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In years past, the Unlimited Racing Commission used to produce a Media Guide each year that served as a reference for the sport’s records. A record book like that hasn’t been produced for many years, but now an updated version is available ... for free.

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The UNJ Hydro Record Book is available here on the Unlimited NewsJournal website.

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SAN DIEGO — The world’s fastest race boats will wrap up the 2021 H1 Unlimited Racing Series in San Diego this weekend where they will not only compete to win the HomeStreet Bank San Diego Bayfair event, but also to be crowned the season’s national champion.
The boats, which are capable of speeds reaching 200 miles per hour, will race on Mission Bay Friday through Sunday, September 17 to 19. The “Greatest Show on H-2-O” has so far produced three different winners in the three races held so far in 2021, making this one of the most competitive campaigns in recent memory. Live Streaming on the H1 Unlimited YouTube channel

 Corey Peabody/Strong Racing win in the Tri-Cities

 Miss HomeStreet leads the national title chase 

J. Michael Kelly leads the driver standings