We made the long haul up to St-Felicien and watched the wind blow on Saturday. On Sunday the Grand Prix had two sets of heats and a final making for a very busy day. This race is the farthest north we travel, about 7 hours north of Montreal. The town is on one side of …
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For the third year in a row GP-88 came to Beauharnois, Quebec with high hopes of finishing the season strong. And for the third year we experienced heartbreak in the first heat. This year saw the boat engine running great but on the last lap of the first heat she threw a prop blade. The …
In Beauharnois we broke a rocker in heat 1b and headed home. GP-93 went on to win the ACHA GP Championship. Read more about Saturday at HydroRacer TV.
In St-Félicien GP-88 was 4th in the time trials, got a first and second in qualifying, but unfortunetly finished forth in the final. The boat continues to run well, as seen in this video of heat 1B.
Valleyfield was great as always. A penalty and various problems with the boat kept us out of the final. Over the weekend there was some good racing as Tom continues to hone his GP driving skills.
The boat continued to have rudder problems this weekend in Beauharnois, Quebec not finishing on Saturday. Claude Bergeron kept the boat in the Valleyfield area for repair.