World Record set in Dayton Ohio Eastwood Lake where boat racers have been setting and breaking world records since 1966, is known as the Hydro Bowl.

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Dayton Ohio Eastwood Lake where boat racers have been setting and breaking world records since 1966, is known as the Hydro Bowl.

Yesterday we had a world record broken not just once but twice, in the B Stock Hydro

Dr Rick Miller owner of What’s Up Doc? Racing sets two World Records yesterday at the Hydro Bowl in Dayton. The course is a surveyed one-mile oval, with three laps being the distance covered. The record is for how quickly the three total miles are covered. The first record Rick bettered the 3-mile time by 5 seconds. In the second heat, Rick bettered his record that he established in his first heat by 1 second for his second record.

Rick owns Grove Dental Associates in Grove; Okla. Rick is a 3rd generation Driver for What’s up Doc? Racing. The record that Rick broke was previously held by Braxton Miller the 4th generation for What’s up Doc? Racing. During Rick’s Racing career he has won over 107 National Championships and is a 5-time APBA Hall of Champions Member.

 

You can see the races on TKDS Sports Network @ https://Videos.tkdssports.con/Daytonrace

You can also view the races from the first day.

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