Brad Lovell secured his third consecutive pole position, setting the stage for an intense competition. However, it was Bailey Cole who stole the show, navigating the challenging terrain to claim his first-ever King of the Hammers 4600 class crown. The race featured a record-breaking field of six Broncos, showcasing the vehicle's dominance in off-road racing.
Over the past three seasons, the Ford Bronco has firmly established itself as one of the most capable stock class entrants at King of the Hammers. The vehicle's unprecedented sweep of the podium in its first two years, coupled with this recent triumph, reaffirms its position as a force to be reckoned with in the off-road racing community.
As the off-road leader of the pack, the Bronco continues to push boundaries and conquer some of the toughest terrains in the world. To learn more about the various Bronco models, including the two-door, four-door, and Bronco Sport, enthusiasts can visit Ford.com/Bronco.