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Inside The Cowes Classic, Offshore Powerboating’s Toughest Endurance Race

The last weekend in August was a great one for veteran offshore powerboat racer Miles Jennings, who is currently competing in the Union Internationale Motonautique Class 1 World Championship Series in the United States with American Alex Pratt in XINSURANCE / Good Boy Vodka , a 52-foot MTI catamaran powered by Mercury Racing 1100 Comp engines. Running Silverline , a canopied 43-foot Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats V-bottom with twin 900-hp engines, Jennings and fellow Brit Drew Langdon averaged 67.72 mph over 211 miles of rough ocean water to claim victory in the 2022 Cowes-Torquay-Cowes endurance race off the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom. They completed the run in 3 hours and 7 minutes.

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Running a canopied Outerlimits SV 43 V-bottom, the United Kingdom’s Miles Jennings and Drew Langdon claimed victory in the 2022 Cowes-Torquay-Cowes endurance race. Photos courtesy/copyright Chris Davies, Tim Tapping, Andy Blondell, Graham Stevens, Stuart MacTaggart, William Evans and the British Powerboat Racing Club.

Though their average speed was significantly lower than the 94-mph average they were able to maintain in the 2021 event, it was still enough for the win—No. 6 in Cowes-Torquay-Cowes for Jennings, which ties him with the late Fabio Buzzi for the most wins in the historic event.

The cockpit duo described the race as tricky and tactical thanks to wind-against tide conditions.

“We needed this win to secure the overall British championship, but we had our eye on a fourth consecutive win as a team to take the Beaverbrook Trophy,” Jennings said. “And we knew we had a tough fleet of teams that also wanted to win at Cowes.”

Added Langdon, “This race was far more complex, swapping fuel usage between front and back tanks to keep the boat level allowing a good average speed. Usually the front tank would be used first for increased bow lift but this wasn’t an option in such confused seas.”

Shortly after stepping off the podium, Jennings caught a flight to the United States. The following weekend, he and Pratt competed in the P1 Offshore -produced St. Petersburg Grand Prix , the fifth of eight races in the Class 1 World Championship Series, where they finished fourth in the six-boat field.

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After celebrating his fourth consecutive Cowes victory, Miles Jennings (second from the left) was off to the United States for the fifth race of the 2022 Class 1 World Championship Series.

The Powerful Attraction Of The Cowes Classic Situated on the Isle of Wight off the south coast of England, Cowes is still renowned for hosting one of the most famous offshore powerboat races in history spanning back 61 years. The Cowes-Torquay endurance race was born in 1961 when Canada-born Sir Max Aitken competed in the Miami Nassau in 1960 and decided to replicate such a great endurance event on British shores. In 1961, the Cowes-Torquay race was born and became Cowes-Torquay-Cowes event seven years later.

Born in 1910, Sir Max Aitken was the eldest son of Lord Beaverbrook, the owner of the Daily Express newspaper group, and after his education joined the Auxiliary Air Force and in 1939. Sir Max flew with the famous 601 Country of London Squadron fighting in the Battle of Britain in World War II and was one of the few lucky pilots who survived the war.

After his flying career, he was credited with having 16 victories, nine “probables” and damaging 15 enemy aircraft. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Order and Distinguished Flying Cross and was knighted in the 1940s. After the war, he joined his father’s newspaper business and became chairman of Beaverbrook Newspaper Ltd., following his father’s death in 1964.

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Including her Cowes-Torquay-Cowes victory in 1978, the offshore racing career of Betty Cook was enough to land her in the Motorsports Hall of Fame.

American offshore racing pioneer Betty Cook competed in the Cowes-Torquay-Cowes event in 1978 and claimed victory in KAAMA , a 38-foot Scarab V-bottom powered by two MerCruiser engines alongside, John Connor and British racer Mike Mantle. In 1996, she was inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America incorporated in Novi, Mich.

Other American powerboat-racing greats who have competed in the Cowes Classic include Dick Bertram, who claimed victory in 1965 in Moppie , and marine industry propulsion engineering legend Jim Wynne, who won the event in 1966. In 1972 and 1974, Richie Powers and Italian Carlo Bonomi teamed up to take wins. Carl Kiekhaefer, the founder of Kiekhaefer Aeromarine—the forerunner of what is now Mercury Racing in Fond du Lac, Wis.—also raced in Cowes, as did the late Tom Gentry.

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Rough water is par for the 211-mile course in the Cowes-Torquay-Cowes event.

Organizers of historic event, which is one of the world’s last truly epic offshore powerboat endurance races, are hoping for an infusion of American teams in the near future. Martin Levi, the son of famed powerboat designer Sonny Levi and the director of the British Powerboat Racing Club , is spearheading a move to attract teams from across the Atlantic.

