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CHAD WIENEN AND DOUG GUST PODIUM IN ENGLISHTOWN

GUSTENGLISHTOWNlow.thumbnail.jpgGUST DOMINATES HIS HEAT RACES IN ENGLISHTOWN

Brea, CA – August 19th, 2007 – Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ welcomed Team Rockstar/ MSR/ Suzuki/ Yoshimura/ Pro Taper and the rest of the World PowerSports ATV Tour this weekend. Last year, this track pitted Doug Gust and then Honda rider Dustin Wimmer for the individual Riders Championship. This year, with one more round of the series left, all eyes were turned to John Natalie, Dustin Wimmer, and Chad Wienen. With only two points separating Wimmer and Natalie, things were coming down to the wire. Wienen was within striking range as well. The stage was set for the last few races of the title.

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