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AMA Hare and Hound

AMA Hare and Hound

Posted on by Anthony Kodack

Red Bull KTM Factory rider David Pearson took home his second win of the season at Round 2 of the National Hare and Hound Series. Pearson, the defending National Hare and Hound Champion, started off the morning well leading the pack after the bomb. The 100 mile race consisted of two 40 mile loops followed by a final 20 mile loop. Pearson led the majority of the race with his toughest competitor, Destry Abbott, close behind. The two riders stayed within 15 seconds of each other (...)
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Posted on by Anthony Kodack

Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Destry Abbott earned second-place at the final AMA National Hare and Hound race of the season in Lucerne Valley, Calif. Kawasaki grabbed four of the top 10 spots during the seventh round event. At the end of the bomb start, Abbott found himself in fourth-place with the dust getting worse with every rider in front of him. “When Destry came in for his first pit following the first 40-mile loop, the only thing he said to us was that the dust was really bad,” said (...)
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Kellon Walch returned back to the Hare & Hound Series after a difficult ankle injury and had a great start in very dry and dusty conditions. Walch fought throughout the race and finished 11th. Matt Gosnell worked his way slowly to the top and charged to a strong fifth place overall for the day. David Pearson had some technical issues which forced him to pull out from the race after the gas stop. Results: 1. Destry Abbott 2. Kendal Norman 3. Carl Maasberg 4. David Kamo KTM 5. (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack
Team Green rider, Destry Abbott, piloted his Kawasaki KX 450F to victory last weekend in Lucerne Valley, Calif. to become the 2006 AMA Hare and Hound Champion. The 34-year-old Peoria, Ariz. native impressed all in attendance with a stellar performance while leading the pack for most of the 80-mile race. Abbott came into the last round of the eight-round series six points behind series leader Russell Pearson, knowing he had to win the race in order to clinch the championship. “Today it came (...)

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