Though the event will retain its traditional last-weekend of August dates, plans include expanding Cowes-Torquay-Cowes into a five-day “festival of speed” with the “Round The Island” contest on Saturday and the 211-mile endurance battle on Sunday.

“The island has always attracted a colorful tapestry of offshore racers,” Levi said. “We think that making the current weekend of racing into a five-day ‘festival of speed’ is the way forward.”

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No ongoing offshore powerboat endurance race has a richer history than the Cowes-Torquay-Cowes .

Editor’s note : Sarah Donohue is the United Kingdom-based reporter/commentator for the Sky Sports Network. This is her first article for speedonthewater.com.

For more information on the Cowes-Torquay-Cowes endurance race, visit the British Powerboat Racing Club website .

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‘King of Offshore’ is the definitive story of powerboat racing legend and world renowned boat builder Reggie Fountain. From his boyhood days of chasing fishermen on North Carolina’s Tar River through his rise to creating a global powerboat empire, King of Offshore is the definitive story of powerboat racing legend and world renowned boat builder Reggie Fountain. Told by Reggie and the men who were there, King Of Offshore documents all the high speed action, danger and behind the scenes drama that made offshore racing the “original extreme” sport. The program features never before published footage from the personal archives of Reggie Fountain, Earl Bentz and Bill Seebold, known as the Fearsome Threesome of Mercury Marine’s original “Black Angels” racing team. King of Offshore follows the evolution of today’s 200 mph race boats from the early days of Karl Kiekhaefer’s  experimental Mercury outboard engines to the father of high performance V-bottom boats, Don Aronow and the mantle of performance passed on to Reggie Fountain. King of Offshore is the most comprehensive visual history and narrative of modern offshore racing produced to date.  King of Offshore combines an extensive array of historical footage from the early days of offshore racing in a chronological narrative with one-on-one interviews with the men that influenced the performance boat industry throughout the years. The one hour documentary program is targeted to be broadcast on a national sports network in March, 2015. This program is more than just a television documentary. It’s an opportunity for fans and high speed boating enthusiasts and companies  to become a part of the story. The producers have launched a Kickstarter page that provides various opportunities to receive a personalized autographed copy of the BlueRay version of the program up to discounted national commercial exposure for your business through a national sports network reaching over 40 million households in the US. Check out the King of Offshore..Reggie Fountain Story Kickstarter and learn more about this once in a lifetime opportunities to be a part of Offshore Racing History. For more information visit  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1224199093/king-of-offshore-the-reggie-fountain-story

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The official offshore racing circuit is coming to the West Coast bigger than ever before, and the charge is being led by none other than Scott Arden, former Director of Safety and past president of the Pacific Offshore Powerboat Racing Association (POPRA).

With plans to actively promote and market the offshore racing scene which is next to non-existent on the West Coast, it’s not going to be an easy task. But if anyone can manage to breath life back into the sport it’s Arden.

“Offshore Powerboat racing has dwindled to zero on the West Coast over the past five to seven years,” Arden said, “and it’s time to do something about it.”

Arden, coming from a business background, is taking a more business like approach to the issue of race promotion and marketing. The approach is aggressive and well planned, with his organization already in the process of hiring a marketing staff as well as securing production and TV air slots to generate a much greater reach than ever thought possible. Coupled with an aggressive sponsorship and fundraising campaign as well as plans to offer a significant size purse and tow money program, we can definitely expect to see a sizable resurgence if everything goes as planned.

Arden also understands that in order to succeed he will need to coordinate schedules and events with the other main offshore racing organizations such as OPA and SBI. Plans are already in the works for POPRA to be an APBA affiliate and his hopes are that all of the organizations will be able to work together without conflict towards a unified goal of further promoting the sport. Arden even goes so far as to say that he’s hoping to create a unified APBA World Offshore Championship that would incorporate all of the organizations once a year to end the race season.

POPRA also hopes to bring back the old Factory Classes which many racers got their first start in!

“Reviving the Factory classes is a win-win situation,” Arden said. “It gives the manufacturers an avenue to sell new boats and it brings new racers into the sport. There are many current racers who cut their teeth in the Factory classes.”

We’re looking forward to seeing this develop over the course of the next year as the West Coast prepares to get back its powerboating allure!

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  • Invented: 1903
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Offshore powerboat racing is a sport where powerboats engage in races, often of the point-to-point variety. These boats are large and specialized designed to reach extremely fast speeds on the water. Offshore powerboat racing is an expensive and elite sport, as the boats used in the sport are quite costly to make, maintain, and fuel. However, despite being known as a “rich man’s sport,” offshore powerboat racing now operates with many different classes and types of boats, some of which are more affordable for the average racer.

