Reigning TT Great Race 80 miles per hour category champion Heat Wave has added female firepower to its driver seat as the skillful Stephanie Llanos suits up to defend the vessel’s 2019 crown on Saturday. Llanos joins her fiancé and throttle man Jason Costa behind the wheel and is intent on maintaining Heat Wave’s dominanceContinue reading “Stephanie Llanos to drive Heat Wave this weekend at Trinidad Tobago Great Race”
View this post on Instagram A wild ride from the first @oparacing event of the year! All were okay. 😱🏁🚤💨🤙 . . . . . Follow 👉@powerboat_hub 👈 . . . . . 📹 Scott Porta . . . . . #boat #boating #powerboat #racing #powerboats #performaceboats #offshorepowerboat #offshoreracing #powerboat #raceboat #ciggerateboat #skaterpowerboats #mysticpowerboats #fountainpowerboatsContinue reading “Video: Things got a little dicey during the first OPA event of the year at Morehead City, NC”
MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. (WITN) – The 2020 Offshore Powerboat Racing season wrapped up its season-opening weekend in Morehead City on Sunday. After a four-month delay to the start of the season because of the pandemic, teams from across the United States competed at this weekend’s Crystal Coast Grand Prix.
MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. Following a four-month delay, the 2020 Offshore Powerboat Racing (OPA) season will kick off September 11-13 in Morehead City, NC. Racing teams from across the U.S., including the Miss GEICO Offshore Racing Team, will compete in the Crystal Coast Grand Prix. Full schedule of events can be found here
Via Thunder on Cocoa Beach Offshore Race It is with great disappointment and a tremendous regard for the safety and concerns for our race teams and fans that we announce this. Our team has worked tirelessly to prepare for our race event and have come to the conclusion that this is the best possible outcome.Continue reading “Breaking: Thunder on Cocoa Beach the latest victim of ongoing Covid-19 cancelations”