Everything you need to know about the release of Ken Block’s Gymkhana Ten video and how you can stream it for free
Ken Block’s Gymkhana Ten drops as an early exclusive on Amazon Prime Video on December 7th, followed by the FREE global release on Hoonigan’s YouTube channel on December 17th.
Ken Block is taking things to a whole new level in Gymkhana Ten with five different, epic, all wheel-drive, high-horsepower Ford racecars, two of which are all-new for Block with the third being the all-new Ford F-150 Hoonitruck! And to add to it all, Block is filming these vehicles in five different locations around the world.
Gymkhana Ten will also be shown in more detail during Block’s upcoming Amazon Prime series, The Gymkhana Files which features behind-the-scenes action of the car builds, testing and ultimately, the filming of Gymkhana Ten. The series will offer fans unprecedented access into just how Block’s biggest Gymkhana to-date comes to life.
The series will also take a historical look back at Block’s previous nine films, as well as showcasing other facets of his life, from racing to his mountain town life in Utah to recreational adventures when he’s off the road. Sounds pretty amazing eh?
The Gymkhana Files launches 16th November on Amazon Prime, with two episodes being released per week up until the 7th December launch of Gymkhana Ten. The FREE release of Gymkhana Ten on Hoonigan’s YouTube channel will not be until 17th December.
But, we’re guessing you don’t want to wait until December 17th to see it YouTube right?! Well you can see it for FREE on Amazon Prime with this trick.
Amazon Prime presently costs a whacking great £79 a year or £7.99 a month, which comes to £95.88 per year. However, if you are a new customer you can get a 30 day free Amazon Prime trial , which will let you see Ken Block’s GYMKHANA TEN for FREE and before everyone else. Also, you’ll get access to the Gymkhana Files series as well, as they will all be available to stream.
You can get an Amazon Prime Free trial here, but remember to cancel before the trial period is up or you will get charged.