Situated within an unassuming warehouse on the outskirt of Park City, Utah, is actually the global headquarters for https://twitter.com/kblock43″ target=”_blank”>Ken Block’s http://hooniganracing.com” target=”_blank”>Hoonigan Racing Division. Opened in January 2013 and furnished with re-purposed shipping containers, the multifunction space features many eco-friendly designs such as the kitchen countertop made of recycled skate decks. To avoid the limitations posed by traditional office building, Block asked for a modular space design. As a result, Block can expand or contract all aspects of the 12,000 square foot space accordingly. In addition to the workspace for the Hoonigan Racing Division’s administration side, there is an impressive vehicle service area in the back. This is where Block and his team assemble the myriad of http://ford.com/Fiesta” target=”_blank”>Ford Fiestas for the various rallying, rallycross or Gymkhana venues he races in. There is also the http://freshnessmag.com/2014/01/22/ken-blocks-ford-f-150-raptortrax/” target=”_blank”>Ford F-150 SVT RaptorTRAX that he uses for backcountry snowboarding and a regular http://ford.com/trucks/f150/trim/raptor/” target=”_blank”>Ford F-150 SVT Raptor for his daily commute.
Here is an inside look at Ken Block’s Hoonigan Racing Division headquarters in Park City, UT, courtesy of http://racing.ford.com” target=”_blank”>Ford Racing All-Access.