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UTV World Championship Domination

Introducing our Champions

Do you know what almost never happens? A single-vehicle winning every championship it enters—especially against stronger-than-ever competition. 

At the 2019 UTV World Championships, the Maverick X3 took victories in Pro Turbo, Short Course, Unlimited, Sportsman, and Rally competition, with Phil Blurton claiming his 3rd consecutive UTVWC win. “It was a flawless day,” Blurton said after the race.

Cody Miller and Kyle Chaney battled it out in their Maverick X3 race cars, finishing just 4 seconds apart at the end of the Short Course race.

 

“I started off the race with a little bit of a conservative attitude, and by the end I was really laying the wood to it,” Miller said. “But it held together, and I’m here on top of the podium! The package that I’ve got right now, with S3 Powersports who put this car together, is incredible.”

 

Whether fully-modified for racing or with minor upgrades to suit your driving style, results like these are a testament to how versatile the Maverick X3 is for serious riding. All that’s left to do is to build a race-proven Maverick X3 for yourself.

CAN-AM RESULTS: 

Pro Turbo

1st - Phil Blurton (3rd consecutive UTVWC win!)

3rd - Jason Murray

 

Short Course

1st - Cody Miller

2nd - Kyle Chaney

 

Unlimited 

1st - Brett Comiskey

2nd - Michael Isom

 

Sportsman

1st - Cameron Meister

 

Rally

1st - Justin Bor