Ken Block is a famous American professional rally driver. He is not only a sports enthusiast but also the co-founder of D.C. shoes. Get to know facts about Ken Block like his net worth in 2018, family and his car collection.
Ken Block and his wife, Lucy Block
Ken Block married his wife Lucy Block in July of 2004. He dated his wife, who was his girlfriend at the time, for a long time before tying the knot. Ken and Lucy together have 3 children.
Ken is quite private about his personal life, so there is not much information regarding his family.
What is in Ken Block’s garage?
Ken’s car collection consists of Ford Fiesta ST RX43, Ford Focus RS RX, Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR, Ford Escort MkII RS, Ford F-150 Raptortrax, Subaru Impreza WRX STI, Ford Fiesta ST HFHV, Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR V2, Can-Am Maverick Max X RS Turbo and Ford Escort Cosworth.
Ken Block: a short bio and net worth
Kenneth Block was born on November 21, 1967, in Long Beach, California. He is a member of Monster World Rally Team, now known as Hoonigan Racing Division. Ken was among the co-founder of DC shoes. He later sold his business so that he can concentrate on Hoonigan Industry. Hoonigan Industry is another business venture by Ken that produces apparels for automobile lovers. Ken has amassed a net worth of $200 million.
Ken Block started his national rallying career with Vermont SportsCar team in the year 2005. He competed in the race with a 2005 Subaru WRX STi and ranked top five in his debut season. He was honored with the Rookie of the year award.
Ken signed a sponsorship with Subaru, in 2006. The same year he finished third in a race for the first time at the America National Championship.
Ken ended his 2007 with 19 podiums and eight overall victories in rally events. He participated in World Rally Championship, Rally Mexico, and Rally New Zealand in 2008.
Ken appeared on a TV show Top Gear in 2009. He also posted a video on Youtube named Gymkhana 2; the video was a big hit and became viral. In 2010, Ken won the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood (Rally America), breaking the record formerly held by John Buffum.