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Powerboat P1 is the fastest growing marine motorsport series in the world and has a long term commitment to growing and developing the sport of power boating at all levels. The Powerboat P1 team works closely with the sport�s governing bodies, the UIM, APBA and the IJSBA. P1 has delivered more than 85 world championship events in over twelve different countries for more than a decade.

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    Apopka, FL 32703
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Next Race

#21 Huski Racing

#345 Racing / XINSURANCE

Miles Jennings, Driver #345 XINSURANCE

#222 Offshore Australia

Giovanni Carpitella #222 Offshore Australia Throttleman

#77Lucas Oil Satcom Direct E3 / E3 Batteries

#222 Offshore Australia

#16 JBS Racing

#345 Racing with Miles Jennings and Alex Pratt

#77 Lucas Oil Satcom Direct E3 / E3 Batteries, Driver Jay Johnson

Alex Pratt. Throttle #345 XINSURANCE, Good Boy Vodka

Miles Jennings, Driver, #345 XINSURANCE, Good Boy Vodka

Giovanni Carpitella, #222 Offshore Australia

Giovanni Carpitella, #222 Offshore Australia

Darren Nicholson, #222 Offshore Australia

Brit Lilly, Driver #21 Huski Racing

Sun May 22 2022

Cocoa Beach Strong Line Up for UIM Class 1

Thunder on Cocoa Beach - Class 1 Season Opener

The 12th year of Thunder On Cocoa Beach has attracted 56 boats, including five UIM Class 1 boats that can reach speeds of more than 160mph.

The Class 1 fleet has an international flavour with teams from three continents and this reflects the momentum that has returned to the premier class of offshore racing.

The teams will compete in eight races at six venues over the coming six months and all the World Championship action will be broadcast nationally in the United States and worldwide on leading sports channels.

Three veteran British racers – Steve Curtis in Huski Racing’s 47-foot catamaran, Mile Jennings driving for 345 Racing and Nigel Hook in the familiar red Lucas Oil boat – will be among those looking to be crowned world champion in the final event of the season in Key West in November.

Photo Credits

David Llandro
James Gilbert

2022 Entry List Thunder on Cocoa Beach Space Coast