APBA appeal awards Tri-Cities win to Shane "five months after race win originally awarded to Kelly"

How the hell can a sport sustain its self by changing the outcome of race nearly 5 months after the event has taken place. If you scan the most popular powerboat racing related Facebook Pages and websites you will find the same sentiment. Chime in and let us hear your thoughts on this new announcement.

Via Hydro News William H Codianni Most rigged sport of all time. And the heads wonder why they only have 6 boats at every race.

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Photo Madison -Courier COME TOGETHER: A still from the U-1 Miss HomeStreet Bank/Miss Madison onboard camera shows the collision between the Madison boat and rival U-16 Oh Boy! Oberto during the final heat of the HAPO Columbia Cup in Tri-Cities, Wash.
Photo Madison -Courier COME TOGETHER: A still from the U-1 Miss HomeStreet Bank/Miss Madison onboard camera shows the collision between the Madison boat and rival U-16 Oh Boy! Oberto during the final heat of the HAPO Columbia Cup in Tri-Cities, Wash.

Five months after Jimmy Shane and the U-1 Miss HomeStreet Bank/Miss Madison were penalized for a collision in the final heat at Tri-Cities, that penalty has been reversed and the win awarded to Shane and Miss Madison Racing.

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