Archive for the ‘Racing’ Category

Offshore Racer Ed

April 8, 2014

With a pair experienced throttlemen to mentor him, offshore racing rookie Taylor Chastelet is in for the ride of his life this season.

Super Expectations

March 26, 2014

With up to 10 teams potentially competing, the Superboat class seems to be gaining serious momentum heading into the 2014 season.

Competitive Moves in P1 USA

November 22, 2013

After a five race Florida circuit that launched in Stuart, the P1 SuperStock USA Series culminated with a trio of slim margin podium finishes in St. Cloud.

The Rising Stock of SuperStock

November 19, 2013

With a third season under its belt, this one-design class looks like it’s here to say.

XCAT World Series Heats Up

November 6, 2013

With just two XCAT races left, some teams are feeling the pressure to perform heading into this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix.

A Fresh Start for the Parker Enduro

October 30, 2013

With a longer course and cash awards, new organizers bring renewed interest to the legendary Colorado River race.

Some Clarity From Clearwater

October 1, 2013

All that is good in offshore racing came together last weekend at the SBI Nationals

Superboat Class Showing Promise and Potential

August 6, 2013

Fleets and competition are solid so far this season for the retooled class.

A Gold Cup Curse?

July 17, 2013

Luck is not on the side of veteran Unlimited hydroplane driver Steve David when it comes to the Detroit APBA Gold Cup.

Highs and Lows From Sarasota

July 9, 2013

Every offshore powerboat race has its highs and lows. What follows are three of each, arguable of course, and one high/low from Sunday’s races.

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