He may be lucky or just plain fast! Bryce Menzies took home the victory for the second year in a row at the King of the Hammers Desert shootout. Menzies qualified first giving him the advantage of starting out front. Menzies held the lead the entire race.
“It was insane out there this year! This course was so rough, it threw everything at us and to come away with a back-to-back win is unbelievable.” said Bryce Menzies.
Cody Parkhouse qualified first in the B1 but had to pull of course due to mechanical issues. This opened the door for Ray Griffith to take the win. Casey Currie finished behind Griffith for second on the podium. Currie will race the same vehicle later in the week in the 4400 class.
Dustin Grabowski took the victory in the T2 class. Grabowski was fast all day and held onto the T2 lead all day.
The B2 and B3 grudge match saw Wheeler Morgan take the win and $60,000. Kyle Chaney won the B3 class.
King of the Hammers continues this week with King of the Motos, King of the UTV’s, EveryMan Challenge and ends with the main King of the Hammers race on Saturday. We will have full coverage right here and expanded coverage in DirtSportsWorld Magazine.