Series Promoter Tim Seebold said
We apologise for the late release of the schedule, but it has been difficult securing the race sites this off season. All of us are looking forward to seeing everyone and getting back on the water. Thank you for your continued support as we build powerboat racing.
2022 F1 Powerboat Championship
April 3 Highlands, Texas. F1, F-Light, Tri Hull, J-Hydro (Non-Series Points Race)
April 29- May 1 Port Neches, Texas. F1, F-Light, Tri Hull, J-Hydro.
July 28-31 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. -F1, F-Light, Tri Hull.
Sept. 30-Oct. 2 Highlands, Texas. F1, F-Light, Tri Hull, J-Hydro.
October 14-16 Lake Havasu, Arizona. F1, F-Light, Tri Hull.
The upbeat F1 Series Promoter is certainly looking forward to a constructive season.
New relationships have blossom because of the Lake Havasu Classic’s sponsoring partners. We continue to work with Mercury Racing as we navigate the future of our sport and their involvement. Testing was completed with the APEX 200 engine with three of our teams giving us a better understanding of how the new engine package can fit into our existing program. Rest assured we are not abandoning our current program or any of the equipment that is being currently used. The goal is to offer an additional engine choice for the people who wish to utilise it while more importantly attracting new people to Formula 1 powerboat racing. Our goal has been and will continue to be the growth of Formula powerboat racing through supporting all our competing teams and drivers. That’s our only agenda, no one gets left out!