Offshore powerboat racing was first officially created in 1903 when a British newspaper and publishing magnate named Alfred Harmsworth created the Harmsworth Trophy, an international competition between powerboat racers from various nations. The first race was held in 1903 and was dominated by American racer Gar Wood, who went on to win seven more Harmsworth Trophies in later years. Wood would also become the first powerboat racer to break speeds of 100 mph in his boat. Powerboat racing quickly became popular around the world, with races drawing crowds of up to 400,000 people every year.

Soon after its invention, offshore powerboat racing became regulated by many organizations across the globe, including the American Power Boat Association (APBA) and the Union Internationale du Yachting Automobile, which later developed into the Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM). The UIM is the current governing body for international offshore powerboat racing. Over time, the Harmsworth Trophy faded out of popularity and was replaced by newer powerboating events, including the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship, which was first held in 1956.

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Offshore powerboat racing is a sport where pilots race specialized, extremely-fast motorboats through the water in point-to-point races. Established in the early 1900’s, offshore powerboat racing became an instantly popular sport. Soon after, offshore powerboat racing developed into a premier sport for the wealthy, as the boats and fuel involved are extremely expensive. Modern offshore powerboat racing is managed by the American Power Boat Association in the United States and internationally by the Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM). 

What are the biggest offshore powerboat races in the world?

One of the biggest offshore powerboat races in the world is the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship. First held in 1956, the inaugural race in the championship was held between Miami, Florida, and Nassau, in the Bahamas. Today, Class 1 powerboat racing is known as the most premier class of offshore powerboat racing in the world. Class 1 races are managed by the ABPA and have strict rules and requirements, including the use of specific types of motors and hulls. 

How fast are the boats in offshore powerboat racing?

Offshore powerboats are extremely fast. At the premier level of powerboat racing, Class 1, all boats possess twin inboard 1100hp engines and are required to have a minimum weight of 4,950 kg. With such powerful engines, the boats used in Class 1 powerboat racing can reach speeds higher than 160 mph. Some powerboats have even shown the ability to reach speeds of 200 mph, depending on their class.

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The UIM has selected Arendal and Larvik in Norway as host cities for some of the 2024 UIM Offshore title Championship events. Arendal will hold a round of the highly anticipated UIM Offshore 3D World Championship, as well as the prestigious single eventUIM Offshore 3B World Championship and the UIM Offshore 3J, 3X, and 3C European Championships.

These thrilling events will take place from august 1st to 4th..

On the other hand, Larvik, unfortunately, lost the opportunity to host a round of the Offshore 3D World Championship, but on June 27th to 30th, the city will be offered to organize the UIM World Championship single event for classes 3A, 3X, and 3J.

This outcome has left the local organizers in Larvik disappointed, and a board meeting will be held to determine the course of action for the club.

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The Rose Cup is an invitational event open to sailors who have reached their 16th birthday but not their 21st birthday during the calendar year in which the event is held (i.e., must be born between January 1, 2004 and December 31, 2008). The Championship features world-class coaching and serves as an outstanding training ground for young sailors who are passionate about match racing and focused on competing at the next level.

“We are very pleased to see the competitive group of applicants we have received to date and welcome additional applications for everyone interested,” said Ryan Davidson, USYMRC Committee Chair. “This years event at Corinthian Yacht Club is not one you will want to miss!”

Applications submitted by April 1 will receive preference. Request an invitation here:  https://form.jotform.com/240095124431143 . Competitors are asked to provide their top three match and fleet racing accomplishments over the past three years, and to write briefly about their experience racing on a 3-4 person keelboat.

Teams consist of crews of four, with at least one male and one female and a maximum crew weight of 660 pounds. Teams may be composed of members from different yacht clubs or sailing associations.

The Rose Cup started as an invitational youth match racing event in 2010. It was founded by members of Balboa Yacht Club in Newport Beach, California, and the Newport-Balboa Sailing & Seamanship Association. Its mission is to assist in the promotion of youth match racing in the United States and improve the quality of US competitors in national and international competition.

Thanks primarily to the efforts of US Sailing Match Racing Committee Vice-Chair and five-time US Match Racing Champion, Dave Perry, US Sailing made the event one of its three match racing championships, and it officially became the U.S. Youth Match Racing Championship in 2015.

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    The UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship (also known as Class 1) is an international motorboat racing competition for powerboats organized by the Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM). It is the premier class of offshore powerboat racing in the world.. Class 1 is considered one of the most spectacular marine motorsports. A Class 1 race-boat has twin inboard 1100hp engines and can reach ...

  9. APBA Announces 2021 Offshore Racing Plans ⋆ Powerboat Racing World

    John Moore on 23rd January 2021. The American Power Boat Association (APBA) has announced its plans for the 2021 race season which include a comprehensive calendar of events for all offshore classes. This is the first time for more than 30 years that the APBA has sanctioned all offshore powerboat racing events and the full calendar was ...

