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The major win that Bob Bull took home in 2015 with his CMS team using two of our catamarans is being highlighted. He and John Tomlinson set out on a mission to do something special at this event and they did just that. Continue reading to learn more about the memories!

A longtime supporter of the MTI high-performance catamaran and center console brand and the Scism family behind it, Bob Bull does nothing half-hearted. That was especially true for the Florida-based businessman when he competed in offshore racing’s Unlimited class under the Super Boat International banner. Like the former race-producing outfit, Bull has been gone from the sport for several years but his accomplishments live on.

Among the most-noteworthy achievements of Bull’s Unlimited-class CMS team was its dominance in the three-race 2015 Super Boat International World Championships in Key West, Fla. The two-boat team showed up with heavy hardware—52- and 48-foot MTI catamarans powered by Mercury Racing 1650 engines and with more than a few of the brand-new quad-cam four-valve turbocharged mills in reserve—and four of the fiercest competitors ever to climb into the cockpit. Bull drove the 52-footer with MTI founder/company owner Randy Scism handling the throttles. John Tomlinson throttled the 48-footer with Jeff Harris on the wheel.

It was, as the saying goes, a dream team. And one that, with one boat or another, took all three checkered flags in Key West against the Alex and AniCRCMiss GEICO and Performance Boat Center/Speed Racer teams.

“Bob got the world championship and we got No. 2, that’s what we wanted,” Tomlinson said following the team title-clinching Sunday performance. “It was about 4-foot out there. We ran moderately hard, but still safely and conservatively. Everybody is happy and everybody came back in one piece.

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