Warnert Racing’s Chris Borich Claims Win in
QTC Debut Race
Warnert Racing’s Can-Am Team claims yet
another WPSA Quadterrian Pro Stock Class Win at
Round Three with GNCC Pro Racer, Chris Borich,
carrying the team to victory.
For the first time this season, the WPSA &
GNCC races didn’t overlap, which opened the door
for both GNCC Pro Racers #2 Chris Borich & #6
Chris Bithell to make their Quadterrain
Challenge debut at Cooperland with the CanAm
Warnert Racing Team, and they quickly made their
presence known amongst the other competitors
with each claiming a win.
For Borich, his first ever Quadterrain win
came in the Main Event where he cleaned house.
Borich jumped out front to claim the Rock’N’Roll
Award after an intense early battle for the lead
with Arctic Cat’s Rory Beckman. The pair would
bounce off of each other on several occasions
and had the bent up bumpers to prove it, but in
the end, Borich was able to use his years of ATV
racing experience to outrun Beckman and secure
the win and the Biggest Mover Award on top of
Chris Borich went home on a high note with an
impressive tally of $3,500 in prize money, but
weekend didn’t start out as well. Upon arriving
to Oklahoma, Borich’s dad, Joe, was sent to the
hospital to have his appendix removed after
experiencing intense lower abdominal pain.
Fortunately, the appendix was removed before it
burst, and Joe’s surgery was a success, and he
returned to the track on Sunday to watch his son
win his first Quadterrain challenge event, which
had him smiling ear to ear.
As for Chris Bithell, he came out the gate in
his first heat with a third place finish, and he
followed up with a win in the second heat. In
the main, he was well on his way to another
Podium finish when he picked the wrong line
through the rocks and found himself stuck, which
dropped him back to the rear of the pack.
Bithell was able to charge his way back to a
10th place finish, and he is hooked. After
testing the rocks, mud, and logs this weekend,
he plans on attending all the remaining events
with Chris Borich that don’t conflict with the
Scott Kilby held the WPSA QuadTerrain Pro
Stock Points lead heading into Round 3, but a
series of bad luck this weekend kept him for
retaining his position out front, but he plans
to be back stronger than ever at the next round
With heavy rains leading up the Oklahoma
race, the double header weekend was postponed to
London, Kentucky, so Daniel Boone will host
Rounds 4 & 5 of the WPSA Series on June 16-17th.