— Racing brothers Cody and Hunter Miller, factory Yamaha and Can-Am pilots, will be racing for the XC1 UTV Pro championship this Saturday at the Ironman GNCC finale and motorsports festival. Defending champion Cody leads brother Hunter by 3 points (111-108) heading into the final, despite being winless for 2017, and a win is worth 30 points. Hunter topped the class at the second UTV GNCC in his Maverick 1000R, and whoever finishes higher in the Ironman will likely be champion.
With his overall win at the Powerline Park GNCC, former champion Kyle Chaney mathematically has a chance at the XC1 UTV Pro title with 81 points heading into Crawfordsville, Indiana, but it would have a be a perfect storm. Chaney would have to win, more than 21 XC1 UTV Pros would have to enter, and neither Miller could finish higher than 21st. If that unlikely scenario does happen, Chaney would tie Cody with 111 points and take the title with two first-place finishes.