U-3 prepares to race in its hometown


Winning a heat and winding up with a second place finish in Seattle gives the team momentum going into Evansville, the U-3's home port.

"We have had our share of mechanical problems throughout the year," said U-3 driver Jimmy King. "I am really proud of the way this team has worked to keep us competitive. It is easy to give up but these guys have worked their butts off to get us ready for each event this year."


D.G. said...

Without U-37, my heart goes with the U-3, simply because it's the only piston powered boat still alive....and still kicking butt on the vaccuum cleaner boats. At every race I listen for that "sound", the roar of the engine, and am encouraged. Maybe someday we'll hear it from all the boats. One can only hope.