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Kyle Chaney claims his second straight XC1 Modified class victory at AMSOIL GNCC SxS Championship Series

Can-Am Maverick 1000R
In his home state of Ohio, Kyle Chaney (Chaney Racing / Turnkey / Can-Am)
won the XC1 Modified class at round four of the GNCC SxS Championship
Series in Millfield, Ohio. He is the current points leader with two rounds
remaining on the season.

The AMSOIL GNCC series held the 25th running of the John Penton GNCC in Millfield, Ohio. Can-Am racers had an outstanding weekend, winning all four 4×4 classes and taking home the top spot in the XC1 Modified side-by-side class.

The John Penton venue hosted round four of the GNCC SxS Championship Series. Kyle Chaney (Chaney Racing / Turnkey UTV / Can-Am) claimed his second straight XC1 Modified class victory to grow his points lead to 13. Crash Addict / PARCS / Can-Am pilot Treavis Poynter battled from the fifth row to earn a hard-fought second-place finish behind Chaney to give Can-Am a 1-2 finish. A total of six Can-Am vehicles finished in the top 10 at round four and seven are currently in the top 10 in the class points race. Can-Am Maverick 1000R side-by-side pilots Dave Plavi (Crash Addict / PARCS / Can-Am) and Marcus Pratt (Jack’s Excavating II / Can-Am) each made the XC2 Modified podium.

“The Maverick worked awesome and really handled the course. It was probably the tightest track we’ve seen all season and we didn’t have a single issue,” said Chaney. The lappers were a bit thick towards the end, but we kept the distance between us and second place.”

Kyle Chaney
Kyle Chaney (Chaney Racing / Turnkey UTV / Can-Am) claimed his second
straight XC1 Modified class victory to grow his points lead to 13
Can-Am ATV racers also scored all 12 podium spots in the 4×4 classes and were led by ATV Parts Plus / Can-Am Renegade® 800R X® xc rider Bryan Buckhannon, who won the 4×4 Pro class. Can-Am X-Team racers Kevin Trantham and Jordan Philips, respectively, joined him on the podium. The victory moved him to within seven points of Trantham, the class leader. Can-Am also swept the other three 4×4 classes, with victories going to Tanner Bowles (4×4 A/B; seven wins in a row), Nick Eichelberger (4×4 C; 4 wins in ‘14) and Chris Bragg (4×4 Sr.; first victory). 
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