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Powerboat going 200 mph flips out of control as it approaches finish line in Missouri race (VIDEO) Joel Begin, 47, and Michael Fiore, 44, were both thrown from the boat and hospitalized after the jaw-dropping crash. A powerboat cruising along at 200 mph in Missouri flipped out of control in front of 75,000 terrified spectators over the weekend.
Heart-stopping footage shows the brand new catamaran being tossed 60-feet into the air at the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout on Saturday morning.
The 46-foot long SC Outerlimits vessel spins 360 degrees, twice, before violently smashing into the water.

Driver Joel Begin, 47, and throttle man Michael Fiore, 44, were both thrown from the craft during the accident.
Fiore, a father of two from Rhode Island, was airlifted to University Hospital where he is said to remain in serious but stable condition. KSDK reports that the event, which attracts 100 boats that compete at speeds as fast as 208 mph, is billed as America's largest unsanctioned boat race.
Divers, Joel Begin, 47, of Valley Field, Quebec, and Michael Fiore, 44, of Bristol, RI, were traveling at 179mph when wind interference caused them to lose control of their 42 foot Outerlimits Catamaran. LAKE OF THE OZARKS • A Wildwood woman has died after a boating accident at the Lake of the Ozarks earlier this month.

SUNRISE BEACH, Missouri — Two men were hospitalized after their boat went airborne at 179 mph during the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout on Saturday morning.
Outerlimits Powerboats posted on their Facebook page that Fiore is still critical but stable condition and Begin is doing well and out of the hospital. The 42-foot Outerlimits Catamaran overturned twice, before it re-entered the water bow first.

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