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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Steve 1's Avatar
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    F-2 Class Warp speed or what ??

    The Sarasota Race F-2 class Rio Roses/Budweiser/Fountain The Winner ! But get this A 1st Lap speed of 99.1 MPH

    That is really impressive

    Best Regards

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    The Bacardi Silver better watch out.

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    C'mon Dave, tell us how you really feal?? LOL
    I have to admit, the first lap speeds always are higher & I don't know the technicality of why it does that (always does), but the average lap speeds even out after the second lap or so.
    I wish apba would post the same lap speed/ average lap speed info. Why dont they?????

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    DJD - I'm trying to behave

    Well in Bubba's world.........ROCKET SHIP F-2 vs. let's say........ ummmmm legit F-2........naaaa to much inuendo there....OK


    DJD if I recall.........the ROCKET SHIP F-2's vs your legit OOPS I mean NON ROCKET SHIP F-2 when you were racing, that in flat water.....the ROCKET SHIP F-2's were near the triple digit mark where as your NON ROCKET SHIP F-2 was right in line with the rest of the NON ROCKET SHIP F-2's (in both sanctioning bodies) hummmmmm?? 6 boats doing 80 something and 3 boats doing 90 something??

    I hope my dear friend BUBBA brings the DYNO to Pt. Pleasant so us stooooopid people in NJ can tell the difference between the 2 types of F-2's

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    Why don't they just combine both classes Factory II and Super
    Vee? Looks like the Factory II boats could give all the Super Vees a run for there money.

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    Well...I wasn't going to say anything but....those F2-Rocket Ships are legal...just ask Reggie!!! LOL That's what he told me last year in the pits.... HMMMMMM Or maybe he was talking about his hair color.....

    I always say....bring on the rough water (a.k.a. Jersey or Key West) and we'll see who has the edge. Then, it usually has to do with the bag just below your waist!! I seem to remember lapping those Fountain F2-Rocket ships a few times!!!


    F2-07 Wild Child

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