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Watch Block and LeBlanc go 'round and 'round in this beautifully smokey footage.

The team also gives a behind the scenes look at the stunts.

Gymkhana and virtual reality are a match made in heaven.

Stunt driver previews a new spin on the Gymkhana series.

Ken Block reveals the reasoning behind the 1,400 horsepower upgrade.

As if the drift machine really needed more power.

The Hoonicorn V2 is here and it's crazier than before.

Australia didn’t work out, so Block's in New York.

Yes, there's lots of smoke, close calls, and high speed drifts.

YouTube channel Car Bros have crafted a spot on parody of Ken Block's infamous Gymkhana videos. The group hoons a Honda Civic wagon, poking fun and paying homage to the original.

Ken Block will compete using a 600-horsepower Ford Focus RS in the FIA Global Rallycross and will have full factory support from the Blue Oval. The racer will also star in Gymkhana 9.

Ken Block's Gymkhana 8 goes to Dubai to drift around the city's supercar police fleet and drag race against a quartet of supercars, including a Veyron.

Ken Block drops some hints on Twitter about what to expect from Gymkhana 8, set in Dubai.

When Ken Block breaks the internet with Gymkhana 8 on February 29, he'll do it in this ultra reflective Ford Fiesta.

Ken Block's Ford Fiesta HFHV rally car from the Gymkhana series is now for sale, and it's immediately ready to slide around some stages. The price might be too steep for some buyers, though.

With the help of Ryan Tuerck, Ken Block shows off his first-ever rear-wheel-drive Gymkhana vehicle, a 1978 MkII Ford Escort RS.

Ford Australia has come up with its own interesting take on Ken Block's Gymkhana franchise, releasing a cool stop-motion video called Beachkhana.

Old And New, These Are The Track Stars We Love

We like fast machines around here, and that means we're drawn to racecars past and present. Here's a list of our favorites.

Momkhana takes inspiration from the Gymkhana videos, but moves the stunts to the suburbs in a V8-powered, rear-wheel-drive Toyota Sienna that goes drifting to the shoe store.

Ken Block's Hoonicorn, which stars in Gymkhana Seven, might still bear a passing resemblance to a vintage 1965 Ford Mustang, but underneath the skin, the car is one of the baddest custom machines to ever do a smoky burnout on the road. The ever enthusiastic British auto journalist Chris Harris is now showing what really makes Block's new ride tick on video, and Harris even gets to go for quite a ride.

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Ken Block must spend a lot of time blushing. At this point, the videos online that parody or take inspiration from the drifter's Gymkhana series vastly outnumber his authentic output. That's not necessarily a bad thing, though, as some of the clips are nearly as good as the original in their own way. Case in point: last year's Ken Box Gymkhana had a guy on a Razor Crazy Cart covered in a cardboard box with dubbed-in sound drifting through a wa

Ken Block is back with his heavily modified Ford Mustang, and he's taking to the streets of sunny Los Angeles for the seventh installment of his traditionally insane, drift-tastic Gymkhana videos.

Gymkhana king Ken Block has had a pretty simple car history in his trademark videos, starting out with Subaru Impreza rally cars before moving into Ford Focus racers for the past four installments. His next video, though, Gymkhana Seven, kind of goes back in time.

Ken Block seems like one hell of a nice guy. I ran into him at CES this past January, and he dropped the video games he was playing to chat with me for a while. His crew also recently gave our Steve Ewing a tour of the offices you're about to see on this video. Good guy to know.

Some vehicles are better suited for drifting than others. Light weight, rear-wheel drive and a manual transmission make for a good hoonage platform, but that doesn't mean you couldn't get an all-wheel drive, automatic family sedan like, say, my mom's Passat into a four-wheel drift (which this writer definitely did not attempt back in college). But what about a 200,000-pound dump truck built for mining? That's what one tech company set out to do in this promo clip.

We've seen Ken Block do what he does best just about everywhere he does it: on closed lots, in warehouses, on public streets, at rallycross events, in competitive rallies... even on the soccer pitch. But the one thing they've all shared in common (aside from his ever-present Ford Fiesta HFHV) is that they've been in the light of day. But not the next one.

Whether you're going for speed or for show, professional driving is as much about working the pedals as it about man-handling the wheel and shifter. And nobody does it quite like Ken Block. But is his fancy footwork up to par with that of an international soccer star like Neymar?

So, it's a safe bet that the following video is the craziest thing you'll see all day. Maybe this week, and quite possibly, this month. It stars, in no particular order, a drifting Freightliner semi driven by Pikes Peak champ Mike Ryan, a dock worker/stuntman being pulled behind said semi, a Ford Crown Victoria driving on two wheels, a drifting Nissan 240SX Coupe, two ramps, a row of Smart Fortwo minicarsand the Long Beach harbor. Yes, this is the sequel to the original "Size Matters."

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