Ken Block

USA

Rally Car
Park City, UT USA
11/21/67

Medal Count

0Gold

2Silver

2Bronze

Comp History

X Games Austin 2014 RCR RallyCross12th
X Games Los Angeles 2013 RCR RallyCross6th
X Games Los Angeles 2013 RCR GYMKHANA GRID5th
X Games Munich 2013 RCR RallyCross2nd
X Games Foz do Iguaçu 2013 RCR RallyCross8th
X Games Los Angeles 2012 RCR RallyCross2nd
X Games 2011 RCR RallyCross13th
X Games 2011 RCR Racing11th
X Games 2010 RCR RallyCross7th
X Games 2010 RCR Racing10th
X Games 2009 RCR Racing7th
X Games 2008 RCR Racing3rd
X Games 2007 RCR Racing2nd
X Games 2006 RCR Racing3rd

Other Competitions

May, 2014 GRC Round #1RCR RallyCross10th
Sep, 2013 GRC Stop #7RCR Rallycross7th
Aug, 2013 GRC Stop #6RCR Rallycross8th
Jul, 2013 GRC Stop #4RCR Rallycross5th
Jul, 2013 GRC Stop #5RCR Rallycross2nd

Athlete Bio

One of the most exciting drivers on the roster, Block never gives up during a race, even if his car is on fire. A five-time X Games Rally Car medalist, he's earned global fame due to his incredible promotional efforts and shrewd marketing, including the viral Gymkhana series. Block surprised at X Games 2012 when he finished runner-up to Sebastien Loeb in the RallyCross final, despite driving on a punctured tire. He scored his first career rallycross win at the final stop of the GRC series in 2013 in Las Vegas. The all-around driving ace has also won the flat-out-fast 100 Acre Wood rally seven times: 2006-2010, 2012 and 2014. In 2013, he finished 2nd overall in the Rally America series.

You Don't Say?

  • Ken owns five total X Games medals: 3 silver, 2 bronze. He is one of only two drivers to compete at every X Games that has included Rally Car comps. In 2013, he released his video "Gymkhana Six," though, with more than 62 million YouTube views, his most popular video is still Gymkhana Five which was shot in San Francisco.