Jeeps from the Smittybilt Every Man Challenge at King of the Hammers
Jeeps were out in full force this morning at staging for the Smittybilt Every Man Challenge. But these aren't just any Jeeps. Take a look at these modified rigs, taking on the rigors of King of the Hammers.
Competitors are off the line at 8 a.m. and have until 6 p.m. to complete 115 miles of racing. More than 100 will start, few will finish.
My, what a large bumper you have! With limited rear visibility and incredibly loud engines, it's often difficult for drivers to see behind them. If another driver catches them it's legal to give the slower rig a little tap, or "nerf," just to let them know they've been pulled.