King of the Hammers is one of the hardest off road races on the planet. Johnson Valley in the huge Navajo desert is the home to 70 miles circle the drivers must make twice! King of the Hammers is really challenging with long gravel and sand stretches and rock crawling up some big boulder canyons.
You need strong hardware, great suspension and tires that can handle the rocks as well as speed racing through the desert.
Highlights from the 2016 King of the Hammers. The 10 year anniversary of the biggest offroad event in the US. Sound bites from Eric Miller and other top drivers. Congratulations to Eric Miller this years winner! This King of the Hammers is the ultimate test of fast and extensive desert racing and amazing rock crawling.
Nitto Tires in King of the Hammers The Ultimate Desert Race Since I am going to the King of the Hammers this season I wanted to know about some of the tires that are specially built and designed for the event. Nitto tire expects great results at this year’s Ultra4 sanctioned King of the Hammers race. The tires are called Trail Grappler® Race Tires and six sponsored race teams are using them.
Every Man Challenge - King of the Hammers - In the first article with video and photos you'll see stock and stock modified vehicles take on the infamous Hammers from the King og the Hammers series. This is from the first day where "regular" trucks race the 70+ miles circle in Johnson Valley, California where John Currie wins the 2012 inaugural Smittybilt Every Man Challenge.
King of the Hammers: Ragnar Robertsson - King of the Hammers is an amazing off-road race right through the desert. You can say that it combines many of the most important facets of 4x4 competition (sand drags, hill climbs, rock crawling, desert racing) into one large event.
Superstition can be summed up as irrational belief, making it the perfect co-driver for the highly irrational venture of racing at the Nitto King of the Hammers presented by 4 Wheel Parts.
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