Andrew Tate, left, driving the U-9 Les Schwab Tires unlimited hydroplane to a heat victory during the HAPO Columbia Cup in July, won the President’s Cup in Detroit on Saturday for his second career cup victory.
Andrew Tate, left, driving the U-9 Les Schwab Tires unlimited hydroplane to a heat victory during the HAPO Columbia Cup in July, won the President’s Cup in Detroit on Saturday for his second career cup victory. Bob Brawdy Herald file
Andrew Tate, left, driving the U-9 Les Schwab Tires unlimited hydroplane to a heat victory during the HAPO Columbia Cup in July, won the President’s Cup in Detroit on Saturday for his second career cup victory. Bob Brawdy Herald file

Tate uses flying start to blow past Detroit field in President’s Cup final

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