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Super Boat International to welcome all teams for competition

by Super Boat International on 1 Mar 2013
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The 2013 Super Boat International (SBI) racing season is rapidly approaching and teams are preparing for what is expected to be another fantastic year. With the recent international addition of team 'Spirit of Qatar', fans from across North America and the globe can expect some exciting competition.

Founder of SBI, John Carbonell, opens up to welcoming any international team to participate. 'The racers are excited to see the Spirit of Qatar’s, Sheikh Hassan bin Jabor Al Thani, show such excitement and competitiveness to come challenge the American teams. With the recent challenges Class-1, P1 and other international organizations are having, we are encouraging others with the opportunity to come race with us. Many international teams race with us in our year-end finale, the Key West World Championships, and SBI would certainly welcome them to compete throughout the year,' exclaims Carbonell.

'I believe any international team interested in racing in America and wanting to compete against the best in the world will consider making the effort to race with us.'

Super Boat International is the only professional offshore racing organization in the World that has an official published schedule through 2014. The world’s best offshore racers compete in Super Boat International racing series. This year all races are streamed live with the first race of the year being seen here and found on the official Superboat website.
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