2013 King of the Hammers Live Updates

Check here for up to the hour coverage of the 2013 King of the Hammers!

For the 2013 King of the Hammers Race, GenRight Offroad will be providing up to the hour updates on the evens and everything KOH! Check back here for our constant updates between Feb 1 and Feb 9, including up to the minute race coverage, booth overviews, footage of the races, and everything going on at this years KOH. If you aren't at the race this is the place for the best coverage of the event. Be sure to check out our Facebook Page for up to the minute posts from the lake bed, and check back here for our after day report for a summary of what's happened each day. 

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February 5th   February 6th   February 7th   February 8th

Schedule Update, Live streaming video for 2013 King of the Hammers will be available at the following times: 

Sunday February 3rd 7:45AM : King of the Motos presented by FMF Coverage will last all day from 8AM on.


Tuesday February 5th 7:45AM:  Qualifying coverage will be available all day. Happy Hour will be happening at 4PM as it did  last year with the biggest names competing. 


Wednesday February 6th 7:45AM: "Qualifying coverage will be available all day. Happy Hour will be happening at 4PM as it did  last year with the biggest names competing. 


Thursday February 7th 7:45AM: Smittybilt Every Man Challenge, HCR King of the Hammers  UTV Race and Tech/Qualifying in town


Friday February 8th 7:30 AM : 2013 Griffin King of The Hammers Presented by Nitto Tire 


The Difference Between 3rd and DNF, a 2013 KOH Story


We received the official copy of the race course first thing Friday morning. This years course consisted of 3 loops totaling 185 miles (more miles than any previous years race). The 1st loop was 54 miles of the worst desert whoops! The 2nd loop was some desert but mostly the tough Hammer trails and the 3rd lap was the same as the 2nd but also included Spooners and Outer Limits (when you are tired and your car is beat)! So Tony suited up and went out for a closer look in the race car…

We were able to pre-run the entire race course, where our co-driver Bryan Lyttle makes detailed notes in the GPS for race day. Later that same day they ran a couple laps on this years LCQ/Time Trial course which was a short 3 mile version of the KOH course, that included a new obstacle they were calling “Front Door”.

Our time trial run was Tuesday mid day. Our goal was for a good clean run to post a solid time for a mid pack start position! A lot of racers were coming in from their time trial run on flat tires or broken wheels. Tony did not want to break the car! They got in a good clean run and we sat in 4th overall for most of the day. However, toward the end of the day a big rock moved which made the course 20 seconds faster.

In the end, we started 40th – which Tony was fine with, as we knew that meant we would be grouped with cars off the start that we knew we were faster than.

The car was running good and felt solid. The team guys were feeling confident! So confident that Darren & the other team guys even had time to work on other small but equally important details on the car.

Race morning, the nice weather was gone, it was cold and windy with a chance of rain and snow! Darren had the car in line at 6:00am and warming up. Bryan and Tony jumped in the car at 7:45am on the starting line. This years start was weird, around a corner. We had the outside line which was a disadvantage.

Right off the start the car felt loose to Tony. He suspected it was because the shocks were still cold. But that did not prevent them from passing 2 cars in the first 3 miles! At one point Tony looked over at the GPS and noticed they were going over 100 as they passed guys to stay out of their dust over on Melville Dry Lake. Then with the momentum as they passed 2 more cars in the next 2 miles. The engine was running strong and they were clearly faster than most. This is where pre-running paid off as they had mapped out this area so they knew all the fastest paths through the area.

By mile 48 they were in physical 10th! And a few miles later as they came into main pit by 9:30am (at the end of lap 1) we were in physical 6th place! They pitted and peeled out for lap 2! Now it was onto the tough Hammer trails! Lap 2 was pretty smooth for them, but the steering was getting worse… When they got to Aftershock Gary Faravanti was sideways in the Z turn so they had to take the sketchy off camber side hill line (that they had never run before). Tony did not know if it was possible to drive this section in our car… Bryan spotted him and they were through it in a flash! Beyond that Chocolate Thunder, it was tough now. Someone had moved the big rock at the gate keeper so it took Tony several teetery attempts to get through this section. But they did and they were off to finish the second lap! Putting them in physical 4th place by this time, at 12:45pm

On our 3rd lap – right as we left the main pit another car shot out 10 seconds in front of us, it was Chicky Barton. So as we approached Back Door he was stuck in front of us! Bryan hopped out to help him get out of our way before he broke or rolled over on top of our car! We got him up and we worked our way up and over Resolution where we saw Kevin Sacalas, broke and out of the race!

