Go-fast powerboats from around the country continue to arrive for this weekend’s Texas Outlaw Challenge Poker Run. Among the extensive exotic hardware already in town is a trio of Mystic catamarans—Low Altitude, Win Farnsworth’s turbine-powered 50-footer, Agent Provocateur, the new C4400 owned by Chris Walker and Habitual, Chad Collier’s recently re-rigged 50-footer.
On photo assignment once again for speedonthewater.com, Yvonne Aleman captured the Mystic fleet, as well as several other sweet rides, yesterday afternoon and evening on their way—or already on display—at the Kemah Boardwalk.
Hot stuff at the Texas Outlaw Challenge—check out the slideshow above. Photos courtesy/copyright Yvonne Aleman/Speedonthewater.com.
“They are starting to roll in from everywhere,” Aleman said in message she sent along with her images last night. “There are boats at every gas station and every corner.”
And that includes some of the fastest powerboats in the world, such as Low Altitude, which laid down a 201.8-mph run in today’s top-speed shootout and is a lock to be the winner of the event—and its fastest entry in history.
Look for additional updates on the Texas Outlaw Challenge on speedonthewater.com as the weekend progresses.
Greg Harris, photographer Yvonne Aleman, Beau Renfroe and Tiffiney Renfroe, on scene this weekend at The Texas Outlaw Challenge.
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