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F1 Powerboat Racing in Qatar

The H2O Formula 1 Powerboat Championships is the highest class of inshore powerboat racing in the world. It takes a special breed of driver to pilot a boat through a world series of challenging courses. Jay Price returns to claim the title as he blasts his Qatar team boat at speeds of 150 mph.

Featuring: Jay Price, Alex Carella, Sami Selio, Shaun Torrente, Francesco Cantando, Ahmed Hameli

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TOP 5 crashes of the last two seasons

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Offshore Superboats Rnd 1 Bowen QLD - April 29, 2018

The 2018 Australian Offshore Superboat Championship kicks off for 2018 in the scenic Far North Queensland waters of Bowen. Maritimo 11 and its crew of Steve Jellick and Tom Barry-Cotter are the reigning champions and are hoping to successfully defend their crown against an extremely strong field, who are hoping to knock them off their perch and claim the Australia 1.
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Grand Prix of China 2015 - RACE

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Offshore POWERBOAT Racing | SUPER BOAT Miss Geico Rolls Over | Sarasota Grand Prix 2019

SARASOTA GRAND PRIX 2019: Super Boats MISS GEICO and VICTORY crash and roll over at the Class One Powerboat Offshore Racing.

Class One Division is comprised of the biggest and fastest race boats in the world. All boats in the new division weigh 12,000 pounds and are up to 50 feet long, with identical twin turbo race engines sealed and governed by Mercury Racing to ensure fairness. Most are made of carbon, Kevlar and S-glass for high performance, and are equipped with F-16 jet canopies. Up to 1,200 horsepower and max speed of more than 160 mph. Such monster power needs a crew of 2 people – a driver who controls the boat’s steering and a throttleman responsible for operating the engines. Amazing, right? I can only imagine the adrenaline rush in the cockpit.
The focus was once again on the reigning 2018 and 11 times overall world champion MISS GEICO with driver James Sheppard and throttleman Steve Curtis. However TEAM VICTORY from Dubai driver Salem Al Adidi and throttleman Eisa Al Ali took the lead ahead of MISS GEICO and kept it until the end when, in a bizarre turn of events, both MISS GEICO and VICTORY boats rolled over within seconds of each other at the last turn during the final lap, awarding the Australian Team 222 OFFSHORE featuring driver Darren Nicholson and throttleman Giovanni Capitella (who had been in a third place position) the winner of the race. Luckily, nobody got injured.
Also participating in the Class One race were Team SCUDERIA CAZZANI Turbo, with driver Ed Smith and throttleman Serafino Cazzani, and LUCAS OIL Satcom Direct, with driver Jay Johnson and throttleman Nigel Hook.
As the Class One race was being conducted, two Vee Extreme boats were also in the process of racing: KNUCKLEHEAD INSTIGATOR, featuring driver Edward Smith and throttleman Anthony Smith, and HURRICANE OF AWESOMENESS, with driver Brit Lily and throttleman Kevin Smith. INSTIGATOR had been leading the race when the Class One accident occurred.

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Offshore POWERBOATS Racing | SUPER BOATS Testing | Sarasota Grand Prix 2019
Enjoy a drone video of the testing of the Class One, Vee Extreme, and Super Cats powerboats participating in Sarasota Grand Prix 2019


SUPER BOATS RACE | 2018 National Championship | Clearwater, FL
Adrenaline junkies from all over the world were on Clearwater Beach for the annual Super Boat National Championship Races.


SUPER BOATS National Championship 2018 | Dry Pit
Check the ultra fast super boats which participated in the race for the 2018 Hooter’s Clearwater National Championship in their dry pits the day before the race.


SUPER BOATS RACE | Formula 2 | Palmetto - Bradenton FL 2019
Tunnel boats are the fastest turning vehicles on the planet, enduring more G forces than any other racing machine. From 0 to 60 mph in 5 seconds, maximum speed of 120 mph. Highly competitive and intensely challenging, the ultimate adrenaline rush.


SUPER BOAT RACE | Offshore Powerboat World Championship 2018
Thrilling offshore powerboat racing from Englewood Beach Florida. The World Championships for Offshore Power Boats with over 50 boats in various classes racing and running at speeds north of 150 miles per hour.


