SEATTLE, July 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In the second unlimited hydroplane race of the season, Miss HomeStreet and championship driver Jimmy Shane have come in 3 rd at the HAPO Columbia Cup as part of this year's Tri-City Water Follies.Considered by many to be the fastest race of the season, Miss HomeStreet thrilled spectators with top speeds of nearly 200 miles per hour on the 2.5-mile river course. "Congratulations to U-12 and the Graham Trucking team for the hard-fought win," said Miss HomeStreet driver Jimmy Shane. "I want to thank all of the fans who came out here today to show their support and watch the best hydroplane racers in the country. We're looking forward to the next race at Seafair, and we hope to see everyone who cheered us on this weekend in Seattle." Ahead of Seattle's Seafair, Shane will be meeting and greeting fans alongside the boat at Seattle's Westlake Park on Aug. 2 from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. "Jimmy and the entire team went out there today and put on a great performance in front of thousands of fans," said HomeStreet Bank CEO and President Mark K. Mason. "Hydroplane racing is a long-standing tradition in the Pacific Northwest, and HomeStreet Bank is always proud to join the community and be a part of the action."
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