There's one problem, though. All of Oakcliff's nine offshore race boats are 1,317 miles north of Miami, perched on stands, slumbering with a dusting of fresh snow on their shrink-wrap covers. All of them but one: Weegie, a Columbia Carbon 32. It's on a trailer, ready to hit the road. Johnson rallies a squad, including two of his Oakcliff mates, Sean O'Halloran, who will navigate, and me, serving as onboard reporter and trimmer. He also recruits Webb Institute student Tommy Hickey to trim. It's a young team with plenty of experience, but none when it comes to racing to the land of cigars and classic cars.