Now this is lovable. It’s a video in which Ken Block, the head Hoonigan and Gymkhana grasp himself, tackles the time-examined ceremony of fatherhood that is educating your little one how to work a stick. Only in this case, it’s to do doughnuts, which is usually anything a teenager does well away from their parents’ supervision well after they’ve mastered the artwork of operating a clutch. Also, there is no yelling or any one receiving impatient.
It’s established at the Utah Motorsports Campus, which has partly re-opened for company, with Block and his thirteen-year-previous daughter, Lia, in his 1978 MkII