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July 29, 2014 3:21 PM

U-17 owner Nate Brown turns to fans to help fund final race

Veteran hydroplane driver and owner Nate Brown is calling it quits after the Albert Lee Cup at Seafair on Sunday, and he has taken a creative measure to fund his final race: crowdsourcing.

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