JET SKI RACING | PRO US AquaX Race 2019 | St Pete Beach, FL
Fantastic weekend and world class pro racing as the waters off St Pete Beach provided the perfect conditions for both competitors and spectators.


JET SKI RACING | P1 AquaX Amateur US Race 2019 | St Pete Beach, FL
Some fast and furious Jet Ski racing at the P1 AquaX Pro and Amateur Tour featuring the world's best racers.

F1H20 Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi 2018 | Full Race | BURNOUT

Full race from the 2018 F1H20 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi.
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2019 F1H2O GP OF PORTUGAL LIVE

F1 H2O -- Sharjah 2020

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2019 NGK Formula One Powerboat Championship 2019 Port Neches Post Race Wrap Up

NGK Spark Plugs F1 Powerboat Championship Series Port Neches, Texas Post Race Wrap Up with Tom Yarbrough. Watch the TV Series 1 on the CBS Sports Network TV Series 1 - Sunday, May 19, 2019, 6:30 pm ET. Check your local listings.
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F1 Powerboat Championship Race 2018 Pittsburgh 3 Rivers Regatta

Ashton Rinker #20 dominated the race from start to finish on the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania during the F1 Powerboat Championship Race Sunday August 5, 2018.

Pittsburgh Formula One Final Results:
1st – Ashton Rinker #20 – 290 points
2nd – Rusty Wyatt #94 – 248 points
3rd – Greg Foster #53 – 245 points
4th – Wesley Cheatum #4 – 228 points
5th – Reuben Stafford #05 – 199 points
6th – Mike Makus #85 – 196 points
7th – David McMurray #57 – 180 points
8th – Tracy Hawkins #2 – 173 points
9th – Aaron Wacholz #13 – 170 points
10th – Johnny Fleming #9 – 169 points
11th – Fred Durr #96 – 155 points
12th – Travis Yates #99 – 147 points
13th – Jimmy Merleau #69 – 141 points
14th – Tim Kraft #15 – 134 points
15th – John Edde #55 – 130 points
16th – Dustin Terry #03 – 124 points
17th – Spencer Love #24 – 112 points
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F1 Powerboat Heat Race 3 at Pittsburgh Regatta 8-5-18

The third and final heat race for the Formula One powerboats on the Allegheny River at the 41st Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta to finally determine the starting positions for the main race taking place later Sunday evening August 5, 2018.

Pittsburgh Formula One Final Results:
1st – Ashton Rinker #20 – 290 points
2nd – Rusty Wyatt #94 – 248 points
3rd – Greg Foster #53 – 245 points
4th – Wesley Cheatum #4 – 228 points
5th – Reuben Stafford #05 – 199 points
6th – Mike Makus #85 – 196 points
7th – David McMurray #57 – 180 points
8th – Tracy Hawkins #2 – 173 points
9th – Aaron Wacholz #13 – 170 points
10th – Johnny Fleming #9 – 169 points
11th – Fred Durr #96 – 155 points
12th – Travis Yates #99 – 147 points
13th – Jimmy Merleau #69 – 141 points
14th – Tim Kraft #15 – 134 points
15th – John Edde #55 – 130 points
16th – Dustin Terry #03 – 124 points
17th – Spencer Love #24 – 112 points

NGK F1 Powerboat Championship: 2018 NGK F1PC Round 5 TV Show from Springfield, Ohio

This time next week we will be racing in Springfield, Ohio at Champions Park Lake. Here is last years race from there that aired on the CBS Sports Network in 2018. We will be racing LIVE right here on Facebook next Sunday from the Sprinfgfield F1 Grand Prix!
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2019 NGK F1 POWERBOAT CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 1 FROM PORT NECHES, TEXAS CBS TV SHOW

After an eventful weekend with accidents, breakdowns, break-through performances and one of the largest fleet of F1 tunnel boats—complete with a dozen rookie competitors—the sport has seen in years, the defending NGK Spark Plugs F1 Powerboat Championship series champion, Ashton Rinker, started this year where he finished the 2018 season.

