Kinetic Grand Championship 2018 Day 2 

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Kinetic Encounters of the Fiftieth Kind was the first sculpture in the water.
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Bounce For Glory Golden Edition made a huge splash on entry.
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This Goes Gold, one of the larger machines, still had its ACE intact as it headed across the bay.
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The Tempus Fugitives - Glory Diver crew braces for impact as it enters the bay. Last year half of the team's machine overturned shortly after entry.
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Upright and smooth sailing.
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Ferntucky 500 employed paddle boards to make their machine float.
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Caltrans had a decent splash on its entry.
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Hatmobile makes waves on its entry.
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Norman the Half-Fast Unicorn splashes into the bay.
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Rusty Pickle lost a float and went over, earning a Golden Flipper award.
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Lobster Roll from Lowell, Massachusetts, had no problem with the water of the bay.
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Hunka-Hunk-A Burnin' Ham splashes into the bay.
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After a sketchy start, Cyclopes had smooth sailing.
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Mad Plants - Beyond ThunderClones opens the mouth of its Venus Fly Trap.
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The Swing Kids experienced some technical difficulties.
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Silverstreak floats on.
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Yabba-Doo-Ya had a spectacular front flip on its water entry.
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And over ...
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... and over ...
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Flipped but undeterred.
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Yabba-Doo-Ya made a second attempt at the water crossing and appeared to have it under control.
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Team CRABBA did a victory lap after their water entry.
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U.S.S. Festiva rolls down the ramp.
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To everyone's surprise, including the pilots, U.S.S. Festiva floated.
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Just paddling a car across the bay. No big.
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Sparkle the Horse and Her People of Course had a smooth entry.
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Team Flying Innuendo had one of the bigger splashes of the day.
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The Kinetic Paranormal Society had a replica sculpture on a fishing pole.
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Lotechnotech starts his long swim toward the Samoa Bridge.
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The Tempus Fugitives - Glory Diver crew braces for impact as it enters the bay. Last year half of the team's machine overturned shortly after entry.

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