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Date: Sun 18 Jun 2017

Frank and Als take top spot in St Pete Beach despite penalty

It was a fantastic weekend of racing as the waters off St Pete Beach provided the perfect conditions for some side-by-side racing.

And it was Frank and Als who came out on top after notching up two wins from four races to take a comfortable lead for the weekend and take control of the championship standings after three rounds.

They suffered a penalty in the final race that demoted them to sixth but it was more than enough to keep them on top after Visit Jacksonville were forced to sit out Sunday’s racing because of a mechanical issue.

Visit St Petersburg/Clearwater, the home team for the weekend, came back strongly on Sunday to take the victory in race four, however, it wasn’t enough to knock Spectre off second spot.

Team Barbados came into the weekend leading the championship but they could only manage fifth sandwiched between fourth place Southeastern Lighting Solutions and sixth FJ Propellers.

GEICO continued to struggle and there was a no show from Sarasota Ford on Sunday who will now be looking to get back on track at their home race weekend on Fourth of July weekend.

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