Ken Block is the this year's champion of Red Bull Global Rallycross MCAS. With a lots of emotions and thrilling twists, Block, who also won the Fort Lauderdale opener season race, held off the rest of the racers for the victory.

In fact, this particular event is a special one, because it is the first to be held on an active military base. And furthermore, it is the largest course with its 0.99 miles in the history of Red Bull Rallycross. The track challenges with its deceptive turns and dynamics, while the seven-turn layout adds even more to the trill. This, along with the well-known formula: ten contestants and one winner. Race heaven.

Today was crazy up and down, so I'm really lucky to be here on top. I'd like to say thanks to everyone who came out—it was great to see everybody and sign autographs last night, and it's great interacting with the military.

So what actually happened? All the audience witnessed how Sandell was confidently going for a clean victory, when an incident with Brian Deegan set a full restart. So, what happened next is already known. Block quickly grabbed the leading place and at the end he also grabbed and his fifth victory of his Supercar career.

Additionally, Dreyer & Renbold Racing beginner Alex Keyes won the CRC Lites event which happens to be the first in his carrer over Oliver Eriksson and DriftFish Motorsport's Tanner Whitten. In fact, Whitten is now leading a intense championship battle with only 14 points separating  the top four drivers.

Source: Global RallyCross Championship