Seafair, an icon of summer in Seattle, celebrating their 69th year of hosting an unlimited hydroplane race on Lake Washington, are expecting several thousand race fans to the shores of Lake Washington for this weekend’s HomeStreet Bank Cup.
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Andrew Tate from Walled Lake, Mich., defending HAPO Columbia Cup trophy winner and national champion, drove his U-1 “Delta/RealTrac” unlimited hydroplane to victory in his two preliminary heats Saturday during the 54th annual HAPO Columbia Cup on the Columbia River in Tri-City, Wash.
Jimmy Shane from Maple Valley, Washington led the ten H1 Unlimited Hydroplane Racing teams during Friday’s qualifying, with a speed of 163.573 mph for the 54th annual HAPO Columbia Cup on the Columbia River.
Ten H1 Unlimited Hydroplane Racing Series teams will take to the Columbia River for the 54th annual Columbia Cup sponsored by HAPO in Tri-City, Washington.
In an effort to enhance the fan experience, H1 Unlimited Hydroplane Racing Series is partnering with John Lynch, an independent production and broadcast executive and KNDU-TV/SWX Right Now to become H1 Unlimited’s live destination and distributor of the H1 Unlimited Hydroplane Racing Series event in Tri-City, Washington, Saturday and Sunday, July 27-28, 2019.
In a rare mid-season change of drivers, Unlimited Racing Group, owner of the U-11 'J&D’s presented by Reliable Diamond Tool,' announced Friday that they have replaced their driver Tom Thompson after eight years with the team.
Alabama has long been known for its NASCAR superspeedway at Talladega, but there’s another speedway of sorts gaining recognition in the region.
This weekend, six of the world’s fastest race boats will compete at the aqua oval on Lake Guntersville, Alabama, known for some of the fastest race water in the country.
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.