Junior Runabouts are made to slice through the water. Kids can drive J Runabouts in both circle races (around an oval track marked by buoys) and in marathons, which can be many laps of an oval course or a point-to-point long-distance race. The driver kneels in the cockpit, steering with the right hand and squeezing the throttle with the left. A runabout can handle rough water if the driver has the skill to handle it.
|Minimum Length:||9' 5"|
|Minimum Weight:||300 lbs.|
|Engine:||Mercury 60-J, 13.2 cubic inch OMC-A with approved restrictor at a maximum diameter of 0.500"|
|Approximate Speed:||40 mph|
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