(after 8 of 13 rounds)
1. Adam McGill, Honda, 202 pt.
2. Walker Fowler, Yamaha, 180 pt.
3. Jarrod McClure, Honda, 137 pt.
4. Brycen Neal, Yamaha, 126 pt.
5. Chris Borich, Yamaha, 126 pt.
(after 4 of 6 rounds)
1. Kyle Chaney, Can-Am, 102 pt.
2. Larry Hendershot Jr., Can-Am, 78 pt.
3. Mouse Pratt, Can-Am, 64 pt.
4. Treavis Poynter, Can-Am 55 pt.
5. Bill Patterson, Polaris, 43 pt.
for the UTV classes. At the finish it was
Kyle Chaney in his Can-Am finishing
first, followed by Treavis Poynter in
second and finishing off the podium
was Larry Hendershot Jr. driving a
Round seven was held in
Masontown, West Virginia. Kyle
Chaney was able to walk away with
the win again, followed by Larry
Hendershot Jr. in second place, with
Tim Farr rounding out the top three.
Round eight took place in Millfield,
Ohio. Kyle Chaney pulled off another
first-place win. Mouse Pratt managed
to finish a strong second place with
Tim Farr in third.
The popular growing class of the
Polaris Ace is getting a lot of attention. With fierce competition between
the top three drivers of Doug Fortner,
S. Yokley, and Marc Spataro, each
driver has won at least one of the four
rounds already taken place. ❏
Larry Hendershot, Kyle Chaney and Tim Farr line up on the podium to receive their
trophies. UTV drivers get to have a passenger ride along to help navigate the tight,
Adam McGill celebrates after one of his
wins at a previous round. McGill is the
current points leader for the XC1 Pro
Kyle Chaney is the points leader for the XC1 Pro UTV class,
driving a well-built Can-Am. Here, Chaney shows his smooth
driving that gets him to the finish.
During the pros’ two-hour race, pit stops are crucial for refueling and fresh goggles. Racers can take a few seconds to
relax and get some fluids before continuing on to the finish.