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.
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The countdown is underway to the climax of the P1 AquaX personal watercraft race season when The Bahamas will stage the 2019 World Championship.
An elite field of up to forty professional riders from eight countries, who have qualified through a series of national and continental races across the summer, will head to the Atlantis, Paradise Island next month for the three-day event in Nassau Harbour (8-10 November).
Temora’s Lake Centenary could be the turning point in the 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboat Championships with the possibility that two of the three titles could be decided this weekend.
The battle for the coveted drivers’ world title is perfectly poised as the UIM F1H2O World Championship returns to Xiamen in the People’s Republic of China for the first time since 1997 writes F1H20's Nigel Quilter.
Last weekend's Roar Offshore event generated up to $15-million for the host city of Fort Myers.
Due to the Amravati race being removed from F1H2o's 2019 calendar, the event in China this weekend will play host to a ‘Double Header’.
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.
Team Abu Dhabi’s Thani Al Qemzi is ready for one of the biggest tests of his long powerboat racing career in China this weekend as he chases his dream to win the UIM F1H2O World Championship.