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BRP's Can-Am DS 450 Wins Inaugural races

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DS 450 Goes Two For Two At Olympia, Wa., WORCS; BRP Also Takes WPSA Manufacturer's Cup

Valcourt, Quebec, August 20, 2007 – When BRP Can-Am set out to build the ultimate 450-class ATV, the result was the Can-Am DS 450TM. At Round Seven of the World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS), Josh Frederick gave the DS 450 ATV its first wins in its very first races. The Epic/Can-Am Racing rider won Saturday's Open Pro ATV class and Sunday's Pro ATV classes convincingly. His team mate, Jeremy Schell, also took his DS 450 to the podium with a third-place finish in Pro ATV.

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