2014 Jericho AMA Hare & Hounds ResultsThe 2014 AMA National Hare & Hound season headed this past weekend to the Little Sahara OHV Park in Jericho, Utah, for round six of the series.And taking the win, which was his second of the 2014 AMA Hare & Hound Championship, was Factory FMF/KTM pilot Ivan Ramirez.
Ramirez got off the line quick, and held a seven-second lead over the field at the end of the long bomb run. He continued extending his lead, and had gained over a minute and a half when the field reached the 38-mile markFollowing three pit stops and a flawless ride, Rameriz eventually finished nearly five minutes ahead of Kawasaki’s Ricky Brabec. Taking the final podium position was Beta’s Nick Burson.“I am really excited to finish with a win. I have had a few disappointing results at the last few rounds and I am happy to get another win and gain some valuable points in the championship standings,” Ramirez says.With his win, Ramirez is now third in points, 19 behind the leader Bursin, and 13 behind Brabec.The 2014 AMA National Hare & Hound series now heads to Caliente, Nevada, for round seven May 17, 2014.Attached above are video highlights of Jericho AMA Hare & Hound.2014 Jericho AMA Hare & Hound Overall Results:
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