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Powersport ATV Tour Quadterrain Challenge Finale Dominated by Warnert Racing

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In the WPSA Quadterrain Challenge Pro Championship, the final race of the season came down to a battle between Can Am Warnert Racing’s Scott Kilby and Jesse West. Only 15 points separated the pair after nine rounds of racing. Chris Borich and Chris Bithell of Warnert Racing were also in the running at the Field of Dreams in Boswell, Pennsylvania.

Chris Borich takes 6th straight podium finish, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Chris Borich takes 6th straight podium finish, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Chris Bithell blasts his way through the pack, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Chris Bithell blasts his way through the pack, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Borich and Bithell came out in full force. Borich claimed the win and Bithell took second place. Kilby rounded out the top three. The Warnert Racing Can-Am Outlanders with K&N Engineering products proved their dominance once again.
Scott Kilby wraps up the season, photo by GHarlen Foley ATVriders.com Scott Kilby wraps up the season, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com

“We battle extreme dirt and conditions at our races,” said Levi Michel, Warnert Race Manager. “Our K&N air filters keep our engines running and give us better throttle response at every race.”

Bithell lead the charge in the main and blasted his way through a mud pit and rugged rock section. He was followed by teammates Borich, Kilby and Adam Vaughn. Bithell was able to negotiate the obstacles easily and made a significant lead over second place contender Borich. Kilby brought up the rear for the team as he maintained fourth place.

When the checkered flag came out, Bithell took first and Borich rounded out the podium at third. It was Borich’s sixth straight podium finish and more than enough to secure fourth place in the points standings. Kilby took second overall for the year, and the combined points of Kilby, Borich, Bithell and Vaughn secured CanAm the Manufacturers Championship.

The 2007 WPSA Powersport ATV Tour was another exciting year of racing for the Warnert Racing CanAm Team. They secured multiple podium finishes and nine straight main event wins with K&N on their vehicles.

Follow Warnert Racing throughout the 2008 racing season at the K&N news site. Find K&N products for your vehicle using the K&N application search then use the K&N dealer search to find a K&N dealer in your part of the world.

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