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Warnert Racing’s Borich & Bithell Domination Continues at WildCat Creek

Another Can-am holeshot!
Another Can-am holeshot!

Can-Am Warnert Racing’s efforts to dominate the WPSA tour are at top speed as their riders once again proved themselves during Round 8 of the WPSA ATV Tour at Wildcat Creek. The Hoosier state track proved to be one of the toughest tracks of the year with monstrous boulders and deep mud pits, but Chris Borich (No. 2 Warnert Racing/Can-Am) and Chris Bithell(No. 6 Warnert Racing/Can-Am) took to the Quad Terrain Challenge course by storm as they have become a dominate force in the series.

Chris Borich lead the field out with Chris Bithell hot on his grab bar as the pair turned the race into a duel. After intense racing Borich narrowly edged out Bithell for the win. Close competition makes for great racing and when it happens to be teammates it's all the better!

Chris Borich & Chris Bithell conquering the rocks.
Chris Borich & Chris Bithell conquering the rocks.

Borich stated he was having a great time competing in the series and that Warnert racing had fulfilled his needs providing him a machine that he can win on. "I'm just having a great time," said Borich. "Can-Am and Warnert Racing have just put an excellent ride underneath me. Everything has just worked out well. Always one for the thrill of close competition”, Borich added “This was one of the best races this year, it was just so close. Ultimately, it worked out well." While Borich remained humble, the fast paced, bar to bar racing between himself and teammate Chris Bithell on the track provided fans with intense racing action that landed both Warnert Racing riders with high marks for the event after a solid one-two punch in the results. Combining the nations top talent with the equipment to get to the podium is what it takes to be the best!

Borich has won 5 out of the last 6 events and is climbing rapidly towards the top of the points chase, even with not competing in the first two rounds. Clearly he is the man to beat and his win streak sends a signal to all that the level of competition has been raised. Currently, Chris Borich has taken over the 5th place in points and while not entering the series at its onset will hurt his chances for outright series domination, the vision for next year is already on the horizon.

Scott Kilby sits second in points and is looking to regain the points over the next two rounds before the season wraps up.
Round 9 of the WPSA ATV Tour will be held in Englishtown, NY at Raceway Park on August 18-19, 2007.

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