"Please Hoon Responsible" bears the disclaimer at the top of Gymkhana Ten. Just before Ken Blocks latest deck-wrecking, portable speaker-slaying, extravaganza spends almost nineteen minutes to attack your senses. And not just at an airport, or in a city this time. Oh no. Gymkhana has gone global.
For its tenth excursion, the YouTube car phenomenon covers five places, from snowy Sweden through Mexico to downtown LA, five times the reef limiter action, five times the drift, the jumps and yes, the Jump operations.
In addition to famous Blockmoibles as Mustang-inspired Hoonicorn and the beautiful Nineties Ford Escort Cosworth, Gymkhana 1
There are also comets of teenagers who are hooligans (ok, 16 year old Oliver Solberg is a rallycross prodigy), a male half-unit, a car that fails without tires, duggling farm environment is deserved humiliation and all the free, delicious slow -mo recordings you can hope for. Watch the video for yourself. It's like watching The Fast & The Furious 1-8 mashed in a quarter-hour hyper-assembly.
Warning: Do not try to repeat. Or to see if you are allergic to the smell of vaporized rubber …