Ken Block and his Hoonigan crew broke away from the Gymkhana sequence with the current “Climbkhana” manufacturing at Pikes Peak. Nonetheless, Gymkhana 10 may very well be on the horizon, and Detroit, Michigan, may play host.
YouTuber Revin captured footage of Block and his 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR racing and drifting by means of metro Detroit streets, which leads many to imagine the manufacturing for Gymkhana 10 is underway. We’ll be aware Gymkhana 10 hasn’t been confirmed and Crain’s Detroit Enterprise studies Block and his Hoonicorn had been current for one thing apart from the long-lasting video sequence.
Nate Stoebner, a line producer on the shoot in Detroit, mentioned a brand new Hoonigan video would give attention to the Ford Mustang’s historical past and he wasn’t certain whether or not the video would contain stunts. If that is the case, Block did not get the memo as a result of the footage reveals him ripping down a Detroit freeway and executing a really smokey burnout. The streets had been additionally shut down for the manufacturing. Looks as if greater than a easy heritage-inspired video to us.
The earlier Gymkhana installment, “Gymkhana 9” passed off in Buffalo, New York, and had Block tearing up an industrial park in the identical style we have come to know and love from the rally-racing star. We’ll have to attend and see, however all indicators level to the Motor Metropolis as Gymkhana 10’s backdrop.