We raced back across the desert, Tony was just starting to feel like he was in the groove. Bryan had just told him “we have a long left hand corner hit it on the inside!” When BAM at mile 93 Tony and Bryan rolled, right in front of our video crew. After they were on their side Tony realized the ARB lockers were still on, which makes the car real squirrely when going fast. Tony & Bryan got rolled back on to the wheels quickly and probably only lost 5 minutes. As they took off, Bryan said “hey take it easy – make sure everything works ok before you really go fast again” so Tony made sure the car felt good before resuming race speed. After the roll over, Tony noticed the rear shocks were suddenly working better!

Lap 3 included Spooners & Outer Limits, two tough trails! About half way up Spooners they got stuck. Tony could not understand what the problem was… so Bryan got out to see what was going on. They had a flat rear tire. By then Eric Miller had caught them and tried to push them through the obstacle (which was fine with Tony). Once free, they pulled up and changed the tire. 3 cars got by them while changing the tire, including Ben Napier and Bill Baird. Once underway again, they caught Bill Baird at the top of Outer Limits and chased him across the desert and up through Sunbonnett where Bryan had to get out and spot him through the middle line at the trail entrance. There were broken rigs in every possible line. Ben Napier had flopped it attempting the far left line. This was great, as they made up all the guys that passed us while they were changing the flat tire!

Finally they had caught Chicky Barton in 3rd place. When they almost rolled coming out of Sunbonnett chasing down Chicky. After Tony saved it, Bryan says “that was fun, lets not do it again!” Tony says they almost rolled so many times he lost count!

They had just passed Bill Beard on HWY19 & 20 when the passenger side wheel snapped off and could now be seen in front of the car!!! Bryan yelled stop. He hopped out and said shut if off we are done… Tony radioed in and told the crew what happened. As he got out of the car he could see the axle housing buried down in the dirt… the shaft had slid out and fluid was pouring out of the differential!

Right about then, Bill Beard caught up to them. They were broken right in the middle of the trail, so Tony spotted Bill by so he would not injure the GenRight car any more.

This is one of the worst type of breaks! As you must repair the car in place before you can even tow it or limp it along!!!

Tony radioed the pit crew – do we have a spare? Yes! OK lets get this fixed and finish this race!

Bryan immediately got going and hiked/ran 2 miles up the canyon and over to pit 2 for parts and tools. Meantime Tony started the process to tear down the car. It was in a bad spot with all the weight on the pass side corner. So he stacked rocks under the lower control arm and backed the car up in 3 wheel drive to get it a little more level for them to work on.

By now other cars had started to catch them. Tony could hear them coming up the canyon. To get to the floor jack off the car, Tony had to remove the spare tire. As he slid the tire off the back of the car it got away from him and rolled several hundred feet down the canyon. At which point he said, oh well we will deal with that later! He got the jack and pulled the tools from under the car. He had to jack up the car 12 or so times, each time stacking rocks and repositioning the jack under the axle so they could get the new parts on the front axle.

Tony got the knuckle disassembled at which time Bryan came down the trail with the parts. As he walked up, he asked Tony to help him get the back pack off so it did not take him down! It was heavy, filled with parts and tools! It almost took Tony down too!

Fortunately Bryan came back with headlamps because now they were re-assembling the car in the dark. Once minimally back together, Tony limped the car into the pit in Low range with no brakes in the dark. They were both SUPER happy to see the guys at pit 2! Tony and Bryan were already cold… it was now 6:30pm. It was awesome as Tony witnessed 10 GenRight crew guys working feverishly on the car. At one point Tony told them to not trust the repairs they did, because it was only a band aid to get over to the pit. They got some food and built the guys a fire to keep warm until they were back in the car by 7:30pm.

