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Chad Wienen Emerges Victorious at the Daytona ATV Supercross

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Hetrick and Brown Round out Main Event Podium

Wienen wasted no time and made the pass for a podium position after the first lap was complete, and then second shortly after that. Wienen set his eyes on Hetrick who…

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