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Michigan City Wrap-Up: Broadco Doubles Up
As stop No. 4 on the 2014 SBI circuit, the double-points Michigan City event saw flat conditions for both races today. Broadco team owner/driver Chuck Broaddus and throttleman/team manager Grant Bruggemann reportedly led both races wire to wire in their 40-foot Marine Technology Inc., catamaran with twin 750-hp Ilmor/Scorpion engines.

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Photo courtesy of Shoot 2 Thrill
August 3, 2014
Written by Matt Trulio for SpeedOnTheWater.com


After starting the 2014 Super Boat International (SBI) season with a pair of second-place finishes and one third-place result, Broadco took its first Superboat-class SBI victories of the year over Stihl in Michigan City, Ind., today. While Broadco prevailed last weekend at the Offshore Powerboat Association (OPA) Super Cat race in St. Clair, Mich., the 38-foot Stihl catamaran came into Michigan City with podium-topping finishes in the first three races of the SBI season.
Another 2nd place finish for BROADCO Cat 5 
Team BROADCO took home 2nd place at the International Offshore Powerboat Race in Port Huron, Michigan
August 24, 2014

It was a great day of racing in Pensacola! Congrats to STIHLOffshore Racing for the checkered flag, Team BROADCO with 2nd, WHM in 3rd, and Racing For Cancer in 4th.

Hope to see everyone at the Annual Clearwater Super Boat National Championship next month!
BROADCO Cat 5 takes 2nd at Thunder on the Gulf
August 22, 2014

It was 2 races in ORANGE BEACH! Chuck & Grant took a dominating lead in the first race to place 1st. The second that put the in 2nd behind Stihl. With both Broadco Cat 5 & Stihl both taking a 1st & 2nd places finish, it came down to fastest average lap speed for the tie-breaker. Stihl inched out the victory with an average of 103.92 to Broadco's 103.73, giving the overall win to Stihl.

The Cat 5 team is ready to do it all over again on Sunday in Pensacola at the Thunder Run.