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The build process started late, the rigging was rushed, and we didn’t even think we’d get the boat here. Just to get out on the water with the best in the world to do time trials is a big achievement for us. This weekend is just about finishing the race and surviving.
Monster Energy M Con are making their Class 1 debut this weekend at Cocoa Beach, sporting the youngest boat in the Championship.
Having successfully competed in the Super Cat class and being crowned 2022 RWO Super Cat World Champion, owner and driver, Tyler Miller made the decision to enter Class 1 at the end of 2022 with crewmate Myrick Coil. The construction of the 43’ Skater only finished three days ago and has only seen about 20 minutes of water-testing time. “The build process started late, the rigging was rushed, and we didn’t even think we’d get the boat here. Just to get out on the water with the best in the world to do time trials is a big achievement for us. This weekend is just about finishing the race and surviving.” said Tyler Miller, owner-driver of the Monster Energy M CON team.
This fledgling team secured the giant sponsor of Monster Energy in November of 2022. Miller comments: “Monster energy is the biggest of the big in motorsports. It makes me feel confident but also the pressure is on. Carrying that green M has expectations of being at the top of the class. We will get it there but in offshore racing it does take time.”
Despite finishing last today in qualifying, a giant sponsor, an all-star cockpit and a trailblazing boat promise that Monster Energy M Con Racing will be a force to be reckoned with this season on Class 1.