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Can-Am Wins UTV King of the Hammers for Third Year in a Row

2022 Can-Am King of the Hammers

Valcourt, Quebec, February 7, 2021 — Continuing a recurring theme in off-road races all over the world, Can-Am racer, Kyle Chaney, crossed the finish line first at the 2022 Can-Am UTV King of the Hammers this past weekend. Chaney’s victory was the second in a row for him, and the third in a row for a Can-Am driver at the event, which is considered the toughest single-day race in the world. Following closely behind Chaney were Can-Am drivers Hunter Miller and Paul Wolff, locking in a third podium sweep in a row for Can-Am.

Kyle Chaney

Kyle Chaney

“It’s awesome to be the back-to-back champion at King of the Hammers,” said Can-Am Racer, Kyle Chaney. “That was one of the toughest races I have ever done. We broke a winch and I thought our day was done, but we ended up working out of it and coming through. It was awesome and I feel great!”

Hunter Miller

Hunter Miller

HIGHLIGHTS of the 2022 Can-Am UTV King of the Hammers:

  1. Chaney finished with a time of 4:26:02.193
  2. H. Miller finished with a time of 4:46:33.753
  3. Wolff finished with a time of 4:58:05.775
  4. Only about 30 of the 124 entered UTVs finished the race in the nine-hour time limit
  5. Can-Am once again proved why it is the brand of choice for performance drivers
Paul Wolff

Paul Wolff

In addition to the outstanding performance from Can-Am drivers in the UTV PRO Modified Class, Can-Am driver, Cody Miller, finished in 8th position in the 4400 Unlimited Class race on Saturday, Feb. 5. Miller took his Can-Am Maverick X3 up against fully modified vehicles that are not limited by tire size, engine or chassis design. Despite overwhelming size differences between the UTVs and the unlimited class vehicles, C. Miller put up a fight with his impressive top 10 finish.

2022 also marked the first year for the King of the Hammers Can-Am UTV Grudge Match. In this format, the top 20 finishers of the UTV competition are invited to compete in a 4-lap race held on the UTV qualifying course. Can-Am team racer, Brian Deegan, and co-driver Terry Madden crossed the finish line in first place.

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