Warn Industries will be at King of the Hammers Vendor Show with Winches and Premium Support
Clackamas, OR (1/19/16) — Warn Industries is proud to announce their 2016 King of the Hammers Contingency Program for competitors in the Ultra4 King of the Hammers races February 3rd – February 5th. A total of $2450 will be offered to drivers in Friday’s Nitto King of the Hammers race, Thursday’s Smittybilt Every Man Challenge race and Wednesday’s Polaris RZR KOH UTV race. Additional details are listed below.
Warn Industries, the Official Winch of Ultra4, will have their consumer display and race support trailer located immediately to the right of the Main Meeting Tent entrance. Among the many WARN items on display will be the new ZEON Platinum winch. The ZEON Platinum will be powered and available for anyone to try the new and exciting wireless technology. WARN representatives will be available to answer questions while supporting racers and enthusiasts, and WARN products will be available through authorized dealers on the lakebed. Jessi Combs will be in the booth on Wednesday February 3rd to sign autographs from 12pm – 2pm.
Warn Industries is supporting many racers on the lakebed, including two-time King of the Hammers winner Shannon Campbell and TV personality Jessi Combs. Shannon Campbell will be racing in the #5AZ car qualifying during the Wednesday Night Power Hour for Fridays main Ultra4 Race. 2014 Queen of the Hammers and Spec Class winner, Jessi Combs will start on the front row of Thursday’s Rubicon Express Modified Class in the Savvy Offroad #88 car.
In 2015, fourteen of the seventeen 2015 Nitto King of the Hammers finishers had a WARN winch leading their helm to the checker flag. In 2016, WARN winches will again be well represented in all classes including Pro 4400 4×4 drivers who will start the week qualifying for Friday’s main race starting position. Wednesday’s WARN Team lineup of qualifiers includes Bailey Campbell, Wayland Campbell and Shannon Campbell of Campbell Racing, Greg Adler from Team 4 Wheel Parts and Jason Scherer of Rage 4th Racing. Thursday’s Every Man Challenge Race will be lined with WARN Winches including Jessi Combs #88 car and many others. Representing WARN in the UTV Class will be Todd Romano, Anthony Yount and Phil Cagliero among many others.
All racers running WARN Winches are welcome to come by the trailer for assistance or stickers to participate in the 2016 Contingency Program.
In order to qualify for the King of the Hammers Contingency Program, competitors must:
- Have a WARN winch mounted on the raced vehicle when crossing the finish line.
- Have two WARN decals 3.5” x 6.5” or larger clearly visible on your vehicle during the race.
- Your vehicle may not contain any competing winch company decals.
Payouts will be made to the winner of each of the following races in the amounts indicated.
Polaris RZR KOH UTV Race (Feb 3) First Place $200
Smittybilt Every Man Challenge (Feb 4)
Stock First Place $250
Mods First Place $250
Legends First Place $250
Nitto King of the Hammers (Feb 5)
First Place $750
Second Place $500
Third Place $250
Winners will need to contact Warn Industries at: firstname.lastname@example.org with their name, address, phone number, and race category and placement (for KOH Main Event) prior to March 31, 2016 to receive payment. Placing will be confirmed and payments will be processed and sent to address provided via USPS. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing.
For more information on WARN product lines, including Winches, Winch Accessories, Hoists, Bumpers, Off-Road Lights, Body Armor, Plow Systems, 4WD Hubs and 4×4 Fender Flares, please go to www.WARN.com. Join our Facebook page for the most current WARN information and to see vehicles sporting the WARN Brand www.facebook.com/WARNfans
About Warn Industries
Warn Industries is the world’s most recognized brand in off-road products such as hub locks and vehicle recovery winches. The company designs, manufactures and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive and powersport vehicles. Warn Industries has employees in and around Portland, Ore., Livonia, Mich., and the Netherlands. www.WARN.com