National Hare & Hound Round 3 Overview:

Location:
Murphy, ID
Beta Factory Race Team Results:
Joe Wasson finished in 1st overall, and with three straight podium finishes he is in 2nd place overall in the series points standings only 9 points away from the lead.

Morgan Tanke now leads the Women’s Pro class by four points after her 1st place podium.

Chance Fullerton placed 7th overall and is currently seated in 5th overall in the series points chase.

Beta support rider; Zane Roberts finished on top of the Pro 250 class podium in 1st place and 3rd overall. Roberts is currently leading the Pro 250 class by 17 points.

The next race for all four riders will be at the 4th round of the National Hare & Hound Series on April 6th in Little Sahara OHV, UT.
JOE WASSON

Bike: Beta 430 RR Race Edition

“WOW!!! I’m so happy to finally get a first overall at the National Hare & Hound Series!! It was an awesome race. I grabbed the holeshot over a very sketchy start and stayed in front the whole race with about a minute lead. My Beta 430 with Factory Suspension worked flawlessly. I can’t thank the team enough for the great job everyone did.” 
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MORGAN TANKE

Bike: Beta 250 RR Race Edition

“Ride fast. Ride smart. Settle into my groove and then pick my competition off one by one.This is the mentality that I’ve been training with in order to podium in the fast open course race this past weekend in Idaho. I rode in my comfort zone on the first loop and let everyone settle into their own groove. I slowly gained on my competitors once they started to get tired, and I knew if I kept it on two wheels the second loop would be where I could make my pass and hold the lead for 1st place. Most people are comfortable going fast in the open, however I’m comfortable going fast in the technical sections which is what the second loop had to offer. All in all, it was a good day!” 
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CHANCE FULLERTON

Bike: Beta 430 RR Race Edition

“The race started off really well, and I was running in 2nd right behind my teammate, but I went down around mile 20 and was pretty slow to get up. I put my head down and just rode the best I could for the rest of the race and settled for 7th overall. I know what I’m capable of now and just need to put it together. Thanks to everyone who helps me along!” 
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ZANE ROBERTS

Bike: Beta 250 RR Race Edition

“I got off to a decent start this weekend and quickly made the pass into the 250 pro lead, from there I set my sights on seeing how far up I could make it in the overall. I managed to make it to 4th overall by around the 30 mile marker and held that until mile 90 or so when it became a three rider battle for third, fortunately for me the other two riders ended up taking each other down and I was able to cruise it in for my first 250 Pro win and first overall podium! I’ve never felt so comfortable on a bike as I do right now on my Beta 250, and I think it definitely shows!” 
Photo by Kato