03-04-2015, 11:50 AM #1
Gallery: 11th Annual Mark Hahn Memorial Havasu 300
It is the world’s longest continual race, a full 300-miles (30 laps circling a 10-mile course encompassing almost the entirety of Lake Havasu, Arizona). It is also possibly, the single most challenging one-day event in all of competitive personal watercraft racing. Not only are challengers required almost superhuman levels of endurance and physical ability, but logistical skills, methodical planning and steeled determination.
Equally, no racer is alone, as a full credit of teammates are needed to parlay the riding responsibilities (two riders for runabout classes and three for all standup ski classes), but to man the pit crew, tasked with extracting and launching the craft several times throughout the race, refueling without spillage and help in exchanging the riders when called for.
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