Posted by HydroInsider.com at 6:59 PM
Brad Coleman, a driver for Joe Gibbs racing was traveling at 190 mph when he saw a coyote a mere 100 feet away. With no possible way of slowing down to save the creature, the driver ran it over. To his suprise he couldn't figure our where it went. He describes the incident, “It just started smoking like crazy. And it smelled terrible. I didn’t see anything in the mirror, so I was like, ‘I wonder where it went?’"
Posted by HydroInsider.com at 6:52 PM
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."
Posted by HydroInsider.com at 12:47 PM
U-17 driver Kip Brown cannot make the trek to Doha, Qatar for the season finale in November and Nate Brown could pilot the boat overseas. Before he does that, Nate wants to get a few laps back in the boat so you may see him racing in Evansville.
Posted by HydroInsider.com at 12:37 PM