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1969-71 Notre Dame

1969-71 Notre Dame

Owner/Driver: Chip Dean

Hometown: Puyallup, WA

Yearly Boat Points Finishes

2022: Did not participate

2021: Did not participate

2020: Not held due to COVID-19 pandemic

2019: 690 points, 48th of 59 boats

2018: 1300 points, 32nd of 58 boats

2017: Did not participate

2016: Did not participate

2015: Did not participate

2014: 849 points, T-49th of 55 boats

Unlimited Hydroplane Info


Hull #6907

The Notre Dame debuted in 1969 and raced until 1971, when it was destroyed at Seattle with Billy Sterret Jr. driving. Leif Borgesen drove the boat for its first two years on the circuit. It never won a race, but did finish 2nd four times.

The boat made its debut in Guntersville, Alabama, on June 8th for the Dixie Cup. With Borgesen at the wheel, it finished fourth in its debut race. It would finish the 1969 season 4th in points, finishing 2nd in Owensboro and the Tri-Cities.

1969-71 Notre Dame

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