Darren Nicholson and Peter McGrath have steered their MPYD Boat Design hull, '222 Offshore' to success in the Australian Offshore Superboat Championship this season with winning the Supercat Extreme (Class 1) Championship.
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Steve Curtis has confirmed that he will be racing for Victory Team at the 38th Annual Key West World Championships in November.
Dubai’s Victory Team has vouched to build on the positives from the team’s debut at the Super Boat International race held in Clearwater, Florida last weekend.
Britain's Steve Curtis and James Sheppard driving Miss Geico won the Superboat Unlimited 2018 National Championship at Clearwater, Florida yesterday.
The last time Victory Team raced their UIM Class 1 Offshore hulls was in Abu Dhabi, back in November 2016.
Britain's Steve Curtis and James Sheppard driving Miss Geico won the he Unlimited-Class at the SBI sanctioned 10th Annual Great Lakes Grand Prix at Lake Michigan last weekend.
Paul Kemiel captures the SBI Offshore (Super Boat International), 9th Annual Great Lakes Grand Prix. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Paul KemielPaul Kemiel, from Michigan City, Indiana USA ,is a professional powerboat racing photographer with a career than has spanned 36 years. Paul focuses his Canon camera and lenses on Formula One tunnel boats, Offshore, and Unlimited Hydroplanes. Kemiel’s work has been published internationally in 15 countries. Paul is our USA representative for Powerboat Racing World, in helping supply photos of his USA racing coverage.
Spectacular weather, sold out seating, a full field of boats with the world’s best race teams competing with Team CRC Sunlight Supply taking top honors in the Superboat Unlimited Class. With multiple class winners and new teams entering the circuit, Super Boat International (SBI) and local event producer, Kerry Bartlett, were overwhelmingly pleased with the success of the 8th annual event. John Carbonell, founder of SBI said; This year we had another great turn-out of large boats and what appeared to be one of our largest crowds here ever. Everything came together very well and we had some great racing on the Atlantic. Our sea conditions this week were pretty typical for here, with a nice bump for our experienced racers. Kerry Bartlett, Thunder on Cocoa Beach Director, shared the same enthusiasm; It appeared to us this was a record…