  10. Inside The Cowes Classic, Offshore Powerboating's Toughest Endurance

    The Powerful Attraction Of The Cowes Classic. Situated on the Isle of Wight off the south coast of England, Cowes is still renowned for hosting one of the most famous offshore powerboat races in history spanning back 61 years. The Cowes-Torquay endurance race was born in 1961 when Canada-born Sir Max Aitken competed in the Miami Nassau in 1960 ...

  11. OPA Racing

    There is probably no single race more famous than The Benihana Offshore Grand Prix. This race was known as the Indy 500 of Offshore Racing and was held in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, during the 1970's. The New Jersey Offshore Powerboat Racing Association has been the host club since racing started in Point Pleasant Beach some 40+ years ago. NJ Offshore (NJOPRA) is still a very active club with ...

  12. The King of Offshore

    'King of Offshore' is the definitive story of powerboat racing legend and world renowned boat builder Reggie Fountain. From his boyhood days of chasing fishermen on North Carolina's Tar River through his rise to creating a global powerboat empire, King of Offshore is the definitive story of powerboat racing legend and world renowned boat builder Reggie Fountain.

  13. POPRA Is Rebuilding & Redefining West Coast Powerboat Racing

    September 30, 2016. The official offshore racing circuit is coming to the West Coast bigger than ever before, and the charge is being led by none other than Scott Arden, former Director of Safety and past president of the Pacific Offshore Powerboat Racing Association (POPRA). With plans to actively promote and market the offshore racing scene ...

  14. What is Offshore Powerboat Racing?

    Offshore powerboat racing is a sport where powerboats engage in races, often of the point-to-point variety. These boats are large and specialized designed to reach extremely fast speeds on the water. Offshore powerboat racing is an expensive and elite sport, as the boats used in the sport are quite costly to make, maintain, and fuel.

  15. Offshore 3 championships i 2024 ⋆ Powerboat Racing World

    The UIM has selected Arendal and Larvik in Norway as host cities for some of the 2024 UIM Offshore title Championship events. Arendal will hold a round of the highly anticipated UIM Offshore 3D World Championship, as well as the prestigious single eventUIM Offshore 3B World Championship and the UIM Offshore 3J, 3X, and 3C European Championships.

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  17. High Performance Powerboats

    Founded in 1987 by Don Jenkins, Black Thunder Powerboats made a name for itself by producing some of the largest and fastest offshore powerboats of their time. Known for their luxurious amenities, high-speeds and ability to handle big water, Black Thunder became an icon of the high-performance powerboating lifestyle. Today, Black Thunder ...

  18. Offshoreonly.com

    Offshoreonly.com is the leading website of high performance boating enthusiasts. Our Bulletin Board, Chat Room, Classifieds section, Photo and Movies Sections, and On-line store account for our success in becoming the largest boating website on the internet. Find the information that you are looking for, or just make friends with other boaters who share a common interest.

  19. 'Howe 2 Live' Reviews First MTI 440X and More!

    The new Speed On The Water digital magazine features 'Howe 2 Live' Reviews of their MTI 440X, just in time for the take-off of the offshore powerboating season! Mike and Sarah Howe give a description of their unique experience in their new MTI boat powered by Mercury Racing Engines. Continue reading for a glimpse of what you'll find in ...

  20. Applications Open for the 2024 Youth Match Racing Championship for the

    Are you a young match racer looking to hone your skills? Apply for the U.S. Match Racing Championship for the Rose Cup, June 26-30 at Corinthian Yacht Club in Marblehead, Mass.The Rose Cup is an invitational event open to sailors who have reached their 16th birthday but not their 21st birthday during the calendar year in which the event is held (i.e., must be born between January 1, 2004 and ...

  21. F2 2020 Autodrom Moscow

    Here's an F2 onboard lap at the Autodrom Moscow in Moscow, Russia. This hotlap is driven in Assetto Corsa with Robert Shwartzman in the F2 2020 car, using th...

  22. OKO Tower

    Designed by US-based architectural and engineering firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill—renowned for its iconic towers, including Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building—the OKO Tower complex laid the groundwork for a new era in contemporary Russian development. At 1,150 feet high, and with a total area of 4,300,000 square feet, the OKO ...

  23. Pandora Papers Name Alleged Offshore Beneficiaries with Putin Links

    Financial records analyzed by ICIJ also found that Putin's alleged mistress Svetlana Krivonogikh purchased a $4.1 million apartment in Monaco via an offshore company that she became beneficiary ...

  24. "Moscow

    This ICIJ database contains information on more than 810,000 offshore entities that are part of the Pandora Papers, Paradise Papers, Bahamas Leaks, Panama Papers and Offshore Leaks investigations. The records cover more than 80 years up to 2020 and link to people and companies in more than 200 countries and territories.