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5;2048-1545079700.jpg? Resize = 768: * 768w, https: //hips.hearstapps.com/hmg-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/images/ Ken Block Block has recently released his latest and most ambitious drift-o-frame so far, Gymkhana Tio: Ultimate Dire Slaying. Ken Block / Hoonigan
Tour . After a 10-day exclusivity window on Amazon Prime, the 10th video is in Block & # 39; s wildly successful Gymkhana series now available for free watch on YouTube.
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The last part sees the completed rally driver skiing through tight spaces at high speeds, this time piloting five cars in five different locations. More than half billion people have watched Block paint city streets with Gymkhana videos since the first issue in 2008, and his Hoonigans team worked hard to make this newest edition their best.
New project production is chronic in the Amazon Prime original series The Gymkhana Files, premiered in November. The show covers everything from Block’s founder of DC Shoes and his early rally career to later efforts, like trying to keep his 1400 horsepower “Hoonicorn” Mustang from slipping off a dusty part of the Pikes Peak Hill climb.