Gymkhana Grid - Ken Block Drifts Ford Fiesta & Daijiro Yoshihara Interviews

http://gtchannel.com for more Gymkhana videos!  We interviewed Ken Block at the Gymkhana Grid media day and also caught up with professional drift driver Daijiro Yoshihara after his ride along with Ken in his Monster Energy Drink Ford Fiesta.  Special thanks to Steven Reyes for video footage and Mike Eldred for the soundtrack.

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DC SHOES: KEN BLOCK'S GYMKHANA FIVE: ULTIMATE URBAN PLAYGROUND; SAN FRANCISCO
DC and Ken Block present Gymkhana FIVE: Ultimate Urban Playground; San Francisco. Shot on the actual streets of San Francisco, California, GYM5 features a focus on fast, raw and precise driving action. Filmed over four days, director Ben Conrad and his team are back to work on their second Gymkhana production and delivered the entire city of San Francisco as Ken Block's personal gymkhana playground. DC Shoes also provided fellow DC athlete and longtime Ken Block friend, Travis Pastrana, to make a cameo appearance on his dirtbike, and S.F. resident Jake Phelps of Thrasher Magazine fame also makes a cameo as Block hoons S.F. in his most incredible Gymkhana yet. For more information check us out at http://www.dcshoes.com/auto





BOOBKHANA! Part 1: Bikini Babes Ride with Ken Block in Nagoya, Japan.
While at the Ken Block Nagoya Experience, we decided to invite a couple of Japan's top bikini models to ride in Ken Block's Ford Fiesta, and the results will amaze you. Take Ken Block, the Gymkhana Master, throw in a couple of bikini models, along with a few obstacles like helicopters and polar bears, and you get BOOBKHANA! ENJOY.





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DC SHOES: Ken Block's Gymkhana THREE, Part 2; Ultimate Playground; l'Autodrome, France
Shot just south of Paris, France in Linas at l'Autodrome de Linas --Montlhéry, this 1.58 mile oval track, built in 1924, features banks as steep as 51 degrees, which is more than double the standard incline of most NASCAR ovals. Chosen by Ken for this specific reason, the ramp-like banking proved to be a unique and exciting challenge. The driving physics for the stunts performed were totally unknown until Ken attempted the maneuvers during filming. For more information check us out at http://www.dcshoes.com




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