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Keeping Pace: H1 Unlimited Hydroplane racing brings Gold Cup to Tri-Cities

H1 Unlimited Hydroplane racing makes the first of two Northwest stops this weekend beginning with the running of the 50th annual Columbia Cup in Kennewick followed by Seafair next Sunday in Seattle. This year’s Kennewick stop takes on adding meaning for the sport in its only Eastern Washington event for 2015.

Hydros could return to Lake Coeur d’Alene this summer

Hydroplane racing may be back in Coeur d’Alene this summer. H1 Unlimited, which sanctions hydroplane races, said it has signed an agreement with Coeur d’Alene Hydroplane Regatta LLC, to stage unlimited hydroplane races on the lake from Aug. 14-16. The new races would be called the Coeur d’Alene Silver Cup.

Sheriff: No hydroplane races this year

Hydroplane race organizers are asking the Kootenai County sheriff to reconsider his decision denying a water event permit for the Diamond Cup over Labor Day weekend.

Lake Coeur d’Alene hydroplane races returning for 2014

Hydroplane racing will return to Lake Coeur d’Alene this summer, even as the sponsor works to pay off bills from last year’s resurrection of the Diamond Cup. “We’re really no different than any other business that didn’t make money its first year,” Diamond Cup President Doug Miller said Monday.

Diamond Cup group secures backing for race

A group resurrecting hydroplane racing on Lake Coeur d’Alene has cleared a tall hurdle to staging the event at the end of summer. CdA Diamond Cup LLC said Thursday it has raised enough money from sponsors, donations and the backing of a Spokane bank to ensure the races happen over Labor Day weekend.