|Results - Class: P1 Panther 250 US Round: 2 Heat: 2 Location: Madison Date: Fri 8 Jul 2011|
|Class:||P1 Panther 250 US|
|Race Distance:||15 nm||Laps:||10|
|Pos||Team||Driver||Navigator||Time||Avg Kts||Avg MPH||Avg KPH||Pts|
|1st||JD Byrider||Mark Kowalski||Cory Kowalski||00:22:00||40.91||47.08||75.76||20|
|3rd||Peters & May||00:23:00||39.13||45.03||72.47||15|
|4th||Oregon Custom Marine||John Hansen||Jorge De-Arellano||00:25:00||36.00||41.43||66.67||14|
Madison is a beautiful historic town in Indiana located in Jefferson County on the banks of the Ohio River. Some have called Madison "The prettiest small town in the Midwest" because of its historic preservation and its unique structure. Madison is currently a city of 12,500 people and a thriving industrial, commercial, and residential area conveniently located within an hour or two of Cincinnati, Louisville, and Indianapolis.
Because of its beautiful scenery and rolling hills, biking and hiking are the two most popular outdoor activities in Madison. Some other recreational activities that people enjoy include golfing at one of the beautiful courses around the area, enjoying the Big Oaks Wildlife Refugee, horseback riding, and of course visiting one of the four excellent wineries in town.
However, the Ohio River provides a lot of excitement on the water as well. Boating is extremely popular in Madison with plenty of free boat ramp space and docking available. The RiverCrest Marina, a full-service marina, is a popular stop for boaters with gas and diesel fuel available 24/7. Fishing is also important to the community. In fact, Madison hosts several fishing tournaments throughout the season.
You will have no problem finding something to eat in Madison. On Main Street alone, there is everything from Bistro's, Taverns, cafe's, Italian food, to steakhouses, Chinese, sandwich shops, and seafood.
For further information please visit www.visitmadison.org.
Latt/Long: 38.734368 / -85.379004