A Wet and Wild Weekend Extreme Sports Park, Port Angeles
A Wet and Wild Weekend Extreme Sports Park, Port Angeles
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Date(s) - August 22, 2015
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Extreme Sports Park


Join Classic Rock 92.9 KISM for the most exciting boat races you’ll ever see, the American Sprint Boat Races at Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles, August 22nd.

The ESP sprint boat track is designed to take these jet boats to speeds up to 90mph, pulling 7Gs around each turn in 3 feet of water. A pre-determined racing path is created and racers/navigators must follow the correct sequence through the course.

Race fans can view the event all along the perimeter of the track, fromĀ general bleacher seating, VIP sections, as well as a giant grassy knoll within the comfort of your favorite lawn chair!

Plus, if you’re a Classic Rockforce member, you could win VIP tickets to the races and overnight stay at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Sequim.

See for yourself how crazy these races are by clicking the video below:

ESP Sprint Boat Races

Get your tickets here.

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