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ST Suspensions and Ken Block Team Up

Partnership officially launches at the Essen Motor Show 2013

Toni Avery
Dec 4, 2013

    ST Suspensions and Ken Block Details:
  • ST Suspensions, from KW Automotive is launching worldwide in January 2014 alongside new partner Ken Block
  • Partnership officially launches at the Essen Motor Show 2013
  • Ken Block is Gymkhana legend and WRC competitor
  • ST Suspensions offers complete suspension tuning solutions

ST Suspensions, from KW Automotive is launching worldwide in January 2014 alongside new partner Ken Block, a WRC competitor and Gymkhana legend. The partnership is officially launched at the Essen Motor Show 2013, where Block fans will have a chance to win exclusive prizes.

ST suspension Products Photo 2/5   |   ST Suspension Products

"We look forward to the partnership between ST suspensions and Ken Block," said Klaus Wohlfarth, KW automotive founder and CEO. "In the US, we are already working with a number of professional athletes in the extreme motorsport sector. The new partnership will see ST work closely with Ken, and the Hoonigan Racing Division, to intensify this in other markets."

Ken Block Photo 3/5   |   Ken Block

"It's always exciting to partner with brands that are forward thinking and open to my creative ideas. I'm excited to be working with ST Suspensions. The brand offers some awesome tuning products and we are working on some interesting projects together right now" said Ken Block.

ST Suspensions offers a wide variety of suspension including, ride-height adjustment, camber tunable top-mounts, sport suspensions, anti-sway bars and much more.

Ken Block 002 Photo 4/5   |   Ken Block 002
ST suspension Golf Photo 5/5   |   ST Suspension Golf
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