With that amount of chop ( especially in your run Alex), that is very fast!
Maybe you need a flat bottom boat to flatten the water for you?
I think the WSSRC records are on a set course with their representatives overseeing the record ( at least that was the way they were done). Dont know if they accept GPS yet, but they do for Hydroptere (apparently its got a super sophisticated GPS).
The GPS kite record is the 40.3 by Heinig Tilmann.
That is very fast for a mile. Not sure I can get that record but might try next time I go over there. Damien Leroy just left Florida to go to Martha's Vineyard and train with Rob Douglas. It will be interesting to see how my boards/Damien do against the record holder! They are both getting ready for next month's Kite Speed Saiing World Championships in France.
Wish I could go and check it out! To busy making boards...