View Full Version : Results Huntsville's Oct records trial

10-05-2014, 10:18 PM
Well they had the fast boats down here in Huntsville!!!! One more record trials for 2014 is still on tap for Huntsville, 29-30 Nov 2014


Ron Drake/Jay Halbrehder D OB Hydro 1/4 Oval 24.375 Sec 36.923 MPH
Doug Smock T Mono 1/4 Oval 18.539 Sec 48.572 MPH
Larmar Huff LSG27 Hydro 1/4 Oval 18.145 Sec 49.600 MPH
Larmar Huff LSG36 Sport Hydro 1/4 Oval 17.442 Sec 51.599 MPH
Larmar Huff/Mike Whitley LSG27 Mono 1/4 Oval 18.884 Sec 47.659 MPH
Larmar Huff/Mike Whitley LSG36 Mono 1/4 Oval 18.456 Sec 48.764 MPH
Larmar Huff LSG36 CAT 1/4 Oval 20.034 Sec 44.923 MPH
Jay Halbrehder/Ron Drake C OB Tunnel 1/4 Oval 22.307 Sec 40.346 MPH
Jay Halbrehder/Ron Drake B OB Tunnel 1/4 Oval 20.916 Sec 43.029 MPH
Jay/Mic Halbrehder Q Mono 1/3 Oval 26.753 Sec 33.641 MPH
Jay Halbrehder/Ron Drake D OB Tunnel 1/4 Oval 20.911 Sec 42.039 MPH
Rick Grim LSG27 Jersey Skif 1/16 5.350 Sec 42.056 MPH


10-05-2014, 11:58 PM
Congrats guys, that's a lot of records. Well done!

This one must be a misprint:
"Doug Smock T Mono 1/16 18.539 Sec 48.572 MPH"

Doug Smock
10-06-2014, 08:51 AM
Congrats guys, that's a lot of records. Well done!

This one must be a misprint:
"Doug Smock T Mono 1/16 18.539 Sec 48.572 MPH"

Yes it was 1/4 mile oval.
I had to leave early Sat afternoon. Going to see a orthopedic surgeon tomorrow, my rt. knee is DONE! .:cursing:

How did you guys do in Flint?


10-06-2014, 12:50 PM
Sorry to hear about the knee Doug...did you hurt it there?

No big straightline speeds from Flint. I'm really not sure if any of the oval guys took any records or not. I try to pay attention but sometimes it's difficult, because the times that we had water that we were willing to run in, everybody was busy getting ready, taping up, etc., leaving little time to spectate.

I ran my SAW Q-cat a few times because it's not that fast and it navigates rougher water pretty well, but after waiting for half the day with my other cats, I got bored and decided to try and run the oval with my SAW S-cat. It was my first time trying to go around the buoys and I have to say it was fun. After a couple laps I was able to hold a fairly tight line for a SAW boat, although I did go through the corners pretty slowly. It was fun and worth a few laughs, and I enjoyed running the oval a lot more than I thought I would. :thumbup1:

Doug Smock
10-06-2014, 05:17 PM
The open windows for SAW in Huntsville were few as well. Glad you had some fun running the oval. I enjoy it too, but I'd rather blast up and down the straightaways.:w00t:

My knee has been giving me trouble since May, but only while kneeling. I was walking back to the pits when it told I was going home immediately!
I'm really glad my brother in law was with me or I would have been in serious trouble.:ohmy: