H1 Unlimited in hold mode in light of Covid-19 no current changes at this time

At this time, we are hopeful to adhere to the 2020 schedule, published on www.h1unlimited.com, and on having a successful racing season.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Feb. 9, 2015) — Highly trained master riggers at Portus moved seven H1 Unlimited Hydroplane racing boats and eight specialty boat trailers through JAXPORT’s Blount Island Marine Terminal on Monday.

Via H1 Unlimited

As the COVID-19 situation unfolds, the H1 Board of Directors are in ongoing discussions related to the status of the 2020 racing season. At this time, we are hopeful to adhere to the 2020 schedule, published on www.h1unlimited.com, and on having a successful racing season. Any decision regarding an individual event will be a team effort between our race site organizations and H1 Unlimited. We are monitoring the day-to-day developments of the impact on our society and will update our fans as soon as any decision is made.

Like you, we would rather be thinking about roostertails than social distancing, but it is important that everyone follow their community’s social distancing guidelines so that we can hopefully return to normal soon.

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