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2018 King of the Hammers Every Man Challenge Race Results

Posted in News on February 5, 2018
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Photographers: Stuart A. Bourdon

The Every Man Challenge might be the largest event at KOH, but that doesn’t mean everyone who starts the race actually finishes it. Only twelve out of 137 competitors made it to the finish line this year. We saw a few rollovers and a lot of carnage on the rock crawl sections, it’s really something to see race vehicles attempting to pass each other while bouncing over four foot boulders. The winner of the Every Man Challenge for 2018 is driver Dan Fresh, in car number 88 racing the 4500 class, followed by Casey Gilbert in the number 618, 4800 class car, and in third came Jessi Combs in car number 4618, a vehicle from the 4600 race class.

Dan Fresh is from San Juan Capistrano, California and is the manager of OC Motorsports, a Jeep specialty off-road shop in Costa Mesa, CA. A twenty year veteran of off-road racing, Dan is no stranger to the podium, having taken first in both the Baja 1000 and 500 races in the past. Congrats to Dan and all twelve finishers for making it across the line this year.

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