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“When I had the opportunity to get on one, I was surprised as to how high I was once they stood up, Perkins said. “I must have been ten feet in the air.”
Hejen Racing Committee hosted the unlimited drivers, their families, race officials and race crews.
Other driver's who participated were Ken Muscatel (U-25), Jeff Bernard (U-5), J. Michael Kelly (U-7), Mike Webster (U-22), Jean Theoret (U-37) and Nate Brown (U-17). Brian Perkins along with Steve David have agreed to share their daily experiences in Doha on the ABRA's web site, www.abrahydroplanes.com
Photo by Bill Osborne/ABRA.
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The excitement is beginning to build in Qatar, as officials and drivers from the United States of America arrive in Doha to make their final preparations for this weekend’s Oryx Cup UIM World Championship, the final round of the ABRA Unlimited Hydroplane World Championship and the first event of its kind to be staged outside the Americas.
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The closest Unlimited hydroplane points race in decades will be decided this weekend when the American Boat Racing Association wraps up its 2009 schedule in Doha, Qatar.
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Florida-based Steve David knows that he needs to stay out of trouble during this weekend’s Doha-based Oryx Cup UIM World Championship if he is to retain his ABRA Unlimited Hydroplane World High Point Championship title for a second year.
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