The final for the 54th annual HomeStreet Bank San Diego Bayfair was won by Andrew Tate driving the U-9 Delta/Realtrac with five-lap final average speed of 143.605 mph on Mission Bay’s 2-1/2 mile racecourse.
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For the fourth time on the 2018 H1 Unlimited Hydroplane Racing Series circuit, Jimmy Shane, driver of the U-1 Miss HomeStreet led Friday’s qualifying.
22 years ago, on her first trip to the West Coast, Cindy Shirley traveled from the Ohio Valley with her mother and father to watch the H1 Unlimited hydroplane boat race on the famed Mission Bay, California.
Known as the birthplace of California, the San Diego region has its own particular brand of laid-back coolness. With more than 70 miles of sun-drenched coast, inviting ocean, and a year-round daily forecast of 70°F it is no wonder H1 Unlimited Hydroplane Racing Series fans throughout the country visit Mission Bay for the annual powerboat race.
Andrew Tate, driver of the U-9 Delta/Realtrac won his fourth race of the H1 Unlimited Hydroplane Racing Series, winning the 102nd running of an unlimited hydroplane race on the Detroit River.
Jimmy Shane, driving his two-race-old, U-1 Miss HomeStreet H1 Unlimited hydroplane, qualified on top of the leader board on the six boat field during the 102nd Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers Gold Cup on Friday.
The Detroit region has a place and experience for everyone. It is home to several world-class museums, one of the world’s finest symphonies, is home to five professional sports, is filled with state parks, and thousands of inland lakes.