Ken Block has escaped the city and brought Gymkhana with him Penzoil / Youtube

As crazy as it sounds, it is technically possible to get sick of watching Ken Block burn smokey donuts on the streets and back alleyways of major cities. It’s not that they aren’t amazing, it’s more that Ken Block is almost too good at stunt driving. It gets a little stale, there are only so many different ways you can jump-drift over hills and around corners.

But Ken Block is not about to sit back and be a victim of his own success. He has places to go, deserts to hoon!

The change of scenery is enough to get us as excited as we were when we first learned that Gymkhana could be a driving style and not just a term referring to the local Gym in India. If you liked it too, get even more excited because Block himself seemed to hint that more are on their way:

“It’s basically taking that driving style that I do in the Gymkhana videos and applying it in other unique situations,” Block told “This new one (‘Terra’ meaning earth)… we’re doing it in a unique dirt-type situation. I’ve always wanted to take that driving style and do different things with it.”

His Ford Fiesta is back, and, with 600 horses is a handful even for Block:

 “(600) is more than I would normally have on dirt. It’s too much power…”

So, if “Terra-Khana” is Gymkhana on dirt, what’s next? Aqua-Khana? Nubes-Khana? Stellae-Khana!? We sure would love to see Block somehow drifting among the stars. Make it happen, Ken!

Related: [VIDEO] Top Gear’s Ken Block Segment Was Even Better Than You Saw On TV

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Anthony Brown's crowning achievements are rebuilding a $500 Honda VFR and getting rid of his wife's beige Camry. He has owned nine cars in the last ten years, none of them automatic.
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