FOND DU LAC, Wisc. — Tim Seebold of Osage Beach, Mo., drove his Mercury 2.5 Liter Champ race outboard-powered tunnel boat to win his third consecutive at the Roar of the Rockies Champ title Sunday, August 25, in Windsor, Colorado. The race was the third stop on the new ChampBoat Series tour presented by Mercury Racing.

"There's some awful good competition here, but my team put together a package that did everything right," said Seebold.

The victory moved Seebold's Bud Light Racing Team boat up a spot to second in the ChampBoat Series point standings.

Seebold started on the pole for the 50-lap final held over a 1.0625-mile course on Rock Bridge Lake in the Water Valley golf and residential development near Windsor in northeastern Colorado. Seebold averaged 114.097 mph, a new course record, to win the event. Terry Rinker of Riverview, Fla., was second. Mike Seebold of Fenton, Mo., Jason Campbell of Chandler, Ariz., took third.