Now the idea was to finish – they only had 35 miles to go! It was dark and harder to see. Tony was taking it real easy on the car at this point. They got across Fischer, down Jack Hammer, through Chocolate Thunder and into Wrecking Ball. Where at mile 165, the driver side ball joint broke and Tony saw the tire flop over onto the rock!

It was now 8:30pm… Tony radioed to the team, “now the other side broke…” there was silence – everyone knew that meant the day was over. At that point Tony requested all the guys from pit 2A come help us get it fixed so we could just get off the trail. At which time the crew replied that means you will be a DNF. Tony acknowledged, as he had been fighting the steering all day, to the point it felt like he had 2 broken wrists!!! Tony & Bryan just did not have the energy to stand in the cold canyon with the wind howling to fix another knuckle again… We were only 20 miles from the finish… They sat in the car and tried to stay warm until the pit crew arrived with parts and tools. It took the team until 11:22pm before they had Tony start the car and turn around to head back to Hammertown. Everyone was glad to get back to the RV’s as they were cold and hungry!!!

It was such a long day for everyone - THANKS to the GenRight team for their support & efforts!

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Posts from GenRight at the 2013 King of the Hammers:

February 8th:

Race results for 2013 King of the Hammers race. All racers that did not finish (DNF) are not displayed in the results



Finish Car# First Last Start Finish Elapsed
1 4448 Randy Slawson 8:02:00 15:30:10 7:28:10
2 5 Shannon Campbell 8:00:00 15:48:41 7:48:41
3 144 Chicky Barton 8:05:30 16:29:20 8:23:50
4 4421 Erik Miller 8:03:30 16:40:22 8:36:52
5 4461 Ben Napier 8:03:30 17:40:42 9:37:12
6 4420 Derek West 8:02:00 18:16:32 10:14:32
7 4138 Craig Ross 8:11:00 18:36:21 10:25:21
8 27 Jon Cagliero 8:07:00 19:01:24 10:54:24
9 966 Jason Blanton 8:08:30 19:36:18 11:27:48
10 4417 Matthew Messer 8:01:30 19:51:38 11:50:08
11 4415 Larry McRae 8:04:00 19:55:27 11:51:27
12 13 JT Taylor 8:19:30 20:20:54 12:01:24
13 18 Brian Shirley 8:05:00 20:09:38 12:04:38
14 26 Clay Gilstrap 8:07:30 20:47:44 12:40:14
15 4434 Kevin Yoder 8:24:00 21:16:42 12:52:42
16 53 Chris Hoyt 8:05:30 21:08:21 13:02:51
17 4445 Hal Deschamp 8:22:00 21:32:27 13:10:27
18 4493 Andrew McLaughlin 8:20:30 21:34:20 13:13:50
19 9901 Brian Caprara 8:15:30 21:34:33 13:19:03
20 2228 Nick Finch 8:13:30 21:34:40 13:21:10
21 76 Jason Scherer 8:00:00 21:33:07 13:33:07
22 100 Fabio Manno 8:23:00 22:14:29 13:51:29
23 3 Wayland Campbell 8:07:30 22:01:42 13:54:12
24 36 Ben Swain 8:18:30 22:26:17 14:07:47
25 4490 Mike Nappi 8:32:00 22:40:24 14:08:24
26 302 Tony Rietdorf 8:09:00 22:27:34 14:18:34
27 55 Eddie Peterson 8:05:00 22:59:18 14:54:18


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February 5th   February 6th   February 7th   February 8th


February 7th:

Everyman Challenge race results.



