The sun came out and so did sprint boat fans as the race boats made their return to Extreme Sports Park on July 27 — and got to cheer on a hometown favorite to a victory. The Wicked Racing No. 10 unlimited boat driven by Port Angeles’ Dan Morrison and navigated by his stepdaughter Cara McGuire posted the fastest lap time and advanced through elimination rounds to earn the win in the final in 41.423 seconds. The second sprint boat race at Extreme Sports Park is set for Saturday, Sept. 7. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

The sun came out and so did sprint boat fans as the race boats made their return to Extreme Sports Park on July 27 — and got to cheer on a hometown favorite to a victory. The Wicked Racing No. 10 unlimited boat driven by Port Angeles’ Dan Morrison and navigated by his stepdaughter Cara McGuire posted the fastest lap time and advanced through elimination rounds to earn the win in the final in 41.423 seconds. The second sprint boat race at Extreme Sports Park is set for Saturday, Sept. 7. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Port Angeles’ Wicked Racing sprints to a win

  • Wednesday, July 31, 2019 1:30am
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The sun came out and so did sprint boat fans as the race boats made their return to Extreme Sports Park on July 27 — and got to cheer on a hometown favorite to a victory. The Wicked Racing No. 10 unlimited boat driven by Port Angeles’ Dan Morrison and navigated by his stepdaughter Cara McGuire posted the fastest lap time and advanced through elimination rounds to earn the win in the final in 41.423 seconds. The second sprint boat race at Extreme Sports Park is set for Saturday, Sept. 7. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

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