In addition to the valuable series points provided at round one, the moniker of "WMX Supercross Champion" was bestowed upon the race's overall winner, as this is the only supercross-style track that these women will compete on this year. Of the fourteen women who took to the track, Florida's Kylie Fasnacht would take home that honor after a 2-1 finish, coming in ahead of second overall Hannah Hodges' 1-2 finish and third place finisher Jamie Astudillo, who went 4-3.
According to overall winner Fasnacht, her win might not show it, but Daytona was rough for her. In addition to switching brands this season, which entails a number of changes to a racer's program, she also spent her off-season racing in the ISOC Snocross series.
"I'm still getting used to dirt bikes again, but I'm back on two wheels and training to become better than I've ever been," Fasnacht said "It [Daytona] was a fun race and I can't wait to compete with these girls for the rest of the series!"
Round two of the 2018 WMX series is set to take place this weekend on Saturday, March 24th, at Freestone MX in Wortham, Texas. This round will be held in conjunction with the AMA Freestone Spring Championship.