Photo by Tiffany Gonigam
John Peeters of Stanwood races at the 2012 APBA Pro National Championships on Lake DePue in DePue, Ill. Racing in the OSY-400 class, Peeters won his fifth consecutive national title in 2012, and he added his sixth straight national championship earlier this month at Watts Bar Lake in Kingston, Tenn.
August 18 2013
By Dan Lawrence
Its not enough that the Seattle based driver has just come off a whirlwind tour where he recently secured his 6 OSY 400 National Championships in a row — at Kingston Waterfront Park. during the 2013 APBA Pro Nationals.
Dialing in the bottom. Soon loading into the container which is headed for Coniston, England for their Records Week. UIM OSY 400 Kilo Record, be scared, we're coming for you!! - John Peeters Facebook Profile
With no rest in sight John has begun preparing for his journey across the pond to Coniston, Cumbria UK where he will attempt to set a world UIM OSY400 speed title.
JW Myers, and Bob Wartinger, who owns the current OSY record will be accompanying John to Coniston where the team is sure to be a force to be reckoned with.
Stay tune to HydroRacer Live as we chronicle Johns story and what hopefully will be a new OSY400 world record. When’s it on: 04/11/2013 till 08/11/2013 from N/A each day.
Rich Myhre, Herald Writer
Far from the pomp and prestige of the unlimited hydroplane racing circuit, John Peeters is quietly closing in on hydro history. Earlier this month, the 31-year-old Stanwood man won his sixth straight national championship in OSY-400, a popular class of limited hydros. The six national titles in a row equals a recent string by Buddy Tennel of Buford, Ga., in the 125cc class for the longest consecutive runs of national championships in American Power Boat Association history.