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Can-Am ATV & SxS Racers Sweep Podiums at Powerline Park GNCC
Kevin Cunningham Wins 2016 Pro 4x4 ATV Championship

St. Clairsville, OH (10/3/2016) -  Can-Am ATV and side-by-side vehicle racers put on a dominating show at round 12 of the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) racing series, sweeping both the XC1 Pro UTV and 4x4 Pro ATV classes in St. Clairsville, Ohio.

Can-Am 4x4 ATV Racing
In the 4x4 Pro ATV division, Can-Am 4x4 racers went 1-2-3 for the third consecutive race. Cody Miller notched his second straight 10 a.m. overall and class victory and third victory on the season to climb into sole possession of third place in the class point standings.

Kevin Cunningham GNCC Racing
Can-Am Renegade X xc 1000R racer Kevin Cunningham's second-place finish at Powerline Park GNCC in Ohio was enough to clinch the 2016 GNCC 4x4 Pro ATV class Championship.

Riding his Cunningham Racing / Can-Am Renegade X xc 1000R ATV, Kevin Cunningham took the runner-up spot to Miller at Powerline Park, which earned him enough points to wrap up the 2016 4x4 Pro ATV Championship with one round remaining. For the season, Cunningham has tallied 291 points thus far by notching four wins (one 10 a.m. overall) and 10 podiums. In the last six GNCC events, Cunningham has posted three of his victories and six total podiums. That late-season momentum certainly helped push Cunningham to the class title. 

The 4x4 Pro ATV class third place position at round 12 went to Can-Am Renegade X xc 1000R racer Bryan Buckhannon. Although, the multi-time champion wasn’t able to take home the 2016 title, his own impressive late-season run that saw him post six consecutive podiums pushed him to second place in the point standings. Buckhannon continued to expand upon his GNCC legacy, adding one win and seven podium finishes thus far in 2016.

Can-Am 4x4 ATV racers also won four other classes in Ohio, taking a sweep in the 4x4 A/B and posting class victories in the 4x4 C and 4x4 Senior (40+), and Silver Masters (55+) classes in Ohio.

Cody Miller GNCC Racing
Cody Miller earned two podiums in Ohio, taking the win on his Can-Am Outlander in the GNCC 4x4 Pro ATV class and the runner-up spot in the XC1 Pro UTV class in his Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicle

Can-Am Side-By-Side Vehicle Racing
Kyle Chaney easily won the UTV overall and XC1 Pro UTV class in his Can-Am Maverick X xc 1000R side-by-side vehicle. Chaney, the defending, two-time XC1 Pro UTV class champion, has now won the last two GNCC events. With three total victories and points from two other races this season, Chaney has climbed to within 26 points of Cody Miller for the class points lead.

GNCC Racing Pro SxS class Podium
Can-Am SXS Racers swept the GNCC Pro UTV Podium

Miller, who took second at round 12, continues to impress behind the wheel of his Can-Am Maverick X xc 1000R. In his first full season of GNCC racing, the Texas racer has notched two wins and is a perfect 5-for-5 in podium appearances. Miller will need to finish in the top 15 at the Ironman GNCC finale, Oct. 29-30, in Indiana, to secure the coveted XC1 Pro UTV title. On the season — one in which he’s competing in both ATV and UTV Pro classes — Miller has earned a total of five class wins and 10 podiums.

Kyle Chaney GNCC Racing
Can-Am Maverick 1000R racer Kyle Chaney notched his third win of 2016, taking the overall and XC1 Pro UTV class win in Ohio

Tim Farr completed the Can-Am XC1 Pro UTV podium and UTV overall podium sweep with a solid third-place finish in his home state of Ohio. Farr now has four straight, top-four finishes to climb into third place in the class point standings.

Hunter Miller GNCC Racing
Racing his Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicle at Powerline Park, Hunter Miller recorded his first XC2 Pro Sport UTV class victory of 2016

Can-Am racers also won the XC2 Pro Sport UTV (Hunter Miller), XC3 Pro-Am UTV and Amateur Limited UTV classes in Ohio. Dave Plavi is the current points leader in the Pro Sport UTV class, while Josh Davis has climbed to within two points of the lead in the XC3 ranks, after notching his second win of 2016 in Ohio. Three Can-Am pilots will carry their three-man race for the Amateur Limited UTV class crown at the Ironman finale, as just five points separate first place from third place.

About BRP
BRP (TSX: DOO) is a global leader in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and marketing of powersports vehicles and propulsion systems. Its portfolio includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am all-terrain and side-by-side vehicles, Can-Am Spyder roadsters, Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems as well as Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles and recreational aircraft. BRP supports its line of products with a dedicated parts, accessories and clothing business. With annual sales of over CA$3 billion from 105 countries, the Company employs approximately 7,100 people worldwide.

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