Finish Class Car# First Last Start Time Finish Time Elapsed Time Difference Comments
1 4500 88 John Currie 8:02:30 13:41:09 5:38:39
2 4500 4558 Brandon Heyes 8:05:00 14:21:58 6:16:58 0:38:19
3 4500 4588 Mike Johnson 8:05:30 14:23:22 6:17:52 0:00:54
4 4500 4499 Jesse Haines 8:07:00 16:19:22 8:12:22 1:54:30
DQ 4500 69 Jim Marsden 8:08:00 13:38:36 5:30:36 DQ
DNF 4500 4537 Robert Tallini DNS DNS DNS 0:00:00
DNF 4500 4582 Aaron Betzner DNS DNS DNS 0:00:00


Start positions for 2013 King of the Hammers race.



Start Class Car# First Last Start Class Car# First Last Start Class Car# First Last
1 KOH 76 Jason Scherer 46 KOH 4138 Craig Ross 91 KOH 4413 Doug Bigelow
2 KOH 5 Shannon Campbell 47 LCQ 313 Dustyn Friesen 92 KOH 83 Raul Gomez
3 KOH 80 TJ Flores 48 KOH 4472 Dustin Isenhour 93 KOH 100 Fabio Manno
4 KOH 77 Robby Gordon 49 KOH 4403 Ben Dinkins 94 KOH 4455 Andy Brown
5 KOH 4486 Marcos Gomez 50 LCQ 968 Jason Weidhuner 95 KOH 1272 Stephane Zosso
6 KOH 67 Loren Healy 51 KOH 4411 Ryan Hagel 96 KOH 4431 Mike Klensin
7 KOH 4417 Matthew Messer 52 KOH 816 Lucas Murphy 97 KOH 4434 Kevin Yoder
8 LCQ 4454 JT Stephens 53 KOH 524 Mark Danzo 98 KOH 4468 John Webb
9 LCQ 4448 Randy Slawson 54 KOH 4478 Les Figueroa 99 KOH 51 Masanori Tsuda
10 KOH 4420 Derek West 55 KOH 929 Michael Feagins 100 KOH 66 Eric Anderson
11 KOH 4438 Scott Ward 56 KOH 2228 Nick Finch 101 KOH 4343 Tim Diekmann
12 KOH 4404 Nick Nelson 57 KOH 890 Jonathan Terhune 102 KOH 68 Axel Burmann
13 KOH 5252 Bill Baird 58 KOH 4419 Jeremy Dickenson 103 KOH 429 Troy Stone
14 KOH 4435 Kevin Sacalas 59 KOH 4450 Dave Bovich 104 KOH 420 George Kane
15 KOH 4461 Ben Napier 60 LCQ 74 Matt Rager 105 KOH 4489 Pier Acerni
16 KOH 4421 Erik Miller 61 LCQ 509 Mike Hoffman 106 KOH 4474 Richie Carter
17 KOH 4414 Jason Shipman 62 LCQ 4440 Travis Cook 107 KOH 4680 Cody Addington
18 KOH 4415 Larry McRae 63 KOH 4580 Jordan Townsend 108 KOH 4487 Matt Nieman
19 KOH 8 Nick Campbell 64 LCQ 9901 Brian Caprara 109 KOH 4463 Rob Lynch
20 KOH 81 Levi Shirley 65 KOH 4488 Stephen Watson 110 KOH 4407 Cottin Rodd
21 KOH 55 Eddie Peterson 66 LCQ 96 Larry Gipson 111 KOH 104 Jim Brown
22 KOH 18 Brian Shirley 67 LCQ 4423 Chad Wheeler 112 KOH 69 Jim Marsden
23 KOH 53 Chris Hoyt 68 LCQ 4459 Keith Xavier 113 KOH 4499 Jesse Haines
24 KOH 144 Chicky Barton 69 KOH 701 Greg Lundeen 114 KOH 28 John James
25 LCQ 117 Jason Fish 70 KOH 4505 Jeff Rector 115 KOH 338 Matthew Peterson
26 KOH 4464 Corey Kuchta 71 LCQ 49 Matt Burkett 116 KOH 58 Dan Guyer
27 KOH 4441 Darren Henke 72 KOH 697 Dave Ashman 117 KOH 0 Robby Woods
28 KOH 4466 Ivan VanOrtwick 73 KOH 4481 Alex Hardaway 118 KOH 4451 Mel Wade
29 KOH 97 BJ Baldwin 74 KOH 4471 Dave Schneider 119 KOH 4410 Bart Dixon
30 KOH 27 Jon Cagliero 75 KOH 914 Sean Rose 120 KOH 927 Doug Kahlstrom
31 KOH 3 Wayland Campbell 76 KOH 36 Ben Swain 121 KOH 2 Casey Currie
32 KOH 26 Clay Gilstrap 77 KOH 4108 Tim Smoluk 122 KOH 4776 Brendon Thompsen
33 KOH 4427 Jeff Russell 78 KOH 4476 Kevin Gamble 123 KOH 1 Brad Lovell
34 KOH 4446 Gary Ferravanti Sr 79 KOH 13 JT Taylor 124 KOH 24 Chip Cross
35 KOH 4444 Jason Pickett 80 KOH 16 Jason Carner 125 EMC 88 John Currie
36 KOH 966 Jason Blanton 81 KOH 245 Chris Reid 126 EMC 4608 Matt Peterson
37 LCQ 4494 Chris Garrison 82 KOH 4473 Brent Goegebuer 127 KOH 4409 Paul Garner
38 KOH 302 Tony Rietdorf 83 KOH 4493 Andrew McLaughlin 128 KOH 6665 George Styrc
39 KOH 4482 JP Gomez 84 KOH 4422 Curt LeDuc 129 4490 4490 Gary Ferravanti, Jr.
40 KOH 4485 Tony Pellegrino 85 KOH 197 Ragnar Robertson
41 KOH 210 Greg Adler 86 KOH 911 David Buchberger
42 KOH 321 Tom Wayes 87 KOH 4408 Stan Haynes
43 KOH 4418 Mike Colville 88 KOH 4469 Jack Childers
44 KOH 707 Michael Kelly 89 KOH 23 Scott Porter
45 LCQ 257 Warren Thomas 90 KOH 4445 Hal Deschamp


