By Pat Johnson | Jul 24, 2019 Photo by: Kevin Kearney Garvey races take off at South Green Street in Tuckerton Tuckerton — The Jersey Outlaw Racing Association hosts its third speed garvey race of the season in Tuckerton Cove off Tuckerton’s South Green Street Park on Sunday, July 28. The first and second races were well attended, according to organizer Paul Hulse, with the first race at Tuckerton Beach drawing between 500 and 800 spectators to the free event. The three-quarter of a mile water course takes place between 250 and 500 feet off the beach so everyone gets a good look, he said. Three or four boats race against each other in three-lap races. The first race of the season saw two racers bounced from their boats into the water, but…
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