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Murray Racing Wins SCORE Championship With Can-Am Maverick Turbo
Can-Am Desert Racing Team Wraps Up Pro UTV Turbo Class Title in Mexico
The Can-Am / Murray Racing desert racing team of Derek and Jason Murray earned their first SCORE International side-by-side vehicle class championship November 20 in Baja California, Mexico. The brothers, who have raced consistently all year long, came into the round third in the class point standings. Another solid finish meant a shot at winning the Pro UTV Forced Induction (Turbo) title. The brothers, along with fellow driver Logan Gastel, earned their first SCORE International championship with their sixth-place finish at the 49th annual Baja 1000.
Hoonigan releases ‘Battle Broyale’ video featuring Can-Am Maverick X3
The #BattleBROyale starts now! Team Block vs Team Baldwin. Three courses, six drivers, plenty of mayhem. Enjoy the show!
Dubbed “Battle BROyale,” which features two, three-driver teams of Hoonigan and Can-Am-backed athletes batting for off-road supremacy in three extreme environments.
Can-Am Maverick X3 Side-by-Side Vehicle WINS Vegas To Reno Race
The Murray Racing brothers Jason and Derek Murray competed in two different classes in two different Can-Am Maverick turbo vehicles. Jason Murray drove the No. 2927 Can-Am Maverick X3, while his brother Derek piloted the No. 917 Maverick MAX Turbo. Jason earned a statement-making victory with the all-new Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle in its first official race. Derek drove his Maverick to victory in the Turbo Pro Production class and a third-place overall amongst all UTV classes. The Can-Am / Murray Racing teams outlasted 60-some other entrants and 650 miles of brutal desert terrain to stand atop the podium in two separate classes at the Vegas To Reno race, which BITD calls “the longest off-road race in the United States.”
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