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February 5th   February 6th   February 7th   February 8th


February 5th & 6th:

Qualifying times for KOH racers to determine position on race day. day 1 and Day 2 final results.



Position Car# First Last Time Position Car# First Last Time Position Car# First Last Time
1 76 Jason Scherer 0:03:19 61 509 Mike Hoffman 0:04:39 121 168 Michael Scott 0:06:37
2 5 Shannon Campbell 0:03:25 62 4440 Travis Cook 0:04:40 122 91 Lance Hamilton 0:06:49
3 80 TJ Flores 0:03:26 63 4580 Jordan Townsend 0:04:40 123 420 George Kane 0:07:18
4 77 Robby Gordon 0:03:41 64 9901 Brian Caprara 0:04:42 124 4489 Pier Acerni 0:07:19
5 4486 Marcos Gomez 0:03:42 65 4488 Stephen Watson 0:04:43 125 4474 Richie Carter 0:08:25
6 67 Loren Healy 0:03:43 66 96 Larry Gipson 0:04:43 126 4680 Cody Addington 0:09:01
7 4417 Matthew Messer 0:03:44 67 4423 Chad Wheeler 0:04:43 127 4487 Matt Nieman 0:09:26
8 4454 JT Stephens 0:03:47 68 4459 Keith Xavier 0:04:43 128 4463 Rob Lynch 0:10:40
9 4448 Randy Slawson 0:03:48 69 701 Greg Lundeen 0:04:44 129 97 Jeremy Hammer DNF
10 4420 Derek West 0:03:48 70 4505 Jeff Rector 0:04:44 130 69 Jim Marsden DNF
11 4438 Scott Ward 0:03:49 71 49 Matt Burkett 0:04:45 131 104 Jim Brown DNF
12 4404 Nick Nelson 0:03:52 72 697 Dave Ashman 0:04:45 132 570 Zach Vaughn DNF
13 5252 Bill Baird 0:03:55 73 4481 Alex Hardaway 0:04:45 133 4410 Curtis Warner DNF
14 4435 Kevin Sacalas 0:03:55 74 4490 Mike Nappi 0:04:45 134 4775 Jake Hallenbeck DNF
15 4461 Ben Napier 0:03:55 75 4405 Travis Carpenter 0:04:47 135 4499 Jesse Haines DNF
16 4421 Erik Miller 0:03:56 76 213 Shad Gunderman 0:04:48 136 689 Rob Larson DNF
17 4414 Jason Shipman 0:03:56 77 4471 Dave Schneider 0:04:50 137 62 James Evans DNF
18 4415 Larry McRae 0:03:58 78 914 Sean Rose 0:04:51 138 6665 George Styrc DNF
19 8 Nick Campbell 0:04:01 79 4409 Paul Garner 0:04:53 139 502 Eric Brown DNF
20 81 Levi Shirley 0:04:02 80 36 Ben Swain 0:04:55 140 28 John James DNF
21 55 Eddie Peterson 0:04:06 81 4108 Tim Smoluk 0:04:55 141 75 Scott Foley DNF
22 18 Brian Shirley 0:04:06 82 308 Rocco Baldassarre 0:04:55 142 4477 Nathan Unruh DNF
23 53 Chris Hoyt 0:04:07 83 4476 Kevin Gamble 0:04:55 143 333 Dustin Raber DNF
24 144 Chicky Barton 0:04:09 84 4457 Doug Evans 0:04:56 144 4437 Dustin Sexton DNF
25 117 Jason Fish 0:04:09 85 13 JT Taylor 0:04:58 145 513 Craig Jerson DNF
26 4464 Corey Kuchta 0:04:10 86 16 Jason Carner 0:04:59 146 927 Darren Runion DNF
27 4441 Darren Henke 0:04:11 87 245 Chris Reid 0:05:00 147 4492 Michael Bergman DNS
