Yesterday afternoon, Powerboat P1 announced its plans to host the St. Pete Powerboat Grand Prix over the Labor Day weekend.
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The American Power Boat Association (APBA) has announced its plans for the 2021 race season which include a comprehensive calendar of events for all offshore classes.
This is the first time for more than 30 years that the APBA has sanctioned all offshore powerboat racing events and the full calendar was confirmed and released at the Annual Meeting of the Offshore Racing Commission today.
Official notification has been given today that Thunder On Cocoa Beach has been cancelled.
Cocoa Beach in Florida is scheduled to host the US Offshore racing curtain-raiser over the weekend of August 27-30, however, a decision whether to hold the event will be made by the organisers at the end of this month.
June 28 will determine whether the 2020 APBA Offshore Championship can eventually be shown the green flag in the Sunshine State later this summer.
Powerboat P1 and the Offshore Powerboat Association have today confirmed that Sarasota and St. Clair will not feature on their 2020 offshore racing calendar due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The offshore racing season in the US hasn't got underway yet, but already race promoters, Powerboat P1 and the Offshore Powerboat Association have published the first draft of their 2021 calendar.
The Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix which was due to be held over the weekend of June 26-28 will have to be rescheduled to a later date following advice from the CDC, Florida state and local government guidelines.