Block’s skill makes the fender-skimming stunts look deceptively easy. Photo Gallery
New video from Ken Block takes you behind all the action of Gymkhana 5.
The world’s favourite hoon used San Francisco earlier this year as the playground to shoot Gymkhana 5 – doing launch starts and burnouts on the bridge, jumps on the hilly streets and circle work around moving trams.
That was released six months ago, so this behind-the-scenes video has been quite a long time coming. But it’s worth the wait, as Block and his team give us a backstage view of the hits and misses behind the action.
You also get a good idea of just how difficult some of the set-ups are, with the risk of overshooting or undershooting any of the marks bound to end in some damage – and the crew revealing they wiped out most of the cameras attached to the car in the first shot.
But Block’s skill makes the fender-skimming stunts look deceptively easy. And while Psy’s Gangnam Style dancing might hold the world video record, Block proves his own footwork is just as fancy.