Breaking: Stateside OPC race teams start taking delivery of the Mercury Racing 200 APX

The engine made its American debut at the American Powerboat Association OPC Summer Nationals held at Champions Park Lake in 2021. Since then, the Motor has been run at the Parker AZ Thanksgiving regatta before the winter break. While there were some grumblings on Social Media towards the motor as the year came to an end, the new year has shown that teams are ready to adopt the new motor and move forward with the latest technology.

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Cover photo credit Angie Jolly Chuck Skelton Racing

Photo credit: Patrick Tanner Hoskins Driver Dylan Anderson
Photo credit: Robert West

Rated at more than 200 horsepower the 200 APX outboard offers tunnel boat racers a very durable powerhead and the latest in four-stroke engine technology in the most-potent V6 outboard package to ever leave the Mercury Racing shop. The 200 APX is designed specifically to do battle on UIM F2 and APBA OPC tunnel boat circuits and international endurance events, where racers run Wide Open for the win.

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