Borich and his
QuadRacer R450 Win Fourth GNCC Race
- Borich wins his fourth race of the 2010
GNCC series at Loretta Lynn’s in Tennessee,
and his third in a row.
- Borich took the holeshot and made a
great pass on the last lap for the win.
- The QuadRacer R450 gave Borich the power
to make up lost time due to a pit stop.
Chris Borich and his QuadRacer R450
battled the elements and other racers
and came out victorious.
Brea, Calif. – April 26, 2010 – Chris Borich
and his Suzuki QuadRacer R450 won their fourth
GNCC ATV race this weekend at Loretta Lynn’s in
Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. The defending 2009
ATV champion approached Round 5 of the series
ready to race and win, of which he and his R450
have proven themselves extremely capable. After
a strategic pass from second to first on the
last lap of the race, Borich crossed the finish
line for the win.
“It’s great to get another win, and I had a
lot of fun battling these guys,” said Borich.
“My Suzuki R450 was great and the power was
there when I needed it.”
Borich started the race off by grabbing the
holeshot. He led the first muddy lap while his
competitors watched his lines and made their
plan of attack. Borich got passed on the muddy
course, but he stayed near the front and battled
his way through the race. With the rain-soaked
course making for a very interesting two-hours
on the track, Borich pulled off once to get a
fresh set of goggles. While the pit stop put him
back a little in the competition, Borich’s
QuadRacer R450 has the power and the ability to
make great time. Borich was able to make his way
to the front of the pack with all the horsepower
on tap in his Suzuki, and on the last lap he
found himself in second place. When the
opportunity presented itself, Borich used the
fuel-injected R450 to power his way into first
place and give himself a three-second lead as he
crossed the finish line.
The win puts Borich 22 points ahead in the
series, and with eight races left in the season,
expect to see more from Borich and his QuadRacer
R450. The next round of GNCC action takes place
in Yadkinville, North Carolina, on May 8.
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