How Ken Block made chilling admission about ‘difficulty handling fear’ before tragic snowmobile death

RALLY driving icon Ken Block made a chilling admission about getting old and his “fear” of crashes in one of his last interviews before tragic death. The legendary former Top Gear stunt driver was killed in a horror snowmobile accident at his ranch in Utah. Former Top Gear presenter James May led the tributes to the beloved racer, tweeting: “RIP Ken Block, with thanks for some hilarious days out.”. Block made two appearances on Top Gear, performing a number of daring stunts, including the legendary airfield drifting scene. Speaking to The Sun just after his controversial Cenotaph stunt, Block spoke about getting old. Block was killed in a horror accident on his ranch in northern Utah. Starting his rally driving career in 2005, Block raced in series such as Rally America and Global Rallycross. Former Top Gear host James May paid tribute to Block on Twitter and share a link to their airfield rally video.

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