As title sponsors of the UTV race at King of the Hammers, Can Am must have been delighted to bring home a podium clean sweep.
#190 Hunter Miller came home in first place after a grueling 138 mile battle with team mat #191 Kyle Chaney with only 4 minutes separating the two, Millers winning time was 4 hours 29 minutes 44 seconds. Third place went to #944 Phil Blurton a further 6 minutes adrift.
131 cars took the start at 8am on Saturday morning, derparting in pairs at 30 second intervals with a cut of time of 8 hours to complete the course, a feat achieved by 33 of the starters. Rob Butler brought the Off Road Armory car home in a very respectable 123 whilst Alex Parpottas only managed to complete one of the two loops finishing in 75th position. #83 Raul Gomaz had to push the car the final few metres to claim his 21st position.
There was even the odd celebrity kicking about the paddock #aaronkaufman
Photos by courtesy of Journaldu 4×4, Pauolo Baraldi @Ultra4 Europe
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