CAN-AM SWEEPS KING OF HAMMERS PODIUM
Can-Am has sponsored the UTV race for King of the Hammers for a few years now, but this is the first year they swept the podium. The Miller brothers have been dominating short course for quite a while, but this is their first time taking on the Hammers.
Hunter Miller took the crown in great time with Kyle Chaney and Phil Blurton following behind. The Can-Am team was determined to get their winners across the finish line first this year and that they did. Can-Am had more finishers in the top 5 than any other team.
This year had the biggest UTV class to date with 133 racers, although not nearly as many were able to finish the course. The UTV and EMC courses are exactly the same and are equally difficult to complete.