Watch Ken Block's Gymkhana 9 video in 360-degree VR

It's available in Ford's VR app, as well as on its YouTube page.

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Ken Block's "Gymkhana 9" video is a proper return to form for the YouTube-friendly pro driver and his collection of ridiculously powerful, drift-happy vehicles. But since it's 2016, it wouldn't be complete without some foothold in virtual reality.

Ford just offered up "Gymkhana 9" in VR-capable form on both the Ford Performance YouTube channel and the automaker's own FordVR app, which is available for both iOS and Android. It's not just the "Gymkhana 9" video, either -- there's a whole bunch of behind-the-scenes stuff, including a more in-depth look at the part where Block spins around a Ford F-150 Raptor dangling in midair.

If you're not familiar with the Gymkhana series, it's basically Block driving around like a nutter. There are drifts, jumps, perilous precipices and loads of tire smoke. It's an all-around good time, unless stunt driving makes you nervous, in which case, YouTube also has plenty of cat videos.