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    Tavares Fl Nov 22

    What a cold day of racing the water was 59 degrees the air was 43to 63 and windy I froze all day. Would like to thank DK of Extreme Propulsion who held for 12 motos in the cold water. All our boats did well.
    Dustin Farthing is in a league of his own. Deans Team looked good. Francis and Lagaupolis ran well. Jeremy was awesome on his limited. Nice to see everyone again. The course was big and a little confusing but fun.
    Good Job Hot Water!


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    +1 Good time AND the race was well managed....as usual Stan did very well! DK was a popsicle in that cold water!

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    I think Jaws pulled like 4 holeshots and rode very well for a Rookie.
    It was his first real experience in closed course. He has been racing supercourse.
    Even Cody Hawkins showed up and pulled a holeshot on the Jaws boat.

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    I went there yesterday morning and you guys were gone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxpstan View Post
    I think Jaws pulled like 4 holeshots and rode very well for a Rookie.
    It was his first real experience in closed course. He has been racing supercourse.
    Even Cody Hawkins showed up and pulled a holeshot on the Jaws boat.
    Cody pulled a holeshot in the pro limited class with a stock boat and was leading but decided to miss a few bouy's and let everyone else catch up

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    He wasn't the only one missing bouys

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    He wasn't the only one missing bouys
    Red ones go on the RIGHT....right Rookie mistake...I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawz View Post
    Cody pulled a holeshot in the pro limited class with a stock boat and was leading but decided to miss a few bouy's and let everyone else catch up

    Hahaha. Yea I decided to take a little diffrent route. Who puts a yellow bouy on a back straight??? Anyways, JAWZ boat didnt let me down, and got me off to a great start, wish I could have put a whole race together. I was thinking, when was the last time I got lost on a course and missed a buoy? Ohhh yea that was in 1996, my second race ever down in the Florida Keys when I was racing the novice class, shows you what kind of skill set I was riding with the first two laps of Saturdays race. Anyways I am done crying over spilt milk, Thanks JAWZ for a fast boat this weekend, and Thanks to DK and Stan and the whole Extreme Propulsion crew for holding and lending a hand this weekend, had a blast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawz View Post
    Red ones go on the RIGHT....right Rookie mistake...I know
    Right... no wrong... left turn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody25911 View Post
    Hahaha. Yea I decided to take a little diffrent route. Who puts a yellow bouy on a back straight??? Anyways, JAWZ boat didnt let me down, and got me off to a great start, wish I could have put a whole race together. I was thinking, when was the last time I got lost on a course and missed a buoy? Ohhh yea that was in 1996, my second race ever down in the Florida Keys when I was racing the novice class, shows you what kind of skill set I was riding with the first two laps of Saturdays race. Anyways I am done crying over spilt milk, Thanks JAWZ for a fast boat this weekend, and Thanks to DK and Stan and the whole Extreme Propulsion crew for holding and lending a hand this weekend, had a blast...
    There wasn't a back straight away. In the limited class...with a stocker...there is NO ROOM for error. I was proud of how you got off the line... and gave them a run for the money

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