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Through Them, the Rivalry of Their Mentors Lives On
Reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, September 17, 1986
SAN DIEGO — Bill Muncey vs. Dean Chenoweth. Atlas Van Lines vs. Miss Budweiser.
There were some fierce hydroplane races between those intense rivals in the 1970s and early '80s.
Muncey was the American Power Boat Assn. national champion in 1972, '76, '78 and '79 and is the all-time leading unlimited hydroplane racer with 62…Continue
Added by Hydroplane Museum on March 27, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments
He's Mr. Calm, Cool and Collected in the Most Dangerous Game of Hydroplane Racing
Reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, September 09, 1985
SEATTLE — The deaths of boat racers Jerry Bangs and Bill Muncey gave Chip Hanauer the opportunity he needed to become the No. 1 driver of unlimited hydroplanes.
When Bangs was killed on Lake Washington in 1977, Hanauer was chosen to replace him. He was 22, a weekend racer, a schoolteacher with a…Continue
Added by Hydroplane Museum on March 18, 2012 at 10:56am — No Comments
As many of you know, Seattle's Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) has long been the home of the Slo-mo-shun IV, unlimited hydoplane racing's "Grand Old Lady". Well, MOHAI is moving from it's long time location at McCurdy Park, near the University of Washington, to the Naval Reserve Armory Building at Lake Union Park.