The wait is over. The latest installment of Ken Block’s global tire-slaying odyssey is here. Celebrating a decade of automotive madness, Gymkhana TEN takes viewers on an incredible journey to five different locations in five very special and unique cars.
In late 2008 Head Hoonigan in Charge, Ken Block, dropped the clutch at an abandoned airfield to unleash what would become a truly record-breaking series of online videos - the likes of which had not been seen before. In his own words “Gymkhana” is an “automotive sport that takes place on an open field or parking lot and requires drivers to skillfully maneuver their cars around a series of cones, 180-degree turns, 360-degree turns, figure eight turns or other obstacles using acceleration, braking or drifting.”
Combining straight up tyre smoking madness, with the skills he had learned while racing stage rallies, each feature length episode of the now award-winning Gymkhana series takes precision driving, production, and jaw dropping feats of car control to new heights.
Gymkhana TEN’s journey starts in Luleå, Sweden, with Block piloting the current 2018 Ford Fiesta WRC on snow and ice - a first-ever for Block in one of his Gymkhana films. After that the action jumps to Detroit, Michigan, with Block in his Ford Mustang RTR Hoonicorn V2, decimating his tires with