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Curtis and Jennings Team-Up

Two of Britain's most experienced and successful Offshore Racers will be teaming-up for the first time ever in St. Clair tomorrow.

Both Steve Curtis MBE and Miles Jennings have been competing in offshore since the early 1980's, and tomorrow will see them race together in Class One International.

Sarasota – Looking Good At 35!

That standard cliché “aged to perfection” totally defined this year’s Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix as the third stop on the six venue 2019 APBA Offshore Championship Series celebrated 35 years in high powered style.

Captain Hook Sets Another Offshore Record

SilverHook has done it again, just two years after it’s Guinness World Record-setting Key West to Havana run – a crossing of around 110 miles completed in under 1 hour, 20 minutes – the team set another record at the weekend with a flawless return journey from West Palm Beach, Florida to Freeport in the Bahamas.

Victory Team’s Barbati is confident for the Lake Race

Victory Team’s chief engineer Luciano Barbati, is confident that they can win next weekend’s race Lake Race in the Class One International category.

The second round of the ABPA Offshore Championship will be held on Lake Ozark, Missouri and the Victory team of Salem Al Adidi and Essa Al Ali lie second after finishing behind James Sheppard and Steve Curtis in Miss Geico at Cocoa Beach.

Ready, Set, Race!

The season blasted off along Florida’s iconic Space Coast as Thunder on Cocoa Beach launched the 2019 APBA Offshore Championship. This highly anticipated event boasted a joint partnership between the Offshore Powerboat Association (OPA) and Powerboat P1, designed to strengthen the future of offshore racing in the United States.

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