Ranger RZR dominates 58-mile race
The Polaris Ranger RZR continued its winning ways by sweeping the podium at Pit Bull Tires King of the Hammers race. With a field double the size of last year’s, and five manufacturers represented, the RZR dominated the 58-mile race that featured a variety of terrain including flat lake beds, steep rocky canyons, and brutally-rough desert sections.
First place went to defending champion and solo racer, Mitch Guthrie. Guthrie piloted his No. 555 Ranger RZR across the finish line ahead of Ranger RZR No. 11 piloted by Kyle Knosp. In third, was Brandon Schueler with the No. 1919 Jagged X/Polaris Racing rock Ranger RZR that was featured on the TV show, Destination Polaris.
King of the Hammers is a week full of off-road fun that continues to grow each year with spectators and competitors coming from all over the world. The King of the Hammers Side-by-Side race took place on Thursday, February 11, the day before the full-size buggy main event.
For more coverage from the 2010 Pit Bull Tires King of the Hammers, check out the full report from Off-Road.com.