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Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats using jet aircraft engines and capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 metres (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kilograms (6,750 lb). Races are run on an oval course marked by inflatable buoys. Races begin with a “running start” meaning they must all be moving in their respective positions as the cross the start line and if they are in the position they are supposed to be in, the Starter gives them the Green Flag and they are off racing. During the race if the Starter gives them a Yellow flag it means to slow down and proceed with caution and no one can pass another boat, (hold your current position). If the Starter waves a Red flag, the race is stopped and everyone should stop where they are. Once the final lap is over and the lead boat passes the Finish Line, the Starter gives them the Checkered Flag, declaring them the Winner and the race over. Boat Racing, Speed Boats, Power Boats, Inland Waterways, Bay, Harbor, Planing, Hydroplace Boat, Unlimited Boat, Jet, Spry, Race Course, Day Hydroplane Race, Speed Boats, Boat Racing, Powerboats, Thunderboats, Boat Races, Unlimited Hydroplanes, Pit Area, Mission Bay, San Diego, California, Bayfair, Outdoors Water