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Warnert Racing
Warnert Racing’s Scott Kilby Claims the Win & Points Lead at South Fork

Scott Kilby at the South Fork WPSA
Scott Kilby at the South Fork WPSA

For the second straight race, the WPSA & GNCC events overlapped, which forced Scott Kilby to miss his second GNCC race of the season and relinquish his 4x4 Open points lead after three consecutive wins, but Kilby hasn’t missed a beat in his transition to the WPSA Powersports ATV Tour as he claims yet another win in the QuadTerrain Challenge and takes over the series points lead.

Round 2 of the WPSA Series was held at South Fork Dirt Riders Club in Taylorville, IL, which proved to be an extremely demanding course in 2006, and it lived up to its reputation in 2007 with a rougher log section and a monstrous mud pit, which played havoc on many of the competitors.

Scott Kilby during a GNCC race.
Scott Kilby during a GNCC race.

After securing two top three finishes in heats, Scott Kilby, went out and dominated the QuadTerrain Pro Stock Class Main on his Warnert Racing’s prepped CanAm Outlander 650, and he wasn’t alone with teammate, Adam Vaughn, securing the second spot and his first 2007 Podium appearance.

The win catapulted Kilby into the points lead and Adam Vaughn jumped into the top five as he continues to prove himself on the track as a rider to watch, and Tony Baker finished respectively in 12th place.

The Warnert Racing team was missing two of its top pro racers this past weekend with GNCC Pro Racer, Chris Borich, and WORCS Pro Racer, Josh Frederick, both missing from the lineup as they continue to lead the pro points in their primary racing series, but the pair will join the already potent Warnert Racing Team in Oklahoma for the Double Header Round the first weekend of June, and with a full Warnert Racing CanAm lineup it should prove to be another exciting weekend of racing.


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