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DWT (Formerly Douglas Wheel)

WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (March 9, 2007) — DWT (formerly Douglas Wheel) renewed its sponsorship of the WPSA PowerSports ATV Tour’s QuadTerrain Challenge Series. DWT will again back the QTC’s grueling rock crawl and log jam sections during the 2007 season, underscoring its commitment to the ATV utility market.

Additionally, DWT becomes official race wheel of Team Kawasaki’s WPSA racing teams. With valuable television and record prize monies drawing the top competitors in professional ATV racing, Kawasaki joins Suzuki, Yamaha, Arctic Cat and BRP in fielding factory teams.

“We’re excited to be return to the PowerSports ATV Tour family,” said DWT president and company founder, Doug Henline. “The QuadTerrain Challenge Class is a perfect venue to showcase our new ‘LiteCast’ cast aluminum wheel line and Performance BeadLock system—and the racers can’t wait to use them on the tracks. ”

Throughout its rich history, Douglas Wheel has been evolving for the future; expanding its design, engineering and manufacturing resources. In 2006, the company modernized its name to DWT. The new iconic brand logo, carries DNA from its previous identity and the acronym brings the brand’s lineage and commitment to “technology” to the fore.

“We are delighted DWT has returned to the PowerSports ATV Tour," said PowerSports Entertainment, Inc. CEO Rick Murphy. “DWT’s advanced wheel technology will definitely raise the level of competition in QuadTerrain Challenge.”

About the PowerSports ATV Tour
The PowerSports ATV Championship Tour is North America’s premier professional ATV racing circuit, featuring QuadMX, QuadTerrain and SuperSport Pro series action as well as more than 20 amateur classes for adults, women and children. All 2007 Tour races will be telecast on ESPN2. The Tour is sanctioned by the World PowerSports Association, North America’s most respected snowmobile and ATV sanctioning body, and a promoter of ATV and snowmobile racing on both the regional and national level. For more information, please visit

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