Located in an overcrowded, cramped industrial park building it is all but impossible to find. Once the admission fee is paid no one really wants to talk with you and the one person who did knew less about the hydros than we did. The sad part is that we took two younger generations of family with us trying to spark some interest and it was a failure, plain and simple. They need to move into a larger building in a more populated area to attract more people as Seattle is a hydroplane racing town with a rich history of racing.
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