Ken Block Death: Pro Rally Driver Passed Away At Age 55

The Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office says that Ken Block was riding a snowmobile on a steep slope around 2 p.m. when it suddenly flipped over and landed on him.

Officials say that he was pronounced dead at the accident scene because he was hurt so badly.

In a statement, the sheriff’s office said, “Mr. Block was riding with a group but was alone when the accident happened.” “We are sad to hear about Kenneth’s death, and our hearts go out to his family and friends who are hurting so much.”

Ken Block Death

TMZ Sports has learned that Ken Block, a rally car driving champion, action sports star, and co-founder of DC Shoes, died in a snowmobile accident in Utah at age 55.

Ken Block Death
Ken Block Death

Not all of the facts about the accident are known yet. Hoonigan, Block’s team, said in a statement about the tragedy, “Ken was a leader, a visionary, and a pioneer. And above all, a father and husband.”

“He will be missed so much.”

Block went snowmobiling in Utah and posted photos of his trip on Instagram early Monday morning. Ken was, of course, one of the world’s most well-known rally car drivers. He has been racing since the middle of the 2000s and has won dozens of races.

But Block didn’t just drive rally cars. He also did other action sports like motocross and skateboarding. He was also a very good snowboarder who competed.

Over the years, Block became a big star on social media, getting millions of followers and subscribers online.

Ken also made his mark on the world of skate fashion. In 1994, Block and his business partner Damon Way started the company DC Shoes.

Ken leaves behind his wife Lucy and 3 kids. Block’s daughter Lia, who is 16 years old, also drives.

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Who Is Ken Block 

Block Kenneth Paul (November 21, 1967 – January 2, 2023)  was an American rally driver who worked for the Monster World Rally Team, now called the Hoonigan Racing Division. Block was one of the people who started DC Shoes. He also participated in many action sports like skateboarding, snowboarding, and motocross. After selling DC Shoes, Block turned his attention to Hoonigan Industries, which makes clothes for people who like cars. Before he died, he was a co-owner of the company and the “Head Hoonigan In Charge” (HHIC).

After 11 years of working together, Hoonigan Racing Division and Ford Performance said in January 2021 that they would no longer work together.

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