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are trying to come up and through,
they start winning and get kind of a big
head, like they’re better than everybody
else. Once they come up and run with
us, the tides change. I’d say keep a
good head on your shoulders, and
don’t expect to do too much. Just go
out and have fun and do what you like
to do. I think you’ll go places.
ATV Action: You’ve been in GNCCs
16 years. How long are you going to
keep racing? Until you get 10 titles?
Borich: Yeah, I’ve been doing it for
a while. I’m 31, but I feel like I’m 18/19
years old still. I’ve got age and experience over these guys, but fitness and
age haven’t seemed to phase me. My
goal is to keep racing and get as many
championships as I can.
ATV Action: UTVs are getting more
popular in GNCCs. Do you see yourself
racing those in the future?
Borich: Yeah, that would be cool.
I’ve gotten to a race a sprint car, a
cage car, and that was fun. UTVs are
getting really popular, and if I could
get my hands on one with a sponsor, I
wouldn’t be opposed to giving it a whirl.
ATV Action: What do you think
about the new 4x4 Pro class?
Borich: I think it’s good. There are
a lot of utility vehicles out there, a lot of
people out there, and it’s an average
point where a lot of people can go out
and have fun and be competitive. So,
I think it’s a good thing.
ATV Action: Thanks, and good
Borich: Thank you. ❏