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NEXA P1 Powerboat Indian Grand Prix of the Seas

P1 Superstock IN Heat Results for:Mumbai
Heat 1 Results Date: Sat 4 Mar 2017
Round: 1 Heat 1
Class: P1 Panther 250 IN
Race Distance: 30 nm Laps: 15
Pos # Team Driver Navigator Time Avg Kts Avg MPH Avg KPH Pts
1st 100 / 150 Baleno RS Sam Coleman Daisy Coleman 00:37:42 47.75 54.94 88.42 20
2nd 95 / 983 Mirchi Mavericks John Donnelly Kevin Burdock 00:38:16 47.04 54.13 87.11 17
3rd 11 / 21 Lloyd Electric and Engineering Ltd Craig Wilson William Enriquez 00:38:23 46.90 53.97 86.85 15
4th 99 / 999 Money On Mobile James Norvill Christian Parsons-Young 00:38:48 46.39 53.39 85.92 14
5th 11 / 21 Lloyd Electric and Engineering Ltd Stuart Cureton Sara Cureton 00:39:09 45.98 52.91 85.15 13
6th 10 / 20 Ultra Sharks Guarav Gill George Ivey 00:39:11 45.94 52.86 85.08 12
7th 99 / 999 Money On Mobile Glynn Norvall Lee Norvall 00:39:46 45.26 52.09 83.83 11
8th 100 / 150 Baleno RS CS Santosh Martin Robinson 00:40:06 44.89 51.66 83.13 10
9th 95 / 983 Mirchi Mavericks Frederick Bastin 00:37:46 44.48 51.19 82.38 9
10th 10 / 20 Ultra Sharks Neil Jackson Jason Jackson 00:39:47 39.21 45.12 72.62 8
11th 14 / 24 HVR Racing Frank Silva Tony Iannotta 00:34:05 42.25 48.62 78.25 7
12th 14 / 24 HVR Racing Darren Nicholson Giovanni Carpitella Retired 0.00 0.00 0.00 -
P1 Superstock IN Standings
Pos # Team Mumbai Pts
1st 150 Baleno RS Booster Jets 20 20 20 60
2nd 21 LLoyd Dolphins 15 15 17 47
3rd 99 Money on Mobile Marlins 14 17 15 46
4th 11 LLoyd Dolphins 13 14 13 40
5th 10 Ultra Sharks 12 13 14 39
6th 999 Money on Mobile Marlins 11 10 12 33
7th 100 Baleno RS Booster Jets 10 9 10 29
8th 983 Mirchi Mavericks 9 11 8 28
9th 20 Ultra Sharks 8 8 9 25
10th 95 Mirchi Mavericks 17 - - 17
11th 14 HVR Racing - 12 - 12
12th 25 HVR Racing 7 - - 7

The world championship event in Mumbai will bring together the best SuperStock racers from around the globe next month.

On the shores of Mumbai's Marine Drive, Powerboat P1 announced that the P1 SuperStock series would be landing in India for the very first world championship event - the NEXA P1 Powerboat Indian Grand Prix of the Seas.

Powerboat P1’s announcement sees the London-based marine motorsport promoter make big strides towards building a global racing stage with national championships already established in the UK and USA.

James Durbin, CEO of Powerboat P1 said, "A series of firsts makes the NEXA P1 Powerboat historic. We are building a global structure to propel the sport to the next level, and, it starts in Mumbai."

This event will feature the best SuperStock racers from both the P1 SuperStock UK and USA championships in 2016, along with some new faces to be announced on February 16th in Mumbai.

Starting with free practice and qualifying on Friday 3 March, the event will comprise of two races of 15 laps building up to a Grand Finale raced over 20 laps on Sunday 5 March.

For the first time in the history of powerboat racing, there will be a defined course on the water, which will provide an added challenge for the experienced P1 SuperStock crews.

Asif Rangoonwala, Chairman of Powerboat P1: “Powerboat P1 in partnership with Procam International are delighted to announce the launch of the Nexa P1 Powerboat, Indian Grand Prix of the Seas. This debut race is the culmination of six years of dedicated work in developing a new series that delivers a clear and logical structure, which celebrates the best powerboat racers in the world and redefines sport in the maritime ecosystem. Having reached the launch stage, it was vitally important to secure a race venue befitting the scale of this achievement and we believe that Mumbai, a world-class city in so many ways, is the ideal base for the start of this new journey. I have always marveled at the splendour of Marine Drive and am glad that this natural amphitheater will be brought to life with our P1 powerboats racing centre-stage for millions of fans of this sport.”

Anil Singh, Managing Director, Procam International said: “We are privileged to partner with Powerboat P1, where we are seeding a global sport structure from Mumbai. With the NEXA P1 Powerboat, Indian Grand Prix of the Seas, sports fans will experience the joy of watching the fastest men and women on sea competing on the world’s first-ever course on water. We are thankful to the Indian and global institutions, federations, governments, agencies and sponsors who are partnering with us, and will be indebted to them for their support.”

The 14 P1 Panther race boats that will compete in Mumbai are currently passing through the Suez Canal en route to India.