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Old 10-01-2008, 05:56 PM
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"promtly getting dusted" was a very respectful move and actually saved your lives.JBS
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yeah...that is a funny one.

we always have some funny stuff going on.
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In reality, JBS ran the boat incredible considering the lack of seat time. Hats off guys
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I just saw the one 04 worlds crash with peir 57 and you guys get run over!! HOLY CHIT !! does someone know how to post it? Talk about crazy.
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Thanks Scotty-It means alot.I know we only had about 1/2 hour of testing before we raced and people had their doubts about our skill.We for sure didnt want to be a statistic,but at the same time wanted to race.Our goal was simple-be safe and be smart.JBS
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sorry...i don't get excited.

there is way more to running a 200mph boat(or anything)than most think...even more so if it's a turbine. i was building N1 and scotty was loosing it when the flag dropped.

mark and scott are at THE VERY TOP of the offshore game!!!
Joey, we've met. I have raced with/near you. It was in jest.

I can't imagine the time and effort it takes to get used to that kind of equipment. I do remember how Scott and Mark kept saying it would come over time and they have proven it.

I also will say I have scooped Scott out of the water too and am glad to see he still returns to race hard and safe.


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JBS racing takes the holeshot in LOTO

Awsome weekend for both teams and Turbine Marine.
JBS got to finaly play with there new toy, and Geico got the national OSS title that they deserve.
I am happy for both teams.

Scotty and Marc, remember when we used to post hole shot videos of us and Bud. back in the days when they spanked us in the turns at every race the first year.

LOL.: ernaehrung004:
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I love how camly he says "put that ***** back on"
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Thanks Scotty-It means alot.I know we only had about 1/2 hour of testing before we raced and people had their doubts about our skill.We for sure didnt want to be a statistic,but at the same time wanted to race.Our goal was simple-be safe and be smart.JBS
from this Saturday shot, I was not sure what was taking place but, from my angle it didnt look good.

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yeah-that was my bad-I didnt remember having to turn after the start/finish.I was looking at the wrong turn bouy-it was a close call.JBS
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