Over at Phil Kunz’s website a new WANTED poster is posted.
Calendars are here.
Calendars are here.
The latest Issue of the UNJ is available on our website. The May issue is packed with stories and news, starting with a shakeup within the U-1 Miss Homestreet Bank/ Madison race team, We remember H1 Historian Fred Farley, Part 2 of our exclusive visit with hydro broadcaster Steve Montgomery, the Time Capsule takes you back 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago, News from the Coeur d’Alene Silver Cup and the UAW-GM Spirit of Detroit Hydrofest, and the latest race team news in the HydroFile report.
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Enjoy your spring everyone, racing is right around the corner.
The staff at the UNJ
SFI has issued a recall notice for Ruian Dragon racing safety harnesses. Stop using immediately. See recall letter in A.P.B.A. section.
The new Safety Inspector Test is posted. Become a Safety Inspector today.
New WANTED poster of a very early Farmer hull over at Phil Kunz Photography.
New info posted in the APBA V&H section
– safety issues and forms that you may need.
– 2016 Schedule of Events.
– minutes from the 2016 National Meeting held in Chicago last month.
From APBA V&H Chief Inspector – Rich Evans:
There seems to be a great deal of consternation at the moment about re-certification of lifejackets.
Three areas that cover lifejackets are the manufacturing standards as rewritten in 2013, the General Safety-Racing Rules, and the Vintage By-Laws Article VI Paragraph 13.B. The By-Laws may be found on the APBA website.
At points in the past, it was required to re-certify your jacket on a regular basis. This is no longer required unless (a) you wish to do, or (b) your inspector feels that your safety would be best served by re-certification.
The reference in the Vintage By-Laws to a re-certification date is made simply to establish the fact that, if the jacket is re-certified, it is properly labeled by the person who did the work.
Vintage By-Laws are found at: https://www.apba.org/sites/all/files/documents/2015-V%26H.pdf
General Safety-Racing Rules: https://www.apba.org/sites/all/files/documents/2016-GSR-GRR_0.pdf
Lifejacket specs are at: http://www.apba.org/sites/all/files/documents/2013-APBA%20LIFE%20JACKET%20BASIC%20MANUFACTURING%20SPECIFICATIONS.pdf
New WANTED poster on Phil Kunz’s website.