The 29th annual Suncoast Super Boat Grand Prix Festival, which benefits Suncoast Children’s Charities, will have the results of the economic impact in two weeks, once all data is collected.
Festival organizer Lucy Nicandri said there "wasn’t an inch of sand to stand on" at Lido Beach with more than 25,000 people in attendance.
In addition, there were about 300 spectator boats watching the races from the water. Nicandri said the media coverage helped amp up the amount of participants in the festival this year.
Class: Superboat Unlimited
First place: Cintron with a time of 45:14 and 502 points
Second place: Gasse with a time of 45:22 and 451 points
Third place: Miss Geico with a time of 46:01 and 435 points
Class: Superboat Extreme
First place: Instigator with a time of 49:15 and 534 points
Second place: Watt Ahh with a time of 53:17 and 483 points
Third place: Twisted Metal Motorsports with a time of 40:17 and 437 points
Fourth place: Airway Aerospace with a time of 22:48 and 396 points
Fifth place: Luca Oil Silverhook with a time of 06:11 and 359 points
First place: Miss Mary Mac with a time of 23: 59 and 530 points
Class: Super boat
First place: STHL with a time of 50:59 and 534 points
Second place: WHM Motorsports with a time of 51:34 and 483 points
Third place: Spirit of Qatar with a time of 52:15 and 437 points
Fourth place: Warpaint with a time of 17:52 and 396 points
Fifth place: JD Byrider with a time of 11:26 and 359 points
Class: Superboat VEE
First place: Boatfloater.com with a time of 47:10 and 533 points
Second place: Red Hot Racing/ JD Byrider with a time of 47:56 and 482 points.
Third place: Sun Print with a time of 15:45 and 406 points
Fourth place: Phantom with a time of 07:21 and 395 points.
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