After over 85 championships in over 12 countries, the P1 world is fast, and growing. The international motorboat racing competition organised by the Union Internationale Motornautique (UIM) is the highest class of inshore powerboat racing, proving to be an adrenaline rush for both participants and spectators.
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world’s leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, tunnel-hull catamarans reaching speeds in excess of 240km/h on the straights.
Watch them race through the water in an epic H20 Racing: F1H20 World Championship that has nothing to envy from land F1, on Nautical Channel.
It's a brand new year in the world's premier powerboat racing series, the UIM F1H2O World Championship as the tour heads to new venues for the 36th season. The world's toughest, braest and most steely-nerved marine motorsports racers will battle it out for the world's most prestigious title in powerboat racing.
The 2019 season boasts an eight-Grand Prix calendar. Let's find out what we can expect from this season!
The season kicks off in a brand new venue on the tour, Dammam, Saudi Arabia, marking the first Grand Prix to be raced in the kingdom in 15 years. Bordered by the Red Sea in the West and Gulf waters in the East, Dammam is the perfect setting for this awaited moment in the powerboat calendar.
Let's get started in this year's F1H2O action!
Where the mighty Atlantic meets the graceful Arade, in a country with an illustrious and glorious maritime history, where the waves crash, the second round of the UIM F1H2O season kicks off! We are set to the Grand Prix of Portugal in Portimao, one of the most spectacular corners of southern Portugal.
The 19 riders are ready to plough through Portuguese waters to win this Grand Prix. Are you coming with us?
The third round of the 2019 UIM F1H20 World Championship season was held in Evian for a fifth consecutive year as the 23rd Grand Prix of France was raced on the waters of Lac Leman. The world famous spa destination, Evian Les Bains, attracts visitors from all over the world, and this year spectators will be able to enjoy the incredible F1H2O Grand Prix.
Relive the best moments of the 2018 competition in France.
The UIM F1H2O World Championship season is headed to a brand new location, Xiamen, China, for rounds four and five of the 2019 season. Riders will dispute the Grand Prix of Xiamen and Grand Prix of China in the southeastern coast of China. Let's see how the action will develop in the Far East, reliving the best moments of the season.
Welcome to the historic fourth and fifth rounds of the UIM F1H2O World Champhionships in Xiamen. For the first time, the Chinese city hosted back-to-back grand prixes in the series - two days, two races. The world's premier powerboat racers fought it out for the Grand Prix of Xiamen followed by the Grand Prix of China.
Let's get started in this year's edition!
We are at the final race of the season. The UIM F1H2O Grand Prix of Sharjah has only two men left standing in the title race: Shaun Torrente and the mighty Team Abