15 Articles
Video
Six of Top 20 Most-Watched Ads Ever on YouTube are auto-related

The marketing-obsessed folks over at Adweek have compiled a list of the most-watched advertisements on YouTube of all time. Six of those 20 ads are automotive-related, which should come as no surprise, considering the amount of money automakers pour into car ads.

Ken Block's Gymkhana 3: Part 1 is not like the others, Part 2 coming in September

Gymkhana 3: Part 1 – Click above to watch video after the jump

Offspeed Pitch: Richard Petty joins Ken Block, AJ Allmendinger in marketing Ford Fiesta?

Brace yourself, race fans. Things are about to get a little weird. Ford has decided to meld the seemingly unmeldable worlds of NASCAR and rally to help promote the 2011 Fiesta. Ken Block, Richard Petty and AJ Allmendinger have joined forces as an unholy trifecta of motorsports action, unified by their common love of the number 43. We don't need to tell you that Petty famously campaigned old four-three in the heyday of NASCAR, netting 200 Sprint Cup wins and a total of seven championships in the

Ken Block reveals possible Fiesta special edition collaboration with Ford in the works

Ken Block Gymkhana 3 Fiesta – Click above for high-res image gallery

Ken Block soliciting ideas for Gymkhana Three, winner gets a free ride!

Ken Block wants your gymkhana ideas – Click above to watch video after the jump

Video: Ken Block's one and only Rally Focus test before Mexico

Ken Block testing the Ford Rally Focus before last weekend's Rally Mexico – Click above to watch video after the jump

VIDEO: Hot For Words investigates Ken Block's Gymkhana

Hot For Words host Marina - Click above to watch the video

VIDEO: Travis Pastrana does tricks on DC Shoe Bike

Travis Pastrana's DC Shoe Bike - Click above to watch the video after the break

VIDEO: Gymkhana 2.1 - Electric Boogaloo: Block vs. Dyrdek

Gymkhana 2.1 - Block vs. Dyrdek – Click above to watch the video after the jump

CLS55 AMG by Ai Design

Ai Designs has been making a name for themselves over the past few years, customizing everything from 'Sclades to Skylines for a select clientele. When DC Shoes co-founder, Ken Block, decided his CLS55 AMG was too pedestrian in the performance and appearance department, the New York-based customizing firm got a call.