In 2022, Block raced the American Rally Association Championship with his wife, his Lucy, and their daughter, Lia, who is 16. “This year, Ken was so happy. At the races, he was happy to be racing with Lucy and to have his daughter racing and to have his kids at most of the races,” Travis Pastrana said. “Few people get to the point in their lives where everything comes together, and to have it all taken away like this is devastating,” he said.
We are all shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of Ken Block, the father, husband, and legend we knew. Our thoughts are with his family and friends during this sad time. pic.twitter.com/6nBHhnJbdc— CSR Racing (@CSRRacing) January 3, 2023
In a message posted to its Facebook page, the American Rally Association said it was “gutted to hear the news of the passing of rally icon Ken Block. He was a massive influence on everything he touched, including the global world of rallying. His stewardship within the ARA these past few years was invaluable and he will be forever missed.” This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Nobody an I repeat absolutely NOBODY could ,Would drive like #KenBlock🕊#AlNassr #cheating #kenblockRIP #KenBlock43 #KenBlockForever pic.twitter.com/ojaFL8lh1c — Jumpman🇰🇪 (@Versatilegits) January 3, 2023