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King of the Mountain Results Posted

The Pro Armor King of the Mountain proves to be the toughest SXS and ATV race in the country

Huntsville, TN (Sept 15, 2009) – The Pro Armor King of the Mountain Endurance Challenge lived up to the claim as the toughest Side X Side and ATV race in the country. The course, built by hard-core racers for hard-core racers, pushed all that raced to a level that they never thought was possible. Many of the racers commented that the course was much tougher than they expected, not believing the hype. Although exhausted, the majority of the racers said they would return next year with expectations of an even more extreme course. And the promoters will give it to them, as they vow to push the bar even higher for the toughest SXS and ATV race in the country.

Congratulations go out to SXS Class winners Mike Mahan and co- driver Chris Hickey, besting second place by 2 laps and logging 16 laps in a time of 4:03:02. ATV class winner Denny Carson, who completed 14 laps in a time of 4:07:42, also finished 2 laps in front. The winners of each race can now say they are the Baddest of the Bad – until next year.

“I hope we get to do it again next year! If you plan on racing, prepare for the toughest 4 hours SXS racing has seen yet.” – UTVWeekly.com

Please visit www.racekotm.com for results, photos and video of the Pro Armor King of the Mountain Endurance Challenge.

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