find Geneva, case sans-serif; font-size: 12.16px; line-height: normal;">NOTICE: 2016 Florida 300 Early Registration extended to March 20th.
There are a lot of exciting new features and sponsors for the race being finalized now, so the Florida 300 organizers have decided to push back the deadline.
This is to allow for some announcements that should be coming soon that could convince those on the fence to jump into the race.
Watch this space for further news.
SSPUSA announces plans for the Florida 300 for 2016. We are happy to announce the we will extend the race to Daytona Beach this year which means a race around Cape Canaveral to finish at the chosen Fleet 80 site of Perry’s Resort. Fleet 80 is participating and helping to set up a resounding end to this year’s race. The race will begin at the Islander resort as in the past two years. Stops will continue to be Key Biscayne, sales Palm Beach Shoes, capsule Vero Beach and Cocoa Beach. More information will be forthcoming soon. See the Florida 300 web site. Racing will begin on Tuesday May 17th in Islamorada and end in Daytona Beach on Saturday May 21st. There is expected to be a large social event connected to awards on Sunday May 22nd in time for return drives home. Early registration with a $150 deposit continues to March 1st, when fees will go up to $450 for those not pre-registered. All fees required by May 1st.
|1||Team Adrenaline||Riccardi, Todd||Burd, Tripp||Formule 18||62.4||9:11:30||14:43:49|
|2||Roberts Catamaran||Roberts, Eric||Weir, Dave||ARC 22||57||8:31:56||14:58:08|
|3||SolarWind||Muma, Laura||Ingram, Dave||Formule 18||62.4||9:29:39||15:12:54|
|4||Turtle Mojo||Macdonald, Dick||Langfeld, Karl||Formule 18||62.4||9:30:24||15:14:06|
|5||Royal Yellow||Lohmeyer, Steve||Sonnenklar, Jay||Nacra 20||59.3||9:16:15||15:38:02|
|6||Royal Orange||Johnson, Curt||Smith, Gavin||Nacra 6.0 SQ||60.5||10:34:25||17:28:37|
|7||Costal Watersports AMI||Cole, Ralph||Cole, Patick||G-Cat 6.1 w/spin||62.4||11:14:52||18:01:31|
|8||Henderson/Peil||Henderson, Jocelyn||Peil, John||Nacra 20||59.3||10:41:45||18:02:13|
|9||Keilman/Chen||Keilman, Jacob||Chen, Grace||Formule 18||62.4||12:06:10||19:23:44|
|10||Wildcat||Cramer, Weston||Herendeen, Mark||Formule 18||62.4||12:44:34||20:25:16|
|11||Cat In The Hat||Ferber, Larry||Nedurian/Steiger||Nacra 20||59.3||15:00:00||1:1:17:42|
|12||Marspeed||Moss, Bret||Casey, John||Marstrom 20 carbon spi||58||DNF|
|12||Waveyhaven||Tomeo, Charles||Tebo, Dalton||Formule 18||62.4||DNF|
|12||Team Phillips||Phillips, Michael||Pierce, Kenny||Marstrom 20 carbon spi||58||DNF|
With the Key Largo Steeplechase just days away, mind there are a lot of late entries bringing the field up to 13 boats with more last minute entries expected. There is an interesting mix of boats with six Formula 18's, three Nacra 20's, two Marstrom 20's, one G-Cat 6.1 and an ARC 22. A great mixture of boats which should make for a great race.
Unfortunately most of the late entries do not have a SCHRS ratings and need to be measured to be accurately scored. Due to the time constraints and the late registration of so many boats that are not SCHRS rated, we are switching back to the Portsmouth rating system for the Key Largo Steeplechase. We hated making the move but we did not want the ratings system to interfere with the race.