Wake the Lake 5 - Race Schedule
Updated Entry List for the OPC National Championsh...
Only 19 Tailgate Spots Left for Wake the Lake 5
OPC Nationals/Wake the Lake 5 Schedule is Set, 6 C...
Wake the Lake 5 - Race Schedule

Wake the Lake 5 - Race Schedule

7/29/2021 -
Friday Aug 6 8am - Driver Registration/Tech Inspection Open Noon – Public Gates Open FREE DAY Noon – 1pm – Open Test Session 15 minutes per class firs
Updated Entry List for the OPC National Championsh...

Updated Entry List for the OPC National Championsh...

7/25/2021 -
Aug 6-8, 2021 the Outbarod Performance Craft Nationals comes to Champions Park Lake. With over 70 entries the competition looks great with 6 classes
Only 19 Tailgate Spots Left for Wake the Lake 5

Only 19 Tailgate Spots Left for Wake the Lake 5

7/20/2021 -
We've updated our event map...no more 6 foot gaps in between tailgate spots. New this year is FREE General Admission Parking will be available on the
OPC Nationals/Wake the Lake 5 Schedule is Set, 6 C...

OPC Nationals/Wake the Lake 5 Schedule is Set, 6 C...

6/29/2021 -
Thursday Aug 5 Teams Begin Moving in and Driver Registration/Tech Inspection Opens Opening Ceremonies Downtown Event – 7pm to 10pm Mothers Stewart Bre

F1 Powerboats

Formula 1 Powerboat World Championship

The Formula 1 Powerboat World Championship (also F1) is an international motorboat racing competition for powerboats organised by the Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM) and promoted by H2O Racing, hence it often being referred to as F1H2O. It is the highest class of inshore powerboat racing in the world, and as such, with it sharing the title of F1, is similar to Formula One car racing. Each race lasts approximately 45 minutes following a circuit marked out in a selected stretch of water, usually a lake, river, dock, or sheltered bay.

Qualifying periods decide the formation of the grid, and timing equipment records the performance of competitors to decide the final classification and allocation of championship points.

Inaugurated in 1981, F1 powerboat racing is a Grand Prix style event, in which teams compete around the world each season. In the 2013 season, a total of 23 drivers and 9 teams entered at least one race, with 16 boats competing full-time. The races take place along a track of approximately 350 meters with multiple turns, over which the boats can reach 250 kilometers per hour (155 mph). The races are longer than most powerboat races at approximately 45 minutes, but still shorter than many car races.

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