Photography: Daniel Schenkelberg

At just 26 years of age, Sara Price is already an accomplished racer. Starting on two wheels at eight years old, she racked up an impressive 19 amateur titles in motocross. She still holds the record as the most winning female amateur to date. On top of that, Sara has medaled at the X Games in Women’s Super X and been part of a factory-backed motocross team. Outside of racing, she has worked as a stunt woman in the film industry, started her racing academy, won the Next Female Hoonigan competition, and even entered the Miss California beauty pageant.

After all of those achievements, Sara could have easily hung up her helmet with pride. However, with racing in her blood that wasn’t going to happen. She quickly transitioned to four wheels where she has proven to be just as adept behind the wheel. She raced UTVs in the WORCs series, became the first American UTV team to compete in the Rally Aicha Des Gazelles in Africa, was undefeated in the Terracross Championship, and became the first female driver to compete in the Stadium Super Truck Series. Sara has also been hauling ass across the desert in the RPM Racing Trick Truck where she has ironwomaned to 5th in class at the 2018 Baja 500 as well as a 2nd place finish at the Tijuana Desert Challenge. Yes, Sara is badass and can go fast in whatever she drives.

For 2019, Sara joined the 4WP team of drivers and athletes. Her first challenge of the year was to take on the notoriously difficult King Of The Hammers race. The mission was to try to put her Polaris RZR XP Turbo S on the podium. While things didn’t exactly go to plan, it did make for a great story. Check out the video as Sara takes us behind the scenes of her KOH effort.