The Harmsworth Trophy, The World's Greatest Motorboat Race. By Donald W. Peterson Paperback, 160 pages "Speed blurred objects moving with panoramic swiftness while in the background tens of thousands watched from the Detroit shore. The VIII and IX were traveling faster now: they had to. Estelle V was visibly gaining on hem. The levers on their throttles were being moved many notches. the Miss Americas' passed out of sight on their way to the buoys marking the upper turn The black Estelle swept by and also out of sight...but not out of sight of a press plane flying overhead with a photographer about to "shoot" the high points of the race. A picture taken by the photographer shows that 100 yards before going into the turn, Estelle V, her throttle wide open, caught and passed both Miss Americas!"