Rinker, who races for the Texas-based Rinker’s Boat World team and hails from Tampa, Fla., started the final heat at the pole and watched the lead slip away at the start to veteran Chris Fairchild of Illinois in the Lottery.com boat. With a jam-packed 25-boat field for Sunday afternoon’s race, the 1.25-mile course provided plenty of passing and fast-paced traffic that proved fun to watch for spectators and those following along live on Facebook.

Fairchild, who started in the third position, held the lead for a little more than half of the 17-minute race before Rinker worked his way up from fourth place, passing rookie F1 competitor RJ West of California and Rusty Wyatt from Ontario, Canada. As the race was halted when Jeremiah Mayo flipped in a turn, the final positions on the podium were awarded to Rinker, Fairchild and West, who fared well in his first official F1 race competing in the plug for a new hull design from his company, Composite Craft Boats. West expects the boat to be ready for the second race of the season in Toledo, Ohio, at the end of June.

“What a great weekend for the team—it was nice to start the season with a win, plus my cousin (Chris Rinker) met his goal and finished in the top 10,” said Rinker, adding that Rinker’s Boat World was the only team with two top-10 finishers. “I was confident we won—I was pretty far out front and we didn’t have much time left in the race when the accident happened, so I knew they wouldn’t restart it for one more lap.

“I enjoyed every bit of the weekend,” he continued. “There were so many boats—a lot of the drivers were rookies and they all did an amazing job. I’m looking forward to the rest of the NGK season. Every race is going to be a battle.”

Tim Seebold, one of the primary organizers of the NGK F1 series, said the decision to call the race was easy because there were just four seconds, plus the last lap, left in the race.

“Technically anything past halfway can be an official race so Ashton got the win in Texas,” Seebold said. “We had such an eventful weekend that we decided a restart was not what we needed, especially after what happened to Travis (Yates) earlier in the day.

“Overall it was nice to see the good turnout and such competitive racing,” he said. “There were some lead changes and passing all over the place, especially up front, which is what this sport needs. There was a tremendous amount of rookies and they all held their own.”

Seebold expressed relief following an accident in a qualifying heat on Sunday. A first-turn crash involving Tracey Hawkins, Mark Proffitt and Travis Yates ended up leaving Yates pretty banged up. The good news, according to Seebold, is that all of Yates’ bruises and breaks—including a fractured shoulder blade, broken ribs, two fractured lower-back vertebrae and a broken pelvis —should heal on their own.

The final top-three finishers in the three other classes that competed in Port Neches included: Formula Lights – Mark Schmerbauch, Jose Mendana and Chris Hughes; TriHull – Jerry Rinker, Cory Walker and Tanner Rinker; J Hydro – Alden Merrill, Kolby Crook and Shane Butler.

West Coast F1 Powerboat Prop View of Boat #69

West Coast F1 Powerboat Racing on Lake Chelan, WA
Driver: Mike Nass Boat#69
Tunnel Boats - GT-1 Class
Sept 29 2019 - Heat 1

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F1 Powerboat Race

TV AD to promote the F1 Powerboat and other activities in Singapore water festival...

F1 powerboat ( RC 2) BodyGuard design

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NGK F1 Powerboat Championship 2019 Series Race 3 Bay City, Michigan- TV Show Reloaded

NGK F1 Powerboat Championship 2019 Series Race 3 Bay City, Michigan- TV Show Reloaded
The NGK F1 Powerboat Championship 2019 Series Restart will run for the next 8 Sundays in a row at 7:00pm Central and include the remaining 4 races from last season. It will start with the re-mastered footage of the F1 Heats and Finals on Race Sundays first and follow up the next Sunday with the TV Show that premiered in 2019.

2018 NGK Spark Plugs F1 Powerboat Championship Season Review

Our friends at Greenlight TV put together this 2018 NGK Spark Plugs F1 Powerboat Championship Season Review video for us to play at the awards banquet in New Orleans. Take a look at some of the 2016 NGK F1PC Highlight action and be sure to stay tuned for another exciting season of powerboat racing in 2019.

UIM F2 GP Portugal 2019 - THE RACE

UIM Formula 2 Grand Prix of Portugal 2019 in Ribadouro, Round 4 of the F2 World Championship

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