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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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  • Address: 2320 Clark Street, Suite A1
    Apopka, FL 32703
    United States
  • Phone: +1 407 985 1938
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Next Race

Mon Sep 26 2022

Aussie Celebrations In Clearwater

We had a great start and jumped into the front. We had enough speed to control everyone in the back. We are very happy.
Giovanni Carpitella
222 Offshore, Driver

With three races remaining in this season’s eight-race UIM Class 1 World Championship, Huski Racing retained their position at the top of the standings despite finishing behind 222 Offshore in Clearwater at the weekend.

In calm conditions on the Gulf Coast ahead of the tropical storm forecast to hit Florida this week, the fleet of five boats assembled for the fifth race in the series with thousands of spectators watching from Clearwater Beach. Flying the flag for Australia with Giovanni Carpitella and Pete McGrath in the cockpit, 222 Offshore got off to a great start with impressive acceleration and were only challenged by Huski Racing in the early stages, with dfYOUNG, JBS Racing and XINSURANCE Good Boy Vodka in pursuit.

The 222 guys were really on their stuff today. We were trying as hard as we could and even ran over one of the buoys.
Travis Pastrana
Huski Racing, Driver

On lap 4 of the thirteen lap race, XINSURANCE came to a halt with a fuel pump failure and two laps later Steve Curtis and Travis Pastrana in the Huski boat hit a turn buoy and received a one-minute penalty plus a fine.

With just one lap remaining on the 4.3 mile course, Rich Wyatt and Marc Granet’s race came to an end with the dfYOUNG boat reportedly taking on water.

222 Offshore came home ahead of Huski Racing to reduce the gap at the top of the standings to 23 points as the teams now prepare for the season finale in Key West in early November.

Standings Results