Press Release –
BRP’s Can-Am X-Team racers proved the superiority of the OutlanderTM ATV once again with multiple wins and championships at the Grand National Cross Country [GNCC] Ironman race in Crawfordsville, Ind. on October 21.
Racers on Can-AmTM ATVs won both Utility class races and secured both Utility class season championships.
Michael Swift won the Ironman Utility Stock class race, clinching his first GNCC season championship title. X-Team racer Scott Kilby claimed the Utility Modified class by a slim margin over fellow Can-Am racer Brock Parker.
It is Kilby’s seventh GNCC Utility championship title. Both Kilby and Parker are signed to ride on Can-Am ATVs in 2007.
Rick Cecco and Jeremy Dudding took the top two podium spots in the Ironman Utility Mod race on their Outlander quads.
“Two championships titles and nine wins – this was a great first full season of GNCC cross-country competition for BRP, the Can-Am brand, and our Outlander quads,” said Bernard Guy, ATV Marketing Director. “Racing isn’t just part of our heritage, it’s a part of our future, and it’s an important part of our product development process. We’re taking what we learn on the track and applying it to the vehicles ATVers buy every day.”