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 Ken Block Reveals New Ford Fiesta Livery and Confirms Racing Plans for 2014

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​BRENTWOOD, England - Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block has revealed the 2014 livery for his Ford Fiesta Global RallyCross Car and announced his full race schedule for the year.
 
“I’m stoked with how the new liveries for my Ford Fiestas have turned out, as well as the race schedule we’ve been able to put together for 2014,” said Block. “Once again I’ve been fortunate enough to put together a highly diverse schedule that has me going around the world.

“I’m competing in the full Global RallyCross Championship, doing a handful of Rally America events, competing in a WRC round in Spain, doing the Monza Rally Sprint for the first time ever with Valentino Rossi as a teammate, returning to the Monster Energy Gymkhana GRID finale in Madrid, heading back to Japan to do more Gymkhana demos and, most interestingly, racing in three of the World RallyCross Championship rounds for the first time ever. I’m pretty sure nobody has a better job than me this year!”
 
In addition to having an action-packed year planned, Block has once again reinvented his race look for the 2014 season with a graphics package that will be incorporated across a full line of signature product including apparel from Hoonigan, sunglasses from SPY and RC cars from HPI.
 
“Every year I’m challenged with outdoing my livery from the season before,” said Block. “Luckily, I think we were able to do it once again. This year’s livery mixes animal pattern and 8-bit, which I love. We’ve come up with a sort of digital zebra graphic that I think is awesome and also brings me back into that familiar black and white color scheme I had starting back in 2010. I think the fans are going to enjoy this look.”

Meanwhile, Block has also released in-car footage of the high-speed crash that destroyed his hopes of winning the Rally America Championship last year. Click here to see what happened when his Fiesta left the road at 95mph.

  

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2/18/2014 1:05 PM