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WPSA

POWERSPORTS ATV TOUR RIDERS' CHAMPIONSHIPS COME DOWN TO THE WIRE

WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (Aug. 23, 2007) -- The 2007 WPSA PowerSports ATV Tour Pro Riders' Championships will come down the final race of the year and will be decided at next month's season finale. The event is scheduled for Sept. 15-16 at Field of Dreams in Boswell, Pa. A full points report can be downloaded at PowerSportsTour.com.

SuperQuad Pro 450
With his fourth SuperQuad Pro 450 victory this year last weekend in New Jersey, John Natalie (No. 13 Elka, Maxxis/Honda) padded a points lead he's held since Round 8 of the Tour. Natalie now leads Dustin Wimmer (No. 191 MSR, Pro Taper, Yoshimura/Suzuki) by just 11 points. Wimmer, who has one victory and six additional podiums, leads Chad Wienen (No. 44 Team Rockstar, MSR, Pro Taper, Yoshimura/Suzuki) and Doug Gust (No. 55 Team Rockstar, MSR, Pro Taper, Yoshimura/Suzuki) in a four-quad battle for the title.

Meanwhile, last weekend, Suzuki came to within one point of clinching its second Manufacturers' Championship. A Suzuki quad merely has to take the start in the Pennsylvania final to nab the title.

QuadTerrain Pro Stock
Jesse West (No. 888 West Racing/Arctic Cat) continues to hold the point in the QuadTerrain Pro Stock standings. Scott Kilby (No. 207 Warnert Racing/Can-Am) sits second, 15 points back, ahead of Rory Beckman (No. 10 Jack Link's/Arctic Cat). Daryl Rath (No. 67 Jack Link's/Arctic Cat), and Chris Borich (No. 2 Warnert Racing/Can-Am) sit fourth and fifth and are the final two riders still in the hunt for the title.

Can-Am clinched its second consecutive Manufacturers' Championship at last weekend's event. Can-Am has dominated the 2007 season, winning eight out of the nine rounds completed.

Amateur Classes
In the Pro-Am, Amateur, Junior and Women's classes, 10 riders have clinched their respective Riders' Championships. They are:

C Class: Danny Cooper (No. 198 Kellogg's/Suzuki)
Women B/C: Michelle Suciu (No. 5 Wheelz Up Racing/Cannondale)
16-24: Greg Gee (No. 10 Fox Shox/Honda)
Plus 35: Randy Hunt (No. 50 RH Aluminum/Honda)
Open Amateur: Dane Heilman (No. 07 Evansville Powder Coating/Honda)
0-50 Limited 4-6: Jordan Digby (No. 88 OMF Wheels/DRR)
0-50 Production 6-8: Alex Hammond (No. 171 Cobra)
51-70 Production 6-11: Nicholas Gennusa (No. 15 Zebu Forno Bakery and Cafe/Honda-Cobra)
75-125 4 Stroke Production 8-15: Darnell Grantt (No. 128 Scott Cain Racing/Honda)
QuadTerrain Stock Unlimited: Ryan Costello (No. 42 Pro Motorsports/Yamaha)

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
www.PowerSportsTour.com.


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