UPDATED POINTS POSTED AT POWERSPORTSTOUR.COM
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (July 6, 2007) -- With
just three races left this season, John Natalie,
Jr. has moved to within just eight points of
WPSA PowerSports ATV Tour SuperQuad Pro 450
Riders' Championship leader Dustin Wimmer.
Natalie (No. 13 Elka, Maxxis/Honda), will
celebrate his 32nd birthday tomorrow with the
knowlege that his right back in the points
chase. Natalie swept both Rounds 6 and 7 at
Virginia Motorsports Park, proving he has
rebounded from injuries sustained in a crash
during practice earlier this year. Wimmer (No.
191 MSR, Pro Taper, Yoshimura/Suzuki) still
holds the point, however, going into the next
round, scheduled for July 21-22 at Wild Cat
Creek MX in Indiana.
In the QuadTerrain Pro Stock points, Jesse
West (No. 888 West Racing/Arctic Cat) has moved
to just three points behind leader Scott Kilby
(No. 207 Warnert Racing/Can-Am).
In the SuperQuad Pro 450 Manufacturers'
Championship, Honda edged into Suzuki's lead and
now sits just 14 points back. Kawasaki, with
strong finishes from its factory duo, moved to
third on the board.
Can-Am continues to lead the points in the
QuadTerrain Pro Stock manufacturers' chase, but
Arctic Cat remains in contention, just 14 points
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