Wienen and Borich Sweep up at Daniel Boone
Chad Wienen won his second consecutive
SuperQuad Pro 450 Race on Sunday.
LONDON, Ky. (June 17, 2007) -- Chad Wienen
out-muscled the SuperQuad Pro 450 competition
and Chris Borich survived a wild QuadTerrain
contest during the second round of Pro WPSA
PowerSports ATV Tour competition Sunday. The
event, the Blue Ridge Open Championship, was
held at Daniel Boone Motocross Park.
The race will be telecast on ESPN2 on
Saturday, July 21 at noon EDT.
Wienen (No. 44 Team Rockstar, MSR, Pro Taper,
Yoshimura/Suzuki) showed his conditioning over
the several weeks worked, as he followed John
Natalie, Jr. (No. 13 Maxxis, Elka/Honda) for
much of the race before pouncing, taking the
lead late and winning his second race of the
weekend. Following Wienen past Natalie were his
teammates Dustin Wimmer (No. 191 MSR, Pro Taper,
Yoshimura/Suzuki) and Doug Gust (No. 55 Team
Rockstar, MSR, Pro Taper, Yoshimura/Suzuki),
making for a podium sweep by Suzuki.
"We spent the last few weeks at (Race Team
Coordinator) Jeremiah Jones' place training for
this event," explained Wienen. "I learned a lot
from the track, and it also helped me with my
"I really think it came down to conditioning
today," added Wienen. "The heat made it very
Harold Goodman (No. 708 Houser Racing/Honda)
won the 1,000 QUAD Magazine Holeshot award.
Chris Borich led a sweep by Can-Am of
the QuadTerrain podium.
Borich (No. 2 Warnert Racing/Can-Am) took the
holeshot at the beginning of the QuadTerrain Pro
Stock final, and wasn't headed. He led a Can-Am
sweep of the podium, ahead of Chris Bithell (No.
6 Warnert Racing/Can-Am) and Scott Kilby (No.
207 Warnert Racing/Can-Am).
"It's great to lead the sweep for Can-Am,"
said Borich of his second WPSA victory of the
season. "Warnert Racing, Can-Am, and my entire
crew have just done a fabulous job getting my
bike ready. It was perfect right out of the
Borich also won the Holeshot Technologies
Rock'n'Roll Award, worth $1,000, for exiting the
QuadTerrain course's rock section first.
The winners of the $500 ATVSource.com Fastest
Mover Awards, given in both Pro classes to the
riders who move up the most positions from
qualifying, went to Adam Vaughn (No. 83 Warnert
Racing/Can-Am) and Richard Pelchat (No. 46
Yamaha Motor Canada/Yamaha).
Other winners during the weekend were:
SuperQuad Pro-Am: Cody Miller (No. 22
A Class: Chris Bowen (No. 6 Fox Shox/Suzuki)
B Class: Houston Lowder (No. 701 L&J
C Class: Danny Cooper (No. 198 Kellogg's/Honda)
Women A: Michelle Natalie (No. 13 Maxxis, Elka/Honda)
Women B/C: Michelle Suciu (No. 5 Wheelz Up
16-24: Greg Gee (No. 10 Fox Shox/Honda)
Plus 25: Dane Heilman (No. 07 JPMX/Honda)
Plus 35: Randy Hurst (No. 50 RH Aluminum/Honda)
Open Amateur: Adam Warren (No. 557 Ace
Production Lites: Cody Janssen (No. 25 Janssen
0-50cc Limited 4-6: Jordan Digby (No. 88 OMF
0-50cc Production 6-8: Kyle Stuckey (No. 56
51-70 Production 6-11: Nicholas Gennusa (No. 15
Zebu Forno & Cafe/Honda Cobra)
0-70cc Shifter 6-11: Samuel Rowe (No. 38 Janssen
71-90, 75-125 8-11: Nicholas Gennusa (No. 15
Zebu Forno & Cafe/Honda Cobra)
71-90, 75-125 12-15: Turner Holderfield (No. 8
90cc Production 8-15: Colby Brake (No. 862 VPE/Kasea)
75-125 8-15: Grantt Darnell (No. 128 Scott Cain
90, 125 Modified 8-15: Dallas Tapscott (No. 48
Supermini: Joel Hetrick (No. 88 Hetrick Racing/JB
Results are available at
The next race for the PowerSports ATV Tour,
the GBC Virginia National, is scheduled from
June 29 to July 1 at Virginia Motorsports Park
in Petersburg, Va.
About the PowerSports ATV Tour
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premier professional ATV racing circuit,
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series action as well as more than 20 amateur
classes for adults, women and children. 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
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