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Pit Bull Tires UTV King of the Hammers $5,000 Purse Largest in History of UTV Racing

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JOHNSON VALLEY, CA, OCTOBER 10, 2009: The Pit Bull Tires UTV King of the Hammers race will be held on Thursday February 11th, 2009 as part of the week long Hammerking Productions event in Johnson Valley, CA. The first place purse for this stand alone race will be $5,000. There will also be multiple contingency opportunities. Pit Bull Tires has stepped up to the challenge and is proud to be

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