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2016 FMF Glen Helen National Recap Video


Bryan Bosch

The 2016 FMF Glen Helen National was rampage of intense racing, excited fans, and cold beer. It couldn't have gotten better than it did. Star Racing Yamaha swept the podium at the end of the day with Alex Martin taking the overall.

 


 


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