Location: Gorman, CA

Beta Factory Race Team Results:

  • Max Gerston finished round 3 with a 2nd place podium finish. Gerston is currently leading the series with a 13 point lead.
  • Chance Fullerton had a 3rd place podium finish at round 3. 
  • Joe Wasson finished in 5th place and is currently in 2nd place in the series points standings.
  • Morgan Tanke finished in 4th place in the Women’s Pro class and is currently in second place for the series points standings.
  • Beta Support Rider; Zane Roberts had another 1st place podium in the Pro 250 class and is currently leading the series with a 27 point lead.
  • Max Gerston’s next race event will be the Last Dog Standing on June 8th in San Bernardino, CA.
  • Fullerton, Wasson, Tanke, and Roberts will race next weekend at the 3rd round of the  National Hare & Hound Series on March 23th-24th in Murphy, ID.
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MAX GERSTON

Bike: Beta 430 RR Race Edition

“Gorman was tough! Unfortunately I came in with the flu, but I really wanted to stay in the points chase and salvage what I could. I struggled all day physically but pushed through for a second overall. My new 430 RR was a game changer and was amazing in the fast paced double track. I was able to extend my points lead and put my Beta on the podium another weekend. All is well and I’m looking forward to more racing!” 

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CHANCE FULLERTON

Bike: Beta 430 RR Race Edition

“I went out on a limb this weekend and tried something new at the West Hare Scramble. I had a bad start, but I quickly got up into 2nd. I couldn’t get comfortable and switched around positions all day to end up 3rd. Next time I will show up much more prepared to race so we don’t lose any potential time. Thanks to everyone who helps out!” 

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JOE WASSON

Bike: Beta 430 RR Race Edition

“Round 3 started off pretty good was running 4th and made the pass for 3rd which I held for most of the race. Towards the end some misfortune dropped me back to 5th overall. Everything was pretty good overall!” 

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MORGAN TANKE

Bike: Beta 250 RR Race Edition

“I started last weekend’s WHS out great with a holeshot, my Beta 250 fired right up on the dead engine start! After battling for the lead on the first lap and a half I developed a serious case of arm pump and could barely hold on. The arm pump set me back, but I was able to shake it off and charge the last lap. Unfortunately it was too late to make any passes but I’m glad I was able to finish strong. I know what I need to work on and am ready to improve on my results at the next one!” 
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ZANE ROBERTS


Bike: Beta 250 RR Race Edition

“I got off to a great start this weekend with a holeshot and was able to lead the race from start to finish. I rode a little tight in the beginning on the dry and slippery track, but once I loosened up I felt great and was having a ton of fun blasting silt berms on my Beta 2 stroke. Overall, a really great weekend for both Beta and myself and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.” 

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