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Our fleet of powerboats and jet skis are heading back to, Port Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, on 26-27 September, for the penultimate round of the P1 SuperStock and AquaX Championships.
Last year, thousands lined up all along Shepard Park and Cocoa Beach pier to watch GD Environmental edge closer to the SuperStock Championship. In a race full of controversy, courage and collisions, it was the Welsh duo of James Norvill and Charlie Parsons-Young who stamped their authority to claim their first US podium spot.
In AquaX, the battle between superstars Eric Francis and Stuart Rasmussen reached a whole new level, Francis notched up his first win in the 300 Class to narrow the points’ margin.
As well as soaking up the vibe of a P1 race, filled with excitement, action and speed, spectators can also absorb the atmosphere of the East Coast’s surfing capital. Due to its warm weather, steady waves and world-class surf shops, Cocoa Beach welcomes around 2.5 million day visitors each year, making it a top tourist destination. Once the racing is over, The Cover has proven to be a popular destination, with Fish Lips Waterfront Bar & Grill on everyone’s list.
After last year, the powerboat teams and jet ski riders are aching to race on the Space Coast again.
Make sure you join us!
Cocoa Beach Hotel Information to follow:
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