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Ken Block takes 2nd at GRC Daytona

KEN BLOCK BRINGS HOME 2ND PLACE AT GRC DAYTONA AND MOVES INTO 2ND PLACE OVERALL IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP   Following a win the last time he was out at a Global Rallycross race, Ken Block came into Daytona International Speedway and put down an extremely impressive display of driving ability, coming away from the event with a hard-earned 2nd overall.     Friday afternoon’s two heats saw Block take 2nd place in his first heat and then a very commanding 1st place in his second heat. Based on his results on Friday, as well as how the rest of the field finished, Block set himself up well for Saturday morning’s semi-finals.     Saturday found Block starting P1 in the second semi-final. Unfortunately, coming around turn three while in first place, Block ended up getting spun out by fellow Ford driver, Nelson Piquet Jr., which sent him to the back of the field (Piquet Jr. was penalized a lap later with a stop-and-go penalty). This setback sent Block into the Last Chance Qualifier, which saw the H.H.I.C. put on a dominating performance to take first place—while completing the last two laps on only three wheels due to a flat tire on the right rear of the car and still managing to holding off the rest of the field—moving him into the third row of the final grid.     For the final, Block had a solid launch and by the end of turn three on the first lap, had fought through traffic and worked his way into 2nd overall. Through the course of 8 laps, Block opened up the gap between himself and the rest of the field, all while closing in on the 1st overall spot. Unfortunately for him, he ran out of laps before that could happen.     “I had a great race weekend out here in Daytona,” said Block. “Despite the heat and humidity, I really enjoyed myself. This was a tough race simply because of the temperatures, but it was definitely a rewarding finish. I was really upset about being spun out by Piquet [Nelson Piquet Jr.], in my semi, but fortunately I had an amazing LCQ, despite having to navigate a very sketchy 100+ mph turn on only three wheels! My plan for the final was simply to get a great launch and try to do something amazing, which I think I pulled off. If I’d only had another lap or two I think I could have overtaken Rhys [Millen] and won this thing. Either way, I’m stoked on the finish.”     The podium finish for Block makes this his third in a row for Global Rallycross races and his fourth out of five Rallycross starts (3rd in WorldRX Norway, 3rd in GRC New York, 1st in GRC Charlotte, 2nd in GRC Daytona).     Block’s next competitive event is in Loheác, France, for WorldRX France on September 7th.   
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Congrats to DC’s Ken Block who coming off of a podium finish last week at GRC New York, stormed into Charlotte this past weekend focused on one thing: Taking first place. And he did so, masterfully dominating the entire weekend at the track. 


Block qualified first overall on Friday afternoon, setting himself up nicely for his heats later that day. Block then took control of both heats, establishing himself as the man to beat on Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Dirt Track. By taking first in both of Friday night’s heats—as well as being the top qualifier that morning—Block headed into Saturday’s main events in solid position.


Saturday saw Block return to the dirt and continue to give lessons on being fast on a loose surface. Utilizing his skills acquired through years of stage rally racing, Block laid down a masterful performance on Saturday, winning his semi-final by four seconds and absolutely dominating the field in the final by taking the overall win by seven seconds.


“This was an awesome weekend of rallycross for myself,” said Block. “My team did an amazing job getting my Ford Fiesta ST RX43 ready for racing here on this track and it felt great to be racing on more gravel and dirt instead of mostly tarmac. I’m really at home on surfaces like this and I think it showed with both my results and how quickly we got car setup for this course. I’m absolutely stoked on winning here and it feels great to build on my podium finish last weekend in New York. Hopefully I can continue that trend when we hit Daytona next month and keep scoring points in this championship.”


In the modern era of Global Rallycross with the format now being qualifying, two rounds of heats, a semi-final and a final, Block is the first driver in the history of the sport to take first in all five aspects of the race weekend. With his win, Block moves up to 5th overall in the 2014 GRC points standings (only 9 points out of 3rd place) with five races left to go.

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Ken Block x Keep a Breast



DC Shoes athlete Ken Block is partnering with The Keep A Breast Foundation to raise money through the auction of limited edition DC driving shoes.  The auction will be open to international supporters through, driving global awareness of breast cancer.  


“DC Shoes and Ken Block have been long time supporters of The Keep A Breast Foundation,” said Shaney Jo Darden, founder of The Keep A Breast Foundation.  “We are so grateful for people like Ken who go the extra mile to support causes they believe in. This partnership is an authentic and inspiring way to give back and bring the rally car community together for something so meaningful.”


Block and DC Shoes worked with Keep A Breast to design the all-pink custom shoe, featuring the organizations “I Heart Boobies” mantra.  Block will wear one of the nine pairs at each of the remaining Global Rallycross race this year (kicking off with summer X Games in Austin, TX this weekend), with the worn pair being set for auction on following the race.  Fans will have the opportunity to donate to Keep A Breast to gain raffle tickets for each GRC race.  One raffle ticket will be given for every $5 donation, offering an increased chance to win with a greater donation amount.


Following the final race of the series, all participants will have a chance to win the grand prize of a ride along with Block in his rally car.  The Global Rallycross race series schedule is as follows:


 - GRC Charlotte              7/26/14 - GRC Detroit                   8/3/14  - GRC Daytona               8/23/14 - GRC Los Angeles          9/20/14 - GRC Seattle                 9/27/14 - GRC Las Vegas             11/5/14


"I'm really excited about this partnership between myself, DC Shoes and The Keep A Breast Foundation," said Block. "Keep A Breast is a great organization and their work is truly inspiring. They're offering programs and support for young women that have been impacted by breast cancer and are also making sure that they market themselves in a way that gets the attention of a younger generation, helping generate greater awareness. In my mind this partnership was a no-brainer for me and I'm glad that DC felt the same way and that we were able to put this program together. Hopefully these shoes help generate a lot of donations!"


Visit the DC Shoes Facebook page for further details on how to donate to win Block’s limited edition Keep A Breast driving shoe, and for the full auction schedule. Fans can join the conversation on social media with #DCxKBxKeepABreast.

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Ken Block unveils new offices

Check out these amazing photos from Ken Block's new headquarters in Park City, Utah. 

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Episode 20 of "On Pace With Pastrana"

In the last episode of "On Pace with Pastrana" DC's Travis Pastrana heads to Europe for the Nitro Circus Live tour. Check it out and enjoy! 

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Episode 19 of On Pace With Travis Pastrana

In the newest episode of "On Pace with Pastrana," Travis Pastrana enjoys some much earned time off before undergoing shoulder surgery. 

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Episode 18 On Pace with Travis Pastrana

In the newest episode of "On Pace with Pastrana" Travis Pastrana and Lyn-Z head to Willow Springs Raceway to get some time on custom build motorcycles before enjoying a little downtime at their home in Southern California. 

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Episode 17 of "On Pace with Pastrana"

Go behind the scenes with DC's Travis Pastrana during one of this busiest racing weeks of 2012 in the newest episode of "On Pace with Pastrana" 

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On Pace with Pastrana - X Games 2012

On episode 16 of On Pace w/ Pastrana, DC's Travis Pastrana continues his Summer X Games 2012 adventure with an autograph session with fellow DC athlete Rob Dyrdek, and then off to RallyCross practice and a competition filled with crashes, loopholes and all around chaos. 

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