Powerboat Nationals announced today that changes have been made to its 2019 schedule and season-ending Global Championship weekend in Naples, Florida.
Sugden Regional Park on Columbus Day weekend
The event at Sugden Regional Park, which was originally scheduled for later in October, has been moved up to Columbus Day weekend. Powerboat Nationals’ 2019 Global Championship at Florida’s Paradise Coast will now be held October 12–13, 2019.
In addition to the ProTunnel 1 and ProTunnel 2 series racing in Naples, Powerboat Nationals has added Hydro-Cross to the schedule.
The ProSport (SportGP/Spec) and ProSpark (Runabout Rec Lite) series will be joining the fun and concluding their 2019 seasons on Lake Avalon.
Tavares in April
Powerboat Nationals also made a change to the 2019 Hydro-Cross schedule moving their November 11-12 racing event in Tavares, Florida to earlier in 2019.
The ProSport and ProSpark seasons will now start on April 6-7 in Tavares, this change allows for all four Powerboat Nationals racing series to conclude their 2019 schedule on Global Championship weekend in Naples.
Powerboat Nationals Managing Director, Dan Bunting said:
We thank everyone with Collier County and Florida’s Paradise Coast for their help with the schedule change.
Everyone should be making plans now to join us at the season finale in Naples as this year’s Global Championship event at Sugden is going to be epic.