Madison, Indiana was settled in the early 1800's by pioneers floating down the Ohio River looking for new opportunity. It became one of the major cities in the … Read More »
Miss Madison Racing Unlimited Hydroplanes
The Miss Madison Racing Team was established in 1961 when industrialist Sam DuPont donated his unlimited hydroplane known as Nitrogen to the people of Madison, Indiana. Miss Madison has been campaigning on the unlimited circuit ever since – the longest running continuous team in the sport. Read more about the specification of our two current boats, Miss HomeStreet and Miss Goodman Real Estate.
Community Driven — it’s not just a slogan, it’s a way of life for both the Miss Madison Racing Team and for HomeStreet Bank. Since 1921, HomeStreet Bank has served … Read More »
Founded in 1991 by John Goodman, Goodman Real Estate, Inc. (GRE) is a leading privately held real estate investment company specializing in multifamily and … Read More »
December 22, 2022: Dylan Runne is no stranger to competition, from corporate boardrooms to professional boat racing. Today, he becomes the 24th driver in Miss Madison Incorporated’s storied 62-year history. Runne, twenty-eight of Rumson, New Jersey was selected to be the new driver of the U-1 Miss HomeStreetafter an impressive tryout at the 2022 San… Read More »
Nov 23, 2022: Miss Madison Racing is announcing today that Andrew Tate will drive the U-91 Miss Goodman Real Estate in 2023. Tate, 33, of Canton, Michigan returns to the cockpit of an Unlimited after a successful stint racing in the Grand Prix class of the Hydroplane Racing League. The 2018 H1 Unlimited National Champion… Read More »
After 10 successful years as an Unlimited hydroplane driver, the last 8 with Miss Madison Racing, Jimmy Shane has decided to retire. Jimmy has accumulated 25 race wins, 8 National Championships and 5 APBA Gold Cup victories. Jimmy intends to focus on his sons’ activities. Miss Madison President Charlie Grooms stated the search for… Read More »