Following the announcement that the APBA Offshore National Championship will now kick-off with the Lake of the Ozarks race at the end of May, the APBA has produced a revised calendar.
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The 2020 American Power Boat Association offshore racing opener, 'Thunder on Cocoa Beach', which was due to be held over May 14-17, has been moved back until August 27-30.
American motor sports all rounder, Travis Pastrana, will race with Steve Curtis in Miss GEICO this season.
The former NASCAR racer who has won championships in supercross, motocross, freestyle motocross, and rally racing has even replicated three of Evel Knievel's most famous jumps in Las Vegas.
This year saw the birth of a new, international race series, the American Power Boat Association Offshore Championship, and the twin promoters - Powerboat P1 and the Offshore Powerboat Association – have today announced that in 2020 they will be returning to all six venues that hosted races this year.
It was smiles all round for the Coleman family as they returned home to Saundersfoot following the final round of P1 Superstock’s 2019 USA season as Champions.
Since forming Coleman Racing in 2016 they have been crowned World and twice UK Champions but their 4th and possibly biggest triumph to date has come with conquering the P1 USA Championship.
The 2019 APBA Offshore Championship Series was competed for over 6 races at Cocoa Beach, Lake Ozark, Sarasota, St Clair, Michigan City and Fort Myers and organised by Powerboat P1 and the Offshore Powerboat Association.
Last weekend's Roar Offshore event generated up to $15-million for the host city of Fort Myers.
The largest fleet of the six race APBA Offshore Championship Series converged on the coast of Southwest Florida, churning up the Gulf of Mexico with a high powered performance at the inaugural Roar Offshore last weekend.