Ricky Brabec, Gary
Sutherlin and Jason
Argubright sit on
the podium after the
Mexico, National Hare &
A poor start cost Ricky
Brabec the lead, who
worked through the pack
and into second place.
Nick Tolman battled to
a third place in the FMF
250 Pro division.
Gary Sutherlin pretty
much got the start and
then walked the dog to a
moved up from the B200
class to the 250 Pro. He
tallied a fifth in the class.
NATIONAL HARE & HOUND
Photos by Mark Kariya
While the series is known mainly for its California desert
environment, the second round of the Kenda/SRT Hare
& Hound series was held in Alamogordo, New Mexico.
KTM’s Taylor Robert, second in round one and right in
Ricky Brabec’s tailpipe, was still in the hospital following
a horrendous crash at the King of the Motos. Purvines’
Gary Sutherlin stepped up and showed the prowess of
the new Yamaha and a unique location, leading early and
pulling away from JCR’s Ricky Brabec. Husqvarna’s Jason
Argubright grabbed the final podium position.