28 4466 Ivan VanOrtwick 0:04:11 88 4473 Brent Goegebuer 0:05:02 148 11 Bruce Szember DNS
29 97 BJ Baldwin 0:04:12 89 4493 Andrew McLaughlin 0:05:03 149 107 Seth Santikos DNS
30 27 Jon Cagliero 0:04:13 90 4422 Curt LeDuc 0:05:05 150 4680 Cody Addington DNS
31 3 Wayland Campbell 0:04:14 91 197 Ragnar Robertson 0:05:09 151 4416 Brian Tilton DNS
32 26 Clay Gilstrap 0:04:14 92 82 Jeremy Ford 0:05:10 152 713 Paul Ojala DNS
33 4427 Jeff Russell 0:04:14 93 911 David Buchberger 0:05:12 153 4451 Mel Wade DNS
34 4446 Gary Ferravanti Sr 0:04:15 94 4408 Stan Haynes 0:05:12 154 58 Dan Guyer DNS
35 4444 Jason Pickett 0:04:18 95 4469 Jack Childers 0:05:13 155 107 Carlos Banegas DNS
36 966 Jason Blanton 0:04:19 96 23 Scott Porter 0:05:15 156 4475 Gary Ferravanti Jr DNS
37 4494 Chris Garrison 0:04:20 97 4445 Hal Deschamp 0:05:15 157 197 Ragnar Robertson DNS
38 302 Tony Rietdorf 0:04:21 98 4413 Doug Bigelow 0:05:17 158 4 Michael Odom DNS
39 4482 JP Gomez 0:04:21 99 4412 Don Radtke 0:05:22 159 57 Dana Verdoorn DNS
40 4485 Tony Pellegrino 0:04:22 100 83 Raul Gomez 0:05:22 160 4480 Bill Phillips DNS
41 210 Greg Adler 0:04:23 101 100 Fabio Manno 0:05:25 161 609 Mike McQuiston DNS
42 321 Tom Wayes 0:04:23 102 4455 Andy Brown 0:05:27 162 11 Bruce Szember DNS
43 4418 Mike Colville 0:04:25 103 1272 Stephane Zosso 0:05:28 163 24 Chip Cross DNS
44 707 Michael Kelly 0:04:25 104 4431 Mike Klensin 0:05:29 164 327 Jim Lambert DNS
45 257 Warren Thomas 0:04:26 105 50 Damen Nikolakakis 0:05:35 165 45 Jesse Jurado DNS
46 4138 Craig Ross 0:04:26 106 10 Justin Foxworthy 0:05:40 166 4451 Mel Wade DNS
47 313 Dustyn Friesen 0:04:27 107 4434 Kevin Yoder 0:05:40 167 2 Casey Currie DNS
48 4472 Dustin Isenhour 0:04:28 108 56 Matt Rose 0:05:43 168 338 Matthew Peterson DNS
49 4403 Ben Dinkins 0:04:29 109 54 Christopher Leever 0:05:44 169 927 Doug Kahlstrom DNS
50 968 Jason Weidhuner 0:04:30 110 21 Michael Anderson 0:05:46 170 775 Robert Daly DNS
51 4411 Ryan Hagel 0:04:30 111 4468 John Webb 0:05:47 171 689 Rob Larson DNS
52 816 Lucas Murphy 0:04:30 112 51 Masanori Tsuda 0:05:47 172 427 Chip MacLaughlin DNS
53 524 Mark Danzo 0:04:31 113 7 Phil Pasciak 0:05:48 173 1 Brad Lovell DNS
54 4478 Les Figueroa 0:04:33 114 66 Eric Anderson 0:05:55 174 4407 Cottin Rodd DNF
55 929 Michael Feagins 0:04:34 115 4343 Tim Diekmann 0:05:55
56 2228 Nick Finch 0:04:37 116 833 Rod Kaven 0:06:04
57 890 Jonathan Terhune 0:04:38 117 3447 Martin Zaritsky 0:06:13
58 4419 Jeremy Dickenson 0:04:38 118 68 Axel Burmann 0:06:23
59 4450 Dave Bovich 0:04:38 119 602 Airen Patrick 0:06:25
60 74 Matt Rager 0:04:38 120 429 Troy Stone 0:06:36


February 4th:

King of the Motos Race!

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January 30th   January 31th   February 1st   February 2nd   February 3rd   February 4th
February 5th   February 6th   February 7th   February 8th



GenRight and King of the Hammers Race History:

In 2011 GenRight's own Tony Pelligrino finished in 2nd Place. 

In 2010 Tony finished in 14th place after a battle to stay on top. At the beginning of the 2011 KOH Race, Tony and the #4485 buggy started in 92nd place out of 99. With each mile Tony was able to overcome other racers, until at mile 36 Tony had passed 74 entrants and gotten up to 18th! The streak was ended when the car got a flat tire and was held up due to traffic on the course. Still gaining positions, Tony was stopped after a flip over Sunbonnet. Despite the trials, set backs and unforeseen problems, the car was fast and Tony came in 14th place. 

2013 King of the Hammmers Race Info: 

  • Dates: This year's King of the Hammers beigns on February, 1st and ends on February, 8th.

  • Location: King of the Hammers is located in the Means Dry Lake Bed, Johnson Valley, California.

  • Registration: Registration and Pre-Running opens at 9:00AM on February 1st and continues onto February 2nd.

  • King of the Motos: King of the Motos, Motorcross Race, finish and awards ceremony on February 3rd.

  • Qualifying Day 1: Day 1 of Qualifying for starting positions on February, 5th.

  • Qualifying Day 2: Day 2 of Qualifyingfor starting positions, and Close of Qualifying on February, 6th.

  • Every Man Challenge Race: Every Man Challenge Race begins on February, 7th.

  • HCR King of The Hammers UTV Race: King of the Hammers UTV Race begins on February, 7th.

  • GenRight Save The Hammers & International Driver VIP Party: GenRight Save The Hammers & International Driver VIP Party at the GenRight Booth on February, 7th.

  • 2013 Griffin King of the Hammers Race: 2013 Griffin King of the Hammers Race starts and closes on February, 8th.

  • 2013 Griffin King of the Hammers Awards Ceremony: 2013 KOH awards ceremony on February, 9th.


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January 30th   January 31th   February 1st   February 2nd   February 3rd   February 4th
February 5th   February 6th   February 7th   February 8th