Can-Am X-Team racer Cody Miller made history at the inaugural Camp Coker Bullet Grand National Cross Country race in Society Hill, S.C., becoming the first racer to win a 4x4 Pro ATV class and the XC1 Pro UTV class on the same day. Miller was also joined by Can-Am X-Team teammates on the UTV overall and class podiums, giving Can-Am a sweep.
“Cody Miller was outstanding in South Carolina, winning both premier GNCC Pro classes he entered and making the morning and UTV overall podiums,” said Jeff Leclerc, racing project leader, Can-Am. “Miller has matured as a racer, and it’s nice to see him continue to make huge strides toward winning both championships this year in his first full season of GNCC racing. Kevin Cunningham, Tim Farr and Steve Matko each made their respective class podiums as well in South Carolina, so it was a good weekend for Can-Am.”
“What a weekend! All year, I’ve been dreaming of bringing home a first place in both the 4x4 Pro and the XC1 Pro SxS classes,” said Miller. “I was finally able to make that dream a reality at the Camp Cocker Bullet GNCC, marking my name down in the history books as the first one to put down a double win in these two Pro classes. With its large motocross section and lots of fast fields, this new property showcased the speed, power and handling of both my Can-Am Outlander XT-P and Maverick X ds 1000R vehicles. I’m on a mission to bring home two championships in 2017, but still have work to do.”
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