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The Need for Speed
Sequim natives George McMurray and John Hanson broke the land speed record for 100cc motorcycles during Bonneville Speed Week last week. According to McMurray, the previous top speed for a 100cc motorcycle on the short course (three miles) was 81.869 miles per hour, set by a Honda in 1975.
Running as the Tri-Mac Speedsters, Hanson and McMurray topped that with a fast time of 85.256 mph.
Above is McMurray’s “Super-Fly,” pictured at Port Angeles Power last month. Bonneville Land Speed Racing is a unique sport featuring hot rods, roadsters, belly tankers, lakesters, motorcycles, streamliners and even diesel trucks. The salt flats are located about 90 miles west of Salt Lake City, Utah.
See www.scta-bni.org for more information, photos and results.