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Legendary Tales of Boat Racing

A Conversation with Ginny Lea Lyford-Asp

Mar. 26, 2021

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A Conversation with Ginny Lea Lyford-Asp

Edgar Rose - a Life Well Lived

Mar. 5, 2021

Power boat racers knew, loved, respected, and feared Edgar Rose for decades.

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Edgar Rose - a Life Well Lived

The Life of Art Asbury by Doug Cunnington

Mar. 4, 2021

Asbury was co-Grand Marshall, with George Simon, of the 1996 APBA Gold Cup race in Detroit. Asbury made contributions to life jacket safety, and served as Harbour Master for Expo ’67 in Montreal.

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The Life of Art Asbury by Doug Cunnington

An Early Effort to Improve Safety

Mar. 4, 2021

During the 1980s, the need for improved safety was all too apparent. Several prominent drivers had lost their lives in inboard and unlimited hydroplanes.

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An Early Effort to Improve Safety

Bill Muncey - The First Golden Age

Feb. 9, 2021

In the long history of Unlimited hydroplane racing, no individual defined the sport more convincingly than William Edward Muncey. From 1955 until his death at Acapulco in 1981, Bill was the unchallenged superstar.

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Bill Muncey - The First Golden Age