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    Default 1994 PRO Nationals

    Did you race in the 1994 PRO Nationals , did you finish a heat , then maybe you will find your name in these. I found them in a 1994 DePue race program I just received. I love collecting this stuff!!
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    Default 1994

    Here are Saturday's classes.
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    Sunday's classes
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    Dale-Good morning and great to see another Depue thread!!!! Especially many that we know. On Fridays OSY class C-21 is Matt Boyes not Boyer.

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    Default How Do The Score Races at DePue

    So, they run three heats of say six boats. Then, you take the top two from each heat and run six boats in the final???

    Explain to me the point system or how they do it?

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    If there are more then 12 boats registered, they split the field in to 2 heats of 12 or whatever the numbers of boats are over 12 in half. They get their normal APBA points for each heat. Those with the most points per 2 heats up to a maximum of 12 boats made up of the most points for each set of eliminations move on to the finals. They move on to a one heat final. Points for the 3 heats count toward who wins. I've also seen it where there were single heat eliminations then the top 12 move on to a two heat final. Points for all 3 heats count unlike SO where the points only count for the final heats. Years ago we ran one heat eliminations & one heat finals. Less confusing.
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    Default Still Don't Get It!

    I show up to race, 12 boats. Two 6 boat heats. Then, heat three is made up of the 6 boats with the most points?

    So, If run heat one, and don't race against the guys from heat two, until I get to heat three???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    I show up to race, 12 boats. Two 6 boat heats. Then, heat three is made up of the 6 boats with the most points?

    So, If run heat one, and don't race against the guys from heat two, until I get to heat three???
    With only 12 registered boats, all boats are eligible to run all 3 heats. So whoever gets the most accumulative points for all 3 heats winsl
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    Default OK, 16 Boats

    So, with 12 boats, you'd race three heat? Not two?

    How do the three heats work with 16 boats? Or what about 36 boats? 12, 12, and 12. Top 12 in the finals. Most points win?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    So, with 12 boats, you'd race three heat? Not two?

    How do the three heats work with 16 boats? Or what about 36 boats? 12, 12, and 12. Top 12 in the finals. Most points win?
    yes. Only the USTS series runs 3 heats, APBA should, after eliminating those boring low boat count classes
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