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It was a weekend of extreme highs and lows in Tri-Cities, WA for the Miss Madison Racing Team and the U-1 Miss HomeStreet. Jimmy Shane drove Miss HomeStreet to the top qualifying spot with a 163.431 m.p.h. lap and won the Dash for Cash in the late afternoon. The highly anticipated new Miss HomeStreet arrived in the Lampson Pit Area Friday morning. HomeStreet Bank President & CEO Mark Mason and wife, Courtney, christened the new boat in the afternoon.
Fans have dubbed the boats #misshomestreetblue (2007 hull) and #misshomestreetwhite (2018 hull) based on their respective prominent color. Jimmy Shane took Miss HomeStreet white out for the first laps in testing on Saturday morning turned a fast lap of 142 m.p.h in the shakedown run. In a second test run on Sunday, the boat ran laps around 160 m.p.h.
Sunday brought a series of misfortunes for the team that culminated in a DSQ in the final for a lane violation. While the Miss Madison team did not have the weekend they planned for in Tri-Cities, they will take the positive of the performance of the new boat into this week’s Albert Lee Cup at Seattle Seafair.
The 2018 season began June 22-24 with the unlimited hydroplanes returning to Guntersville, Alabama for the first time since 1969 to race for the Southern Cup. Jimmy Shane in the U-1 Miss HomeStreet and Andrew Tate in the U-9 battled deck-to-deck in the final heat with the U-9 crossing the finish line 1st.
Next racing action moved to Madison, IN for the MTM Madison Regatta, July 7-8. Jimmy Shane drove the Miss HomeStreet to a convincing victory to win the Indiana Governor’s Cup in front of hometown fans.
Next stop on the 2018 schedule is July 27-29 in Tri-Cities, WA for the HAPO Columbia Cub. Miss Madison Racing plans to have the current national champion U-1 Miss HomeStreet there and to debut the newly constructed 7th generation Miss Madison hull.
Miss HomeStreet along with several other H1 Unlimited racing teams are headed to Guntersville, AL for the much anticipated return of unlimited hydroplane racing to the lake June 22-24. For event details go visit https://marshallcountycvb.com/on-the-lake/hydrofest
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. For 100 years, HomeStreet Bank has served its customers and communities, striving to “do well by doing good.” Today, at almost $6 billion dollars in assets, HomeStreet is one of the largest banks in the West and one of the largest mortgage lenders in the Pacific Northwest.
Learn more about the bank sponsorship of Miss Madison by visiting their Miss HomeStreet page.
HomeStreet, Inc. (NASDAQ:HMST) is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Seattle, Washington and is the holding company for HomeStreet Bank, a state-chartered, FDIC-insured savings bank. HomeStreet Bank offers consumer, commercial and private banking services, investment and insurance products and originates residential and commercial mortgages and construction loans for borrowers located in the Western United States and Hawaii. Additional information on HomeStreet Bank can be found at www.homestreet.com.