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Next Race

Mon Jun 03 2024

Shootout Offshore Lake of the Ozarks

Three Class 1 boats arrived at the Lake of the Ozarks for races two and three of the seven-race / five-event UIM Class 1 World Championship. Hot off the heels of their round-one victory at Cocoa Beach, #17 dfYOUNG / Good Boy Vodka, crewed by Rich Wyatt and Alex Pratt, were hoping to again leave the opposition in their wake.

Owner/Throttleman Mike Falco and driver Billy Moore (#18 Team Defalco) had something to prove, having had a cracking qualifying time at Cocoa Beach, only to be let down by one small piece of rubber in the main race.

In a surprise move, Tyler Miller, Owner/Throttleman of #06 Monster Energy / M CON Racing, decided to trust his recent back surgery to the longer hull and smooth waters of the lake, racing for the first time this season alongside driver Myrick Coil.

Defalco again proved fastest in the qualifying race but had a smaller lead than at Cocoa Beach. Monster Energy/M CON Racing, on home waters, came in 0.7 seconds behind them, leaving dfYOUNG / Good Boy Vodka to follow in third place.

The first of the two scheduled races was due to start on Friday afternoon, but pouring rain / poor visibility caused the race to be postponed until the following day.

The rescheduled Class 1 race started at 11:00 Saturday morning. Initially, Team Defalco took the lead but pulled out after only completing two laps, handing the lead to Monster Energy / M CON. dfYOUNG / Good Boy Vodka followed suit after five laps, leaving Monster Energy / M CON to race unopposed for the remaining seven laps.

At the end of the day's racing the three Class 1 boats again lined up for the start of Race 2. Technical issues with the dfYOUNG boat took it out on the start line. Defalco, still having problems, managed to initially keep their speed up but started to drop off in lap 11, managing to hang on until lap 13 which gave them the 70% of race distance required to qualify for 15 points in second place.

Tyler Miller and Myrick Coil finished the weekend with a full bag of 40 points, leaving them in a very strong position for the next two races being held at Sheboygan on the western shore of Lake Michigan, on August 9 - 11.

Results from Lake of the Ozarks Class 1 Standings

Qualifying Race Lap Times

Team Name Boat # Class Driver Throttle Lap 1 Lap 2
Team Defalco 18 Class 1 Billy Moore Mike Falco 2:14.52 2:13.82
Monster Energy / M CON 06 Class 1 Myrick Coil Tyler Miller 2:14.82 2:14.22
dfYOUNG / Good Boy Vodka 17 Class 1 Alex Pratt Rich Wyatt 2:22.45 2:21.14
Start: 14:15 Finish: 14:35

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