Nitrocross has announced an additional class for its season finale next weekend, with Side-by-Side PRO joining the bill at the double-header event at Planet Hollywood in L as Vegas.

Running as well as the championship’s usual Side-by-Side class (pictured) – which features identical Can-Am Maverick X3s – SxS PRO will feature a field of vehicles from Polaris and Yamaha as well as Can-Am.

The vehicles in the class feature a high flow exhaust system and suspension alterations, with 250 horsepower coming from their modified engines fueled by Boostane UTV96 race gas.

The top two drivers in the standings of Nitrocross’ regular SxS category, Kainan Baker and Tyler Remmereid, will contest the class along with two-time Baja 100 winner, double Crandon and LOORRS Pro Lite champion, UTV world champion and Extreme E race winner RJ Anderson and his brother, 2020 UTV World and 2021 SXS Pro NA champion Ronnie Anderson.

They will be joined by Pro Turbo UTV race winner Jeb Bootle, motocross convert Damon Bradshaw, 2020 Championship Off-Road Pro Lite champion John Holtger, UTV racing champion Cash LeCroy, father-son duo Rodney and Owen Van Eperen, and UTV race winner and vehicle tuner Kory Willis.

Nitrocross’ usual SxS class will also have its biggest field of the season, with 12 drivers entered in the single-make Can-Am category. Regulars Baker, Remmeried, Leticia Bufoni, Donald “Cowbow” Cerrone, Gray Leadbetter, and Travis Pastrana will be joined by Alyanna Baker, Banks Hovey, Zach Lumsden, Amanda and Branden Sorensen, and Adam Thomelius.

Both SxS classes will feature on Nitrocross’ biggest racing bill ever, which will be headlined by the all-electric Group E category, as well as Nitrocross NEXT – racing with the venerable SuperCar Lites cars for the final time – and Class 11 Baja Bugs.