Dave Taylor
Miss Madison, the world's only community-owned Unlimited hydroplane driven by Jimmy Shane and sponsored by HomeStreet Bank, is the 2017 H1 Unlimited Hydroplane National Champion for the fourth year in a row, out-pointing Andrew Tate in the U-9 Realtrac/Delta gear.
HomeStreet-sponsored Miss Madison claims championship

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. –Andrew Tate took home the Bill Muncey Cup presented by HomeStreet Bank at San Diego Bayfair on Sunday and U-1 Miss HomeStreet/Miss Madison’s Jimmy Shane won the 2017 H1 Unlimited national championship.
Tate in the U-9 Realtrac/Delta gear saved his best for the last race of the season by jumping out to an early lead and holding off a hard-charging J. Michael Kelly in the U-12 Graham Trucking boat. Kelly nearly passed Tate but by Lap 4 Tate pulled ahead for good. Kelly finished second and Shane took third in the final.