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Can-Am Maverick X3s to race Best in the Desert Vegas to Reno

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Today, the Can-Am X-Team racing teams S3 Racing (Dustin Jones / Shane Dowden) and Murray Racing (Derek and Jason Murray) have unveiled their wicked Can-Am Maverick X3 race vehicles in Las Vegas. Both teams will compete this weekend in the UTV Unlimited Pro class in the Vegas To Reno race - The Longest Off-Road Race in the United States - as part of the Best In The Desert series.


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The new Maverick X3 Turbo race vehicles are mostly stock except for a few key safety and racing requirements.
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