The Times Herald of Port Huron, Mich. reports that American Ethanol/Cat Can Do and the 50-foot Miss Geico racing boat crashed during a run Sunday evening in the Offshore Powerboat Association St. Clair River Classic.

Cat Can Do Racing asked for prayers after the death of owner/throttleman Keith Holmes died after a boat crash July 30 in St. Clair, Mich.

“We ask for your prayers as we wrap our minds around the events of today. Remember all, as we look for peace and comfort. We feel the love of the boating community and your support is appreciated,” the team wrote on its Facebook page last night.

The Times Herald of Port Huron, Mich. reports that American Ethanol/Cat Can Do and the 50-foot Miss Geico racing boat crashed during a run Sunday evening in the Offshore Powerboat Association St. Clair River Classic. The status of Cat Can Do driver Jamie Sartin is unclear with varying reports of his injuries.

Miss Geico driver Marc Granet and Miss Geico throttleman Scott Begovich received no injuries, according to the Official Miss Geico Racing Facebook page.

The Miss Geico team added, “The entire Miss Geico Race Team extends its thoughts and prayers to the American Ethanol Race Team, family members and friends."

The circumstances of the crash are not clear at this time.

Holmes and the Cat Can Do race team of Nunica, Mich. were the winners of the OPA Lake Race 2017 Extreme Division held on Lake of the Ozarks in early June.