100% of King of the Hammers Finishers chose ARB Air Lockers over every other selectable differential locker
This past week was the 10th annual King of the Hammers race, considered one the toughest single day off-road races in the world. Drivers race against the clock in highly modified off-road vehicles specifically designed, engineered and setup to tackle the high speed desert driving and rock crawling challenges of the course.
On Thursday 108 vehicles entered the Every Man Challenge to have only 37 competitors survive. Taking 1st place overall and in the Legends class was ARB sponsored team Brad and Roger Lovell in their ARB Air Locker equipped Legends car. Close behind, Jessi Combs and co-driver Martin Castro finished 3rd overall taking first place in the Modified class, also running an ARB Air Locker.
The 176 mile 2016 King of the Hammers race kicked off on Friday and would claim 79 of the 110 competitors with 16 of the 31 finalists utilizing ARB Air Lockers to get them home.
ARB Intensity LED sponsored driver, Erik Miller took first place, winning his 2nd King of the Hammers title. Close behind, longtime ARB Air Locker sponsored driver Jason Scherer drove to a strong 2nd place after qualifying 1st and battling overheating issues throughout the race.
Fan favorite, Shannon Campbell, finished the race 4th in his ARB Air Locker sponsored car after spending over an hour fixing a broken axle shaft during the start of the 3rd lap.
Only 19 minutes later, daughter of Shannon, Bailey Campbell would cross the finish line in 5th place to become the first women and one of the youngest drivers to ever finish the King of the Hammers race.
Congratulations to all the ARB sponsored and equipped drivers!
ARB Sponsored Driver Results:
1st – Erik Miller
2nd – Jason Scherer
4th – Shannon Campbell
5th – Bailey Campbell
15th – Wayland Campbell
Watch Jason Scherer qualify 1st for the 2016 King of the Hammers race: