Powerboat P1 is the fastest growing marine motorsport series in the world and has a long term commitment to growing and developing the sport of powerboating at all levels.
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The Mercury Racing 300XS outboard is the exclusive power for the 2017 Spectre P1 SuperStock USA Championship - the low emissions, 2-stroke engine replaces Evinrude E-Tec outboards. The 300XS, featuring a potent V-6 powerhead coupled to a robust mid-section fitted with a heavy-duty swivel clamp bracket assembly and race-proven Sport Master gearcase, is designed to endure the harsh offshore racing environment. Handcrafted-precision matched Mercury Racing propellers will ensure that each boat realizes its maximum performance.
“The performance of the P1 Panther with the 300XS is outstanding,” said P1 SuperStock USA’s Martin Sanborn. “Acceleration and top speed are dramatically improved, and the tracking and handling is crisp and nimble. It’s like a new boat.”
“Partnerships are at the heart of our P1 business and our new alliance with Mercury Racing, the acknowledged leader in the marine high performance industry, is testimony to the growth and stature of the P1 SuperStock series,” said Powerboat P1 USA Managing Director Azam Rangoonwala.
“Our association with Mercury Racing brings a wealth of experience and reliability, and we are confident that this move will generate even greater interest in our national championship,” Rangoonwala added.
“Powerboat P1 is a rich part of our racing heritage,” said Mercury Racing General Manager Erik Christiansen.
“We are excited to feature our 300XS outboard in this highly competitive one-design racing environment, where setup and skill is key to winning.”
The 2017 P1 SuperStock USA Championship season kicks off May 20 in St Cloud, Kissimmee. The complete schedule is as follows: