Kyle Chaney Clinches
GNCC XC1 Win and Points Lead
Kyle Chaney's Camp
Coker GNCC XC1 UTV Race Report
Pataskala, OH (4/26/2017) -
Can-Am/XPS Lubricants/CT Raceworx driver Kyle
Chaney kicked won the XC1 Pro SXS race at the
Camp Coker GNCC in Society Hill, SC. In the process,
Chaney took the points lead after his dominating
Kyle Chaney secured the Camp Coker GNCC
XC1 Pro SXS Win, which boosted him into
the points lead
With dust a major problem at the track, Chaney
knew he had to get up front early. Though he missed
the holeshot, he came out third. He was quickly
in the lead going into the track’s first woods
section and he never looked back from there,
“From there I just tried to keep a good gap on
them,” said Chaney. “I don’t know how far ahead
I was, but I could see them coming into the motocross
track and just tried to set a gap from there.
The dust was pretty bad. If you were right behind
someone, you were getting dusted out. It was nice
to get my Can-Am out front early and stay out
of the dust.
Kyle Chaney charged his way into the lead
early in the first lap & held the lead
to the checkered flag for the win in his
“My Can-Am Maverick was awesome,” added Chaney.
“The track was pretty rutted out, but the Fox
shocks worked great and the Maxxis Tires really
The race was round two of UTV racing in the GNCC
series. Chaney finished third in the first round.
Combined with his victory, he now holds an eight-point
lead going into the next race at his home track
in Millfield, OH.
“We’re excited to take over the points lead going
into the next race,” said Chaney. “That’s my home
track so we’re looking for more good results there.”
Kyle Chaney now holds onto a tight 8 point
lead in the Pro XC1 SXS Class heading into
the his home-state race the John Penton
While many teams are always looking for the next
great thing to make their car more competitive,
Chaney takes a more conservative approach. He
has stuck with the same sponsors and the same
Can-Am Maverick for the last five years.
“We just have this car dialed in,” said Chaney.
“We’ve been racing it for four or five years.
We’ve stuck with the sponsors I’ve been with and
we’re successful every year.”
Chaney will return to GNCC competition at the
next round of UTV competition at the John Penton
at Sunday Creek Raceway in Millfield, OH. That
race is scheduled for May 27-28.
Kyle Chaney 2017 Sponsors:
Can-Am Off-Road, Maxxis Tires, CT Race Worx, FOX,
DWT Racing, Factory UTV, Ballistic Performance
Components LLC, Bell Powersports, SCOTT Sports,
The Tire Ball Company (TireBalls), Rival Motorsports,
SSI Decals, Beard Seats, DP Brakes, STM Powersports,
MPI Wheels, Gates belts, Addict Racing Engines,
Millennium technology's, NSK Bearings