Ken Block Gymkhana 6 Is Like Need For Speed

Posted: Nov 14 2013, 2:01am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Ken Block Gymkhana 6 is Like Need for Speed

The new Ken Block Gymkhana video dropped this week and it is again off the charts. The video has already over 8 million views. Ken Block shows dramatic new moves in this new ultimate Gymkhana grid course. Watch the video below.

Ken Block is back with a new Gymkhana video. This time it is sponsored by the video game Need for Speed. The video pays tribute to car racing video games with an out of this world obstacle course. Gymkhana SIX: The Ultimate Gymkhana Grid Course is a real-life playground to showcase the sheer speed, fun and exhilarating action of driving. This means all-new obstacles that help raise the difficulty for Block to master in his Ford Fiesta ST RX43 2013 race car, including maneuvering around a moving wrecking ball and sliding through narrow opening cut into the sides of shipping containers.

Ken Block also added video game elements from Need for Speed Rivals. Watch as he executes multiple jumps, drifts around Lamborghini Aventadors and evades the videogame-themed Redview County cops on Segways in his own unique style. You can almost smell the burn of the rubber as he tears up this incredible course. So sit back and enjoy the ride.

Watch the awesome driving video below now.

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