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TAKING IT TO 217MPH AND STILL MORE TO GO…
Not surprisingly, the 2016 Lake of the Ozarks Shootout brought out a range
When John Diakoulas takes to the water in his 42′ Outerlimits, School’s in Session, he always does so with family and friends.
Veteran performance boater Paul Reddish always keeps going fast on the water in the proper perspective.
By Eric Colby.
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Gregg Rosen and Rick Merola have a new boat and they’re planning to conquer some of the most famous endurance records in performance
Kevin and Kristy Kaczan are quite possibly the most compatible couple in performance boating
By Eric Colby
In the 1985 movie Weird Science,
A new company, Custom Marine Group, acquired Fountain, Donzi, Baja and Pro-Line and company president Carol Price plans to return all four names
With a new engine configuration and ethanol fuel, the 51’ Mystic catamaran, American Ethanol, could be the performance boat of the future. By Eric Colby When the 51’ Mystic catamaran, American Ethanol, ran 208 mph to take top honors at the 2015 Lake of the Ozarks Shootout on August 29, the achievement was the culmination
HI-SPEED CONNOISSEUR POKER RUNNER Michael Ciasulli won the 24 Hours of Daytona automobile race in a purpose-built Corvette. He has driven a Ferrari and a NASCAR Sprint Cup Car at such famous tracks as Watkins Glen, Road America and Virginia International Raceway. But when it comes to picking his favorite high-performance vehicle, Ciasulli doesn’t hesitate.
There are some guy’s who buy a 150 mph boat, run it to top speed once or twice and then spend most of their time cruising around at 80 or 100 mph. John O’Loughlin, a member of the Poker Runs America and National Power Boat Association Halls of Fame, is not one of those guys.
It was early February, just before Paul Fiore and offshore racer and company consultant Steve Curtis we’re leaving for the Qatar Cup in