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2012 GNCC ATV Racing Series
Round #6 - Limestone 100
Springville, IN
May 12, 2012

Can-Am GNCC Racing - Grand National Cross Country Racing Series

2012 GNCC Racing - Round 6 - Limestone 100 - Pro ATV Race Report
Maxxis' Chris Borich Wins , Adam McGill, Taylor Kiser Podium

Limetone 100 GNCC
Round 6 - ATV Racing Links
Springville, IN (5/12/2012) – Defending champion, Chris Borich claimed another win at the Limestone 100, round number six, of the 2012 GNCC series, while he was joined on the podium by Adam McGill in second and Taylor Kiser in third.

This was another new track for the series and featured creek beds and elevation changes over the 10+ mile course. The weather for this round was good which, was a benefit for racers, as they left the starting line for the XC1 Pro class.

Jarrod McClure - Honda 450R ATV
Coastal Racing / Yokley Racing's Jarrod McClure grabbed the $250 Holeshot Award at the Limestone 100 GNCC

Chris Borich, who has won four out of the last five rounds, was looking for another win at Limestone, and that was exactly what he did. Borich didn’t get the greatest start and was only in tenth place at the end of the first lap. Once he got a feel for the track, Borich put the hammer down and worked his way through traffic and by the end of the third lap; he was in second place right behind Adam McGill. Borich cruised in the number two spot until the final lap when he made his move and took over the lead. Once out front, Borich checked out and finished 28 seconds ahead of McGill for his fifth win of the season.

Chris Borich - Suzuki LTR450 ATV
Chris Borich - Suzuki LTR450 ATV
Yoshimura's #1 Chris Borich claimed his 3rd straight & 5th win of the season at the Limestone 100 GNCC to extend his points lead to 54points over #2 Adam Mcgill

Precision / Lonestar / Moto-Xperts’ Adam McGill got a decent start and was in the number five spot after the first lap. McGill moved in behind Leader Brian Wolf and was able to take over the lead after Wolf clipped a tree. McGill held down the number one spot for three laps before Chris Borich slipped by and put McGill back to second. McGill stayed in the number two spot all the way to the checkered flag.

Adam McGill - Honda 450R ATV
Adam McGill - Honda 450R ATV
ITP's Adam McGill held the lead for the majority of the race with Borich in chase, but in the final lap, Borich took the lead with McGill finishing in the 2nd spot

“I got a decent start in fourth and then I got out front and I was feeling really good. Chris (Borich) passed me in a field and I tried to get him back, but I wasn’t able to train much last week due to the weather and I just hit a wall. Overall it was a good race. The track was good and it was fun so I am glad to finish on the podium,” said McGill, who will possibly be teaming up with Cody Gibson and Joe Byrd for France’s Pont de Vaux in August.

Taylor Kiser - Yamaha YFZ450R ATV
Taylor Kiser - Yamaha YFZ450R ATV
Yamaha / Ballance Racing’s Taylor Kiser rounded out the GNCC XC1 ATV Pro Class Podium, which has Kiser 5 points behind McGill in the 2nd place points chase

Yamaha/Ballance Racing’s Taylor Kiser was in mid-pack off the start and was on the move going into the second lap. “I got into about fourth in the second lap, but then I hit a tree in lap three and fell back a bit. I was able to move back up pretty quickly and get in behind McGill,” explained Kiser, who claimed third at the finish line. “It wasn’t the best race for me, but it wasn’t the worst. I made it to the podium, so I’m pretty happy with that and I have to thank the team for all of their hard work today to get me there,” Kiser added.

Chris Bithell - Can-Am DS450 ATV
Chris Bithell - Can-Am DS450 ATV
Can-Am / Motoworks’ Chris Bithell started in the back of the pack but made his way up to the fourth place before crossing the finish line

Can-Am/Motoworks’ Chris Bithell was inside the top ten heading into the first lap. Bithell, who is known for his ability to work through traffic, did just that and soon found his way into the number six spot. Bithell held his position for two laps before inheriting fourth place, which he held all the way to the checkered flag.

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