Contact Us

How do I get involved?
The Classic Outboard Runabout (COR 2.0 and COR 100) classes compete under the Special Events catagory of the American Power Boat Association (APBA) and are managed as such with the assistance of the COR Chairman and other Directors.

Please feel free to contact us:

Mike Q: COR Chairman -

Greg B: Driver's Rep -

Dave and Tim C: Activity Directors - or

Kevin T: New Driver Mentor -

Emelio M: Safety Leader -

Anna T: Secretary

Rod Z: Class Founder -

Who promotes the races?
For APBA Region 11 races in the Northern California area contact Bill Boyes at 925-785-5859.

For APBA Region 12 races in the Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona area contact Ross Wallach at 310-318-4012 and Scott Schatz 951-403-7775.

How can I contact a driver or get information on the upcoming events?
You can join the conversation and gain additional information on our forums at:

How do I register for the COR site?
Please contact us directly at with your preferred user name and we will activate your account. Racers, river races, and fans are welcomed on the COR site.


I would like to make it over to Ming on Sat. but I cant stay all day do to a birthday party I have to go to . Does anyone have an approximate time the CORs will be running? I would love to stay and watch the whole thing but cant.
Jack [ hydroc888]

Our boat is no longer up for sale. Could the web-master please remove it from the classified section. Thank you, Thomas

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All set. Regards.


I sent a request to change my user name and password to: As of present, it has not been changed. Did I send it to the right source? If you can do it, please do or get hold of the person that can. Thank you very much.


Capnzee88's picture

Mike, give me a call regarding financing for the year. and by the way, would you have a 30 inch bow lift prop you would sell or trade for a beautiful 26. I am hitting the limit (6100) on my opti 225. Rod

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Greg Ronkainen tells me to expect 6 or 7 COR boats at the upcoming Long Beach race. This will be one of Ross' first non-APBA races. I hope every one who can will support this race. The "88" boat will be running with in the COR field as a "SPORTSMAN". If there are any other boats out there that would like to compete as a Sportsman, give me a call. If you are OMC/yamaha or otherwise powered, give me a call. If you meet the safety requirements I believe I can "work you in" as a Sportsman. Don't miss the opportunity to race in the stadium before thousands of spectators. This is a non-APBA race. There is no annual APBA fee required to race. Rod (310) 488-3563

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There will be a good bbq and toasting of pointy boats.

Capnzee88's picture

Bring plenty of gas, looks like the pointy boats will get lots of time on the water. Refreshing! and a renewal of lots of past friendships. The "88" Sportsman ran a very nice 5500 rrr's today, should be ready to go on Saturday. Spend less have fun...Let the big boyz go and race with the pack.learn by running in the ruff, if you like it, bring your $$$$'s, step up and give the leaders a go! We actually have race boats you can borrow, call our leader Greg Ronkainen for more information and join the "rush". Stop by the 88 boat at Long Beach next week-end, find out what this new "movement" is all about! Want a picture of your kid, or yourself in a race boat, YOU GOT IT! Rod

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It looks like it is all coming together. Friday afternoon and the beach at the stadium is already full as spectators and vendors have staked out their spots. I talked to Bob Leach who has a beautiful vintage hydro that will be part of the opening ceremony. The pits are already teaming with excitement and the word is, over 70 boats pre-registered with more to come tomorrow. The Mod- VP (COR) has a nice field of 7 boats, all classic pointy noses. The format presented should give us 3 heats of 5 laps each. Should be lots of fun! Rod

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Ross did a great job of putting together a very complicated race day, Both sides of the stadium were filled, the pits seemed to work flawlessly and the Mod VP boats were on deck and ran fast, safe races that were very competitive. The lone Sportsman did as expected. It ran every heat, ate up very little fuel and finished last in every heat. Can't blame the engine entirely as my driving was not up to par while the others did a masterful job, starting, through the turns and staging on a very narrow course. Thee is some growing interest in the Sportsman boats as the price seems very attractive. I was never lapped and did manage to be on the same lap but at opposite ends of the course==but that is to be expected. Emilio brought a racing friend from Mexico who did a fine job of showing many of us around the course. Rod

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Another day of exciting, safe day of racing for the Mod VP (2.0) boats with the 234 boat being the eventual first place winner after 6 heats of racing. Great driving by Rick and great preparation by Kevin! The 88 Sportsman didn't win anything, the "claimer" engine just couldn't keep up but it was a lot closer at the end of the day than it was Saturday morning. On the other hand, I scored a "first" in the Sportsman class (chuckle). Bill James was back, driving Greg Ronkainen's number 2 boat and made it look like maybe it should be the number 1 boat. Emilio's friend from Mexico did a great job of driving and posted several top finishes. I apologise for not being more precise on the results but I'm not a scorer just trying my best to keep this web-site alive and promote some interest in the affordable Sportsman and Mod VP 2.0 Class Rod

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Another great race weekend in Long Beach with a great boat and fan turnout. With some very competitive heats, I think our two Class put on a pretty good show for the fans. Many thanks to family and friends who helped make this weekend possible.