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PETERSBURG, Va. (July 1, 2007) -- John Natalie, Jr. and Chris Borich swept the Pro ATV finals on Sunday, part of the GBC National WPSA PowerSports ATV Tour events at Virginia Motorsports Park. The event will be telecast on Saturday, Aug. 25 at 1 p.m. EDT.

Natalie (No. 13 Elka, Maxxis/Honda) passed $1,000 Quad Magazine Holeshot Award winner Keith Little (No. 12 Lonestar/Honda) on the second lap and then held off a hard-charging Chad Wienen to net the victory, his second of the day. Wienen (No. 44 Team Rockstar, MSR, Pro Taper, Yoshimura/Suzuki) was second, ahead of Dustin Wimmer (No. 191 MSR, Pro Taper, Yoshimura/Suzuki).

"I think this is the best I've ridden all year," said Natalie. "I had a little more than a week to prepare for this race, which is the most I've had all year due to injuries. So that really paid off.

"Points are so important right now," added Natalie. "With just three races left, I'm right back in it, and that's good, because the Suzukis are coming. Then again, I like the pressure. Bring it on!"

Borich (No. 2 Warnert Racing/Can-Am) outclassed the QuadTerrain Pro Stock field, leading every lap of the final after winning the $1,000 Holeshot Technologies "Rock'n'Roll" Award for leaving the track's rock crawl first. Rory Beckman (No. 10 Jack LInk's/Arctic Cat) was second, followed by Chris Bithel (No. 6 Warnert Racing/Can-Am).

"This is great for Can-Am," said Borich. "I'm here to help Can-Am, and I'm having a ball doing it. This is great."

Borich and Jason Dunkelberger (No. 19 Lost Creek Cycles/Suzuki) won the $500 ATV Source Biggest Mover Awards for moving up the most positions in the Pro finals from their qualifying spots.

Other winners during the weekend were:

SuperQuad Pro-Am: Mark Kendall (No. 21 Baldwin Motorsports/Kawasaki)
A Class: William Cottage (No. 14 Hetrick Racing/Honda)
B Class: Chase Snapp (No. 122 K&N/Yamaha)
C Class: Danny Cooper (No. 198 Kellogg's/Honda)
Women A: Angela Butler (No. 1 LoneStar Racing/Honda)
Women B/C: Michelle Suciu (No. 5 Wheelz Up Racing/Suzuki)
16-24: Greg Gee (No. 10 Fox Shox/Honda)
Plus 25: Chad Lohr (No. 24 Jarmans Sportcycles/Suzuki)
Plus 35: Randy Hurst (No. 50 RH Aluminum/Honda)
Open Amateur: Cody Anderson (No. 87 Custom ATV Sport/Honda)
Production Lites: Jeffrey Rastrelli (No. 28 J&J Motorsports/Honda)
0-50cc Limited 4-6: Jordan Digby (No. 88 OMF Wheels/DRR)
0-50cc Production 6-8: Alex Hammond (No. 171 Cobra)
51-70 Production 6-11: Nicholas Gennusa (No. 15 Zebu Forno & Cafe/Honda Cobra)
0-70cc Shifter 6-11: Samuel Rowe (No. 38 Janssen Motorsports/Honda Cobra)
71-90, 75-125 8-11: Robbie Leonard (No. 17 Robbs Racing/Honda)
71-90, 75-125 Production 12-15: Aaron Beer (No. 707 Pittman Racing/Cobra)
90cc Production 8-15: Colby Brake (No. 862 VPE/Kasea)
75-125 8-15: Grantt Darnell (No. 128 Scott Cain Racing/Honda)
90, 125 Modified 8-12: Dillon Starks (No. 33 Pittman Racing/Honda)
Supermini: Jeffrey Rastrelli (No. 28 Hetrick Racing/Honda)

Results are available at

The next race for the PowerSports ATV Tour, the AMSOIL Wild Cat Open Championship, is scheduled for July 21-22 at Wild Cat Creek MX in Rossville, Ind.

About the PowerSports ATV Tour
The PowerSports ATV 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. 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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