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Next Race

Bracket 500 Class at Sarasota 2023

Bracket Class 700 Bracket Class 600 Bracket Class 500 Bracket Class 400 Bracket Class 200 Vee Classes Super Stock Factory 450R Super Cat Class 1 More on the Classes Why the flags? Results

The Bracket 500 race started with reigning Class Champions 527 TFR/XINSURANCE in front, rightly expecting a podium after remaining unbeaten all season. Sadly it was not to be, and JJ Turk and Micheal Stancombe pulled off the course shortly after, having dropped a valve. This left 516 Bronx Phantom, crewed by Rob and Vincent Winoski, in the lead until it, too, pulled off the course with technical difficulties. Both boats had to be towed in. This opened up the field for Elijah Kingery and Eric Ullom to come to the front with 517 Bulletproof. The 29-foot Warlock benefited from a lot of work carried out over the winter to the engine and the boat, some of which was carried out by Brit Lilly's company LSB.

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