- Maverick X3 Pilot Kyle Chaney Wins Two Races at Crandon International Raceway
- Cody Miller Overcomes Mud and Rocks to Win AXCC Shootout at Cross Bar Ranch
Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle racers Kyle Chaney and Cody Miller each won races this past weekend, adding three additional victories in 2019 for Factory Can-Am.
Maverick X3 Pilot Kyle Chaney Wins Two in Crandon, Wis.
Kyle Chaney (Can-Am XPS Chaney Racing) won two Pro Mod SxS races over the weekend at the 26th Annual Forest County Potawatomi Bush Run at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway in Wisconsin. Chaney piloted his Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs Turbo R side-by-side vehicle to a win Saturday and then followed that up with another victory on Sunday (round two). Chaney was joined on the Pro Mod podium by two other Can-Am Maverick X3 racers on each day, giving Can-Am two podium sweeps on the weekend.
“Leaving Crandon International Off Road Raceway for the first time with back-to-back wins and a comfortable points lead,” stated Chaney. “I’m super proud that Can-Am also swept the Pro Mod podium with me all weekend.”
The Crandon event made up the first two rounds of the 2019 Lucas Oil Midwest Short Course League schedule. The next two rounds series are slated for July 12-13, at ERX Motor Park in Elk River, Minn.
Cody Miller Puts Maverick X3 Turbo R In AXCC Winner’s Circle
Cody Miller recorded his first American Cross Country Championship (AXCC) race victory of his career Sunday, winning round four held at Crossbar Ranch in Davis, Okla. Miller (Can-Am XPS Miller Racing) and co-pilot Allie Spurgeon outlasted the competition on a rain-soaked and rocky course and to earn the Pro Turbo UTV class win in their Maverick X3 X ds Turbo R side-by-side vehicle. The tandem was joined on the podium by two additional Can-Am Maverick X3 race teams. Hunter Miller, Cody’s older brother and fellow factory Can-Am racer ended up fourth, crossing the finish line on three wheels!
“The track was fast and slick with some big rock sections that absolutely tore the wheels off most of the cars out there, including my brothers,” stated Miller, who has two national cross-country racing championships on his resume. “A big thanks to Allie for being brave enough to jump in the passenger seat.
Round five of the AXCC series is June 29-30, in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. For more information about Can-Am off-road products, visit CanAmOffRoad.com.