Rally driver Ken Block might not have won a round of the World Rally Championship just yet, but when his résumé includes five Gymkhana videos (and a sixth on the way), we can forgive him that. We can also forgive him because of all the hilarious parody videos that have followed--and the latest is probably the best yet.
Introducing: Ken Box. Yes, that is a fully-grown man driving a tiny electric go-kart around a warehouse, surrounded by a cardboard box with Ken Block's Fiesta rally car on it. And yes, there is a gorilla and a step ladder, a not-at-all thinly veiled nod to similar appearances in Block's videos.
The video (via Car Throttle) has been created by electric toy scooter makers Razor, in one of its Crazy Carts. Razor calls it the "ultimate drifting machine", and judging by the video they aren't wrong--the electrically-powered Crazy Cart rolls along on casters and features an e-brake style lever to send it into enormous slides. And yes, despite its diminutive size, the Crazy Cart is just as much for adults as it is for kids--ages nine and up can get to play Ken Block in just the same way.
As for Ken Block himself, he's been busy signing up with the Need For Speed franchise, ready to help out with future games and an impending movie. Before that arrives, we'll also get to enjoy Gymkhana Six when it hits the Internet on November 11.
In the meantime, we're off to start a Crazy Cart cardboard box race series...