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  • Nov 5th 2013 at 3:41PM
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Fans of DC Shoes, Monster Energy Drinks and, of course, lots of loud, drifty action have been without one of Ken Block's infamous Gymkhana videos since the fifth installment terrorized the streets of San Francisco in July of 2012.

The wait for the next one is just about over, though, as we have the first trailer for Gymkhana 6 and are happy to announce that all of the action will debut on November 11.

There's not a lot to see in the trailer, aside from the Need For Speed sponsorship and the goal to "Create... The... Ultimate... Gymkhana... Grid... Course." This is very much a teaser trailer, but it's still worth a watch. And when the full Gymkhana 6 is available, we'll be sure to let you know. Take a look down below for the teaser.

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      • 1 Year Ago
      Who the hell is Ken Block? How many takes did he do?
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      • 1 Year Ago
      gets borring
      • 1 Year Ago
      I still like the Gymkhana videos, some more than others. Pretty entertaining for free.
      Major Lee Gassole
      • 1 Year Ago
      This man is an amazing driver and these videos are phenomenal. Think about the amount of skill, time, and money that goes into making this FREE, high-quality video. I get a kick out of the haters making comments. You say you don't like the guy and you think the videos are pointless and boring. Yet you still visit this page, KNOWING what you're about to watch, just to be a naysayer. Deep down inside, you are a fan. Go on. Admit it. As Jasonn wrote, "I'm willing to bet his car slides around a lot, narrowly misses a few things, and gets air born a few times all amidst a flurry of tire smoke." What's better than that!? Ok... Gymkhana with a Chivette in a barely-fitting bikini top along for the ride.
      Eddie Burke
      • 1 Year Ago
      Aside from the incredible talent and entertaining videos made by Mr. Block and his colleagues.... Has anybody else noticed, if they follow him and his sponsors, that all of his most recent colorways on everything from sunglasses to vinyl wraps look like a Crayola factory exploded? It's hideous.
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