryside Danny Macaskill’s latest film was directed by Stu Thomson (Cut Media/MTBcut) for Channel 4’s documentary Concrete Circus.