A racing boat speeds between new, left, and old Seven Mile Bridges in the Florida Keys enroute to victory in the Superboat Unlimited Class in 2002. at the Marathon Super Boat Grand Prix.
A racing boat speeds between new, left, and old Seven Mile Bridges in the Florida Keys enroute to victory in the Superboat Unlimited Class in 2002. at the Marathon Super Boat Grand Prix. JOE CARDENAS AP FILE/2002
A racing boat speeds between new, left, and old Seven Mile Bridges in the Florida Keys enroute to victory in the Superboat Unlimited Class in 2002. at the Marathon Super Boat Grand Prix. JOE CARDENAS AP FILE/2002

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