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2017 King of The Hammers Every Man Challenge [Results + Gallery]

133 racers qualified for the 2017 Smittybilt Every Man Challenge at King of the Hammers, yet just 31 (or 23%) officially finished the race. The days racers consisted of three classes, G2 4800 Legends class, Rubicon Express 4500 Modified class and Pro Comp 4600 Stock class. Taking home both a class and overall win was Brad Lovell, sweeping up a consecutive win from last year's EMC and a third overall first. This will push the Lovell brothers into the unlimited 4400 class for next year, just like we've seen the Curries do in the past. Following in second was Jason Fish, earning his first KOH podium - a good start after his 2016 East Coast Ultra4 national championship.

Photos by Kyle Wells and Doug Dienelt.

Browse the gallery above and check out lap times below for the finishing racers of 2017 Every Man Challenge.

2017 Every Man Challenge Results at KOH

Driving Line has all of the 2017 KOH coverage you need, check it all out here.

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