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(Photo credit: Bay City River Roar Inc.) USF1 Powerboat Tour Bay City River Roar which is always known for its big fun and big turn outs did it again this year with racers making way from events all over last weekend in Nashville for a double a header weekend line up, even weird al Yankovic came out for a special concert during the events activities. As this river brings a ton action with the seawalls providing always interesting track conditions teams fought it out in both the F1 Class and Formula light class. Both Chris Fairchild and Greg Foster rolled during testing but thankfully neither were injuried during the accidents. Teams now prepare for the Can-am event in Valley Field in a few shorts weeks running July 11th-13th. Stay tuned for updates to come on the upcoming event. Formula One official results: 1. Greg Foster 2. Terry Rinker 3. Tim Seebold
(Photo courtesy of the Miss Geico Racing Team) OPA Racing took over the bustling Atlantic city this weekend for their annual race which as always saw a huge turn out of fans packing the shores and casinos to catch a glimpse of some of the worlds top offshore teams in action. All classes had a decent turn out all the way up to the Extreme class as the battle continued with Alex & Ani going head to head once again with Miss Geico who came out on top for their second meet up in a row. Another well recognized boat came out to join the action as well as War Paint made an appearance for the Super Cat class. From Class 1 to 7 there was some great battle as well that took centre stage as they faced some rough conditions for an action packed weekend. Full results now available below: EXTREME 1 - 113 Miss GEICO 2 - 11 Alex & Ani SUPER CAT 1 - 38 Warpaint SUPER VEE LITE 1 - 13 WeHaulBoats.com 2 - 4 Octane CLASS 1 1 - 105 Lightnining Jacks CLASS 3 1 - V1 Wazzup 2 - V6 Strictly Business 3 -…
The inaugural Formula 2 Powerboat Racing event in Nashville, Tennessee over the weekend a huge success as racers and fans alike were raving about it from start to finish. With this being the narrowest course of the circuit and being located in the heart of Music City with grandstands, bridges and bars surrounding the course it was an extremely spectator friendly atmosphere bring in thousands of fans young and old to watch the Formula racers. The race action was intense with the Formula boats taking centre stage which Tim Seebold who is one his Last Lap retirement tour fought hard in the 30 lap finals on Sunday to be named champion of Thunder On the Cumberland, but in addition to the Formula 2 boats their were a number of Tri-Hulls and J-Hydro’s competing between the F2 heats. Our BoatStars Vintage team even made an appearance with one of our Switzer Wings “ Red Bird” to be on display at the gates as we worked to help with the efforts of including the vintage classes in next seasons event. From the front page of the local sports to all the new stations in Nashville the event was a hit and next…
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