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Next Race

Monster Energy St Petersburg Grand Prix Gallery 2023 Saturday Sep 02

Saturday Sep 2 Saturday Part 2 Saturday Part 3 - Cakes and Entertainment Sunday Sep 3 Sunday Part 2

St. Pete was thankfully spared a brush with Hurricane Idalia a couple of days before race weekend. Despite this, nearly 70 boats arrived at St. Pete to race. Saturday's program started with the Class 1 qualifier. Seven boats competing to decide the pole positions for Sunday's final race of the UIM Class 1 World Championship season. Pothole Heroes didn't make it to the start line following problems in earlier testing. Huski Ice Spritz had the fastest lap to take pole position for Sunday's race. Read the story on Class1World.com.

Next off were Bracket 700s, 600s and 500s racing alongside Class 3x. You can read the race report here.

Super Stock Class boats had the final outing of the day. Always exciting, today proved no exception with a fleet of ten boats led by Allied Construction and Jackhammer tore around Tampa Bay. Unfortunately, in the 8th lap, Steele Construction flipped over, the red flag was raised, and the raise came to an early close. No one was hurt, and the race order at the time of the red flag was used to record the final race finishing positions.

Results 2023 Standings

Photo Credit

All photos Ronny Mac ronnymac.com