King of the Hammers brought T1 desert racing trucks back to the California desert for the first time in over a decade as part of KOH2019 week.
The King of the Hammers race is such a unique experience that I wanted my road from Arkansas to Johnson Valley, CA, to be more than mundane.
Team Nitto driver Casey Gilbert locked up his 2nd 4WP Everyman Challenge 4800 legends class victory and his 1st overall race victory during the 2019 Nitto Tire King of the Hammers week.
A messy day of qualifying turned into a perfect day for racing and the 160-mile course proved to be one of the most challenging to date.
The season wrapped up with back-to-back victories and a two-time King winning his first championship.
JP Gomez earned not only his first victory in Ultra4, but the first victory for his UFO chassis.
Erik Miller took the win by a mere 12.9 seconds in Kentucky.
Loren Healy notched his first win in the Red Dragon 2.0 by a mere 37 seconds.
Wayland Campbell was victorious in his return to Prairie City, California.