JK fans know the excitement of crawling obstacles that look unclimbable. Imagine doing that while racing your competitor to the top for fastest time, then racing to the next hill across the desert to do it all over again. Do that for 2 or 3 laps and you have the King of the Hammers! Here are the final results for the Smittybilt Every Man Challenge and the Ultra4 King of the Hammers.

Rubicon Express Modified Class

1 – John Currie #88 – 4 hours 24 minutes 28 seconds

2 – Mike Johnson #4588 – 6 hours 21 minutes 44 seconds

3 – George Evans #4577 – 6 hours 39 minutes 50 seconds

Pro Comp Stock Class

1 – Erik Miller #921 – 6 hours 2 minutes 33 seconds

2 – Ben Varozza #4612 – 6 hours 32 minutes 00 seconds

3 – Chard Gautheir #4643 – 6 hours 42 minutes 37 seconds

Spec Class

1 – Jessi Combs #4703 – 5 hours 59 minutes 21 seconds

2 – Ross Stanford #4704 – 6 hours 2 minutes 54 seconds

3 – Eric Bothwell #4701 – 6 hours 13 minutes 14 seconds

Larry Nickell was provisionally awarded first place, but later it was revealed that he had missed Chocolate Thunder and it added a 30 minute penalty to his time.

Legends Class

1 – Brad Lovell #232 – 4 hours 37 minutes 10 seconds

2 – Matthew Messer #4860 – 4 hours 48 minutes 30 seconds

3 – Dave Schneider #4871 – 6 hours 7 minutes 29 seconds

Griffin King of the Hammers presented by Nitto Tires

1 – Loren Healy #67 – 8 hours 3 minutes 25 seconds

2 – Tony Pellegrino #4485 – 8 hours 18 minutes 42 seconds

3 – Bill Baird #5252 – 8 hours 23 minutes 37 seconds

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Tom Wayes had come in nearly 18 minutes ahead of Loren Healy, but thanks to missing Highway 20 and the obstacle known as Elvis, he would add 1 hour 10 minutes to his finishing time. He would drop all the way to seventh place.

Derek West came in just seconds after Loren Healy did; however, Derek missed Elvis and had a penalty time of 25 minutes added to his finishing time. He would go from second to fifth thanks to that penalty.

For full coverage of the King of the Hammers, check out Race-Dezert’s article here!