Can-Am DS 450 and Commander 1000 X Racers Post Several Wins In North America

Hunter Miller Wins TQRA SXS Title in Commander 1000 X

Valcourt, Québec, June 12, 2012 – Can-Am® ATV and side-by-side riders won races in several different classes and series in both the U.S. and Canada. Leading the way at round five of the New England ATV Motocross Series (NEATV-MX), BCS Performance / Can-Am DS 450™ pro Josh Creamer swept both the Pro and Pro-Am classes in New Hampshire. In Texas, Hunter Miller won the Open Expert and Pro-Am classes aboard his DS 450 ATV in the Texhoma Quad Racing Association (TQRA) series. Hunter and his brother Cody Miller also competed in the Texas Off-Road Nationals (TORN) series on Saturday and each notched class victories in their Commander™ 1000 X® side-by-side vehicles. Can-Am X-Team racers also won separate racing events in Iowa and Canada.


Hunter Miller (Louis Powersports / Can-Am) piloted his Commander 1000 X to victory at a recent TORN event and to the 2012 TQRA SxS class Championship.

“Josh Creamer, who won both the Pro and Pro-Am classes on his DS 450 in New Hampshire, dominated in the NEATV-MX series once again. He continues to impress during his pursuit of a double championship in 2012,” stated Jimmie O’Dell, Race Manager, Can-Am. “The Miller brothers were unbelievable in Texas, competing and winning in two different series. Hunter, who also won the TQRA SxS title for Can-Am, had a exceptionally strong weekend in both the Commander 1000 X and on board the DS 450 ATV.”


Can-Am DS 450 Pro Josh Creamer won four motos and both the Pro and Pro-Am classes on his BCS Performance-backed ATV in New Hampshire.

MX101 in Epping, N.H., hosted round five of the NEATV-MX series. In Pro class action, Creamer took both holeshots and checked out on the competition in each moto on his way to a 1-1 sweep and overall victory, his fifth of the year. He mirrored that performance in the Pro-Am class, posting another 1-1 sweep to further his class points lead. Can-Am racer Michael Troiano finished second in the Pro-Am class.

“The BCS Performance / Can-Am DS 450 was running awesome this weekend and everything went according to plan. It was a great weekend for us and I am really happy to put Can-Am on top of the podium again,” said Creamer.


Michael Troiano was second in the Pro-Am class aboard his Can-Am DS 450.

Four amateur Can-Am DS 450 racers won five classes at MX101. Mike Kamalsky won both the 30+ A and 40+classes. Matt Pomeroy (25+), Chris Dipietro (Production A) and Ryan Dyer (Production B) each won their class.

In Texas, the weekend was long but rewarding for Hunter and Cody Miller, as both Can-Am X-Team racers earned victories in their home state. This past Saturday, Hunter and Cody traveled to Legacy Farm in Paradise, Texas, to race their Can-Am Commander 1000 X side by sides. Hunter led every lap as he won the UTV Unlimited class. Not to be outdone, Cody also posted a dominant win in the UTV Limited class. The brothers then drove to Oak Hill MX in Alvord, Texas, to race round seven of the TQRA series.



Cody Miller won the UTV Limited class in the TORN series at Legacy Farm in Paradise, Texas.

Hunter, who secured the 2012 TQRA SXS class Championship at round six, outgunned his brother in both the Pro and Pro-Am classes, earning two overall victories on his Louis Powersports-backed Can-Am DS 450. He posted 1-1 moto scores to win the Open Expert class, while Cody finished second. In the Pro-Am class, Cody won the first moto, but Hunter earned the second-moto victory to notch another overall for the weekend.

“It was a fun racing this weekend. Cody and I had a great battle going on in the final Open Expert moto, but I was able to get the win, so I’m pretty happy about that,” said Hunter Miller. “I’m really happy to give Can-Am a SxS Championship as well this year, and I’m going to do everything I can to give them another one.”


Hunter Miller leads his younger brother Cody Miller around a berm at round seven of the TQRA series. Hunter won the Pro and Pro-Am classes in Alvord.


At the Courses VTT Quadcross series in Ste-Sophie de Levrard, QC, Can-Am X-Team racer Richard Pelchat won the Pro 450 class on his DS 450. Elie Desroches also rode a Can-Am DS 450 to victory in the Intermediate class.

At Hawkeye Downs in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Can-Am X-Team / CR21 Racing rider Zach Harris pulled all the holeshots in both his classes to take the overall wins in the Quad A and Quad A Production classes.

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