In the video tour Block not only gives viewers a tour of his shop floor where cars are built and repaired after races, but he also took viewers around his office and into the facility’s unique rooms. Block begins his Hoonigan Racing tour by showing off a bright-yellow Ford Focus ST hatchback that was modified by tuning group fifteen52 as part of the Project ST modification program.
The starting point is fitting, as Block rightly points out that Hoonigan Racing is normally closed to the public — unless, of course, Focus ST and Fiesta ST buyers attend the free ST Octane Academy driving school at nearby Miller Motorsports Park. In short the only way you can receive an in-person tour of the facility is by participating in the ST Octane Academy at Miller Motorsports Park.
The garage area is filled with high-performance vehicles, including his Fiesta ST rally cars and special projects like his track-equipped Ford F-150 SVT Raptortrax, as well as production vehicles like the Focus ST and Raptor. While many shops and garages feature similar components: tools, cars and work benches, the unique touches that Block has added to the HRD facility are what make it one of a kind.
The HRD shop tour video is the first in a series of All-Access features that Ford Racing will produce. These videos take fans behind the scenes and give them unprecedented access to their favorite teams and drivers across the various series of racing including NASCAR, IMSA, NHRA, Formula Drift, and Red Bull Global Rallycross.