Press Release –
Maxxis riders took top spots in both premier classes at WPSA’s Round 3 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. In his first race aboard the new Razr Cross, designed for loamy conditions, Dustin Wimmer won the SuperQuad Pro 450 class.
Chris Borich bested the competition in the QuadTerrain Pro Stock final, riding the championship-proven Bighorn Radial. The event was held June 2-3.
Wimmer, who took the lead in the first lap of the final, told atvriders.com that he “tried to run a good race, and I relied on my mechanic to let me know where I was in the field. You try not to look behind you, but sometimes it’s difficult not to.”
Wimmer was joined on the podium by fellow Maxxis riders John Natalie, in second place, and Keith Little, who took third. Points’ standings through the first three rounds show Wimmer holding a still-unofficial lead, with fellow Maxxis riders Doug Gust, Keith Little, Chad Wienen, John Natalie, and Joe Haavisto rounding out the top six.
Borich took the holeshot in the QuadTerrain Pro Stock final and held the lead throughout the race. “I just went out, and had some fun out there…My goal was to avoid getting hung up and keep my momentum. It worked out today,” he told atvriders.com. Borich is riding high this season: he’s currently first in the race for the GNCC overall championship.
In amateur races, Canadian Greg Gee took home another first place in the SuperQuad Pro Am class, while Angela Butler continues her total domination of the Women’s A class.
Maxxis congratulates Dustin Wimmer, Chris Borich, Greg Gee, and Angela Butler on their victories.
Maxxis also sends special thanks to John Natalie, who cemented his “Ironman” moniker by battling through serious chest and knee injuries, and to Keith Little for turning in a fine ride and proving yet again that Maxxis is the holeshot master.
Maxxis thanks all of its riders for their hard work and fine performances.