Equipment Changes and Introductions
Photo Courtesy Andy Newman
Gone Clear - Jim Robinson and Bobby Moore, who won the Superboat Class National Championship this year,
have prepared a new boat with a new name, which
will debut in Key West. The new boat is a 46' Douglas Marine Skater with four 1000hp Mercury
Marine Motors and SSM outdrives. This boat, which will be called "Nuff Respect", will be the first catamaran in
several years to feature a four engine configuration.
Executor - This rookie team, which came in second this year in the 1995 SBR
Open Points Standings, will be staying with the same successful combination that they have been
running all year. The team plans on sending the motors and drives to Mercury for overhaul
while they fine tune the hull.
Recovery Racing - Fresh from establishing the APBA National Open Points Championship
for 1995, and the 1995 SBR Open Points Championship, Staurt Hayim and Joey Imprescia will unveil a newer and
more streamlined version of the 46' Douglas Marine Skater that they helped popularize last
year with the introduction of the original 46' boat at the 1994 South Padre race. The new
boat will be featuring 900hp Mercury Marine Class I motors, and is expected to have a top
speed of over 130mph, with a race speed of around 120mph.
More Team Information is Available on the Teams Page
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Last Updated Wednesday, October 18, 1995