Ultra4 Racing is the epitome of grueling off-road competition, and the famed King of the Hammers in the Johnson Valley in California is one of the most difficult and extreme off-road competitions in the world. And with a clear 1-2-3 sweep in the ULTRA4 4600 stock-class, it’s clear that Bronco brand and it’s drivers are thriving in this desert it was born for.
Winning the ULTRA4 4600 stock-class was the team of Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Loren Healey in the No. 2567 Bronco 4600, while the team of Brad Lovell and his brother Roger Lovell in the No. 4621 Bronco 4600 placed second, and Bailey Cole and Jason Scherer placed third in the No. 13 Bronco 4600 today.
Each of the podium-winning Bronco 4600 race vehicles are built from factory stock Bronco two-door SUV chassis and powered by race-bred 2.7-liter EcoBoost® V6 engine with competition-tuned High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (HOSS) System. The same Built Wild innovative design and durability testing that went into the Bronco two- and four-door SUVs is inherent in Bronco 4600 race vehicle, which serves as a test bed for Ford Performance parts and accessories.