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H1 debacle continues as rumors of the U9 sitting out for 2019 circulate across social media

Considering the fact there is no official 2019 published schedule for the H1 series one can only speculate what the real future is. You’ve got Detroit Gate and countless other issues plaguing what’s currently left of a very small fleet of boats so only time will tell if series organizers are able to pull a rabbit out of a hat.

Looking at all the facts the most glaring one is the fact that no official schedule for the 2019 season has been released, so draw your own conclusions on where the series will land.

Photo: U-9 Delta Realtrac: 2017 APBA Gold Cup Qualifying — YouTube

Jerry Schoenith 10 hrs

The story of the Day. Jones racing is not going to race this year, maybe Seattle and Tri-Cities

Originally published at hydroracerlive.kinja.com on March 20, 2019.

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