Maxxis 1-2 at GNCC
Big Buck, 2nd at QuadCross
Maxxis riders took a major victory and spots
on the podium at two ATV racing series this
weekend. In Union, South Carolina, Chris Borich
notched his third win at Round 4 of the GNCC,
the Big Buck, with Taylor Kiser in second place.
Across the country in Buckeye, Arizona, Beau
Baron grabbed the second place spot at Round 2
of the QuadCross Championship series. The races
were held April 10-11.
Borich and Kiser fought a tight race for the
lead in the last two laps of the Big Buck, with
Borich gaining the front spot close to the end.
“The conditions were real dry and slick,” Borich
said. “And it seemed like whenever I wanted to
hook up, the tires grabbed and went. I had a lot
of control in the dry, slick corners.”
On Razrs like his fellow Maxxis riders,
Ockerman took a place in the Big Buck top ten
with an eighth place finish. Walker Fowler won
the XC2 race, and Traci Cecco took third place
in the Women’s contest. 4x4 Open racer Daryl
Rath took second place for the day.
Borich and Kiser also hold first and second
place in the series’ overall standings, while
Bill Ballance is sixth and Donald Ockerman is
eighth. Because of a recent injury, Ballance did
not compete in the Big Buck, and is expected to
be sidelined for some time. Cecco is third in
the Women’s class standings, and Daryl Rath
holds first in 4x4 Open.
With second and fourth place finishes in the
event’s two motos, Beau Baron claimed second
place in the Pro 450 Production class at the
QuadCross Championship series.
Maxxis congratulates Chris Borich on his
victory and thanks all of its riders for their
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