King Of The Hammers 2021 Is In The Books, Watch The Entire Race Right Here!
We showed King of the Hammers qualifying, which was fun to watch, but it was a tiny taste compared to what was to come during the full King of the Hammers race. We’re talking hundreds of miles, multiple laps over insane terrain, and grueling conditions. With this race comes some of the most challenging rock crawling in the country, high speed desert crossings, loose gravel hill climbs, sand dunes, and dry lake beds. Talk about variety, this race has got it. And the rigs have to handle all of it. But so does the crew. Most teams are in fact a team made up of a driver and co-pilot, although there have been drivers like the Campbells that have done it alone. While the driver gets all the credit as the winner, the co-pilot is the one who jumps out and pulls the winch rope, the co-pilot is the one navigating, and thrashing to make repairs when needed. This really is a team sport, even if just one of them has the steering wheel in their hand.
I’ve been attending this race for several years and can tell you that it is a spectacle unlike anything else I’ve ever seen. Regardless of the kind of wheeling that you enjoy, you’ll see it at this event, and if you bring your own rig with you then you can cruise all over the Johnson Valley off-road park to watch. It really is a good time. This year spectators were limited, but make plans for next year. It will be epic.
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