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Bobby Genovese Debuts Miss Canada IV; Launches BG Vintage Racing Team
Date:7/20/2013

New York, New York (PRWEB) July 20, 2013

The legendary and newly-restored Miss Canada IV will make her second debut at the Antique & Classic Boat Society Toronto on Saturday, July 6, 2013 in Gravenhurst, Ontario, thanks to Bobby Genovese. Her first debut was in 1949, 64 years ago.

"Miss Canada IV's debut at the 'Greatest Race Boat Show' in Canadian History by Bobby Genovese also marks the launch of Genovese's BG Vintage Racing Team and official entry into the North American Vintage Raceboat circuit," announced Restoration Team Coordinator Jamie Smith and Manager of Genovese's BG Vintage Racing Team. Smith is past president of ACBS Toronto and former director of ACBS International.

"Miss Canada IV underwent an extensive 23 month restoration effort, including the installation of a 3000 horsepower Rolls-Royce Griffon engine," explained Smith. Her next appearance will be at the Rideau Ferry Regatta on August 16-18 2013 and at a variety of local boat shows and community events to be announced.

Genovese will share driving honors with Canadian Boating Federation Hall of Famer Norm Woods. The legendary world racing champion won the World Championship in Can Am flat bottom boats in 1988 and the North American Championship from 1990 to 1993. He won a silver medal in the 1992 world competition at Valleyfield and went on to set a new speed record for the class that year. He competed in the KRR Unlimited Class from 1994 – 1998 and in 2002 was inducted into the Canadian Boating Federation's Hall of Fame.

Also on hand will be Harry Wilson, the son of Miss Canada IV's original race team, Harold & Lorna Wilson, and the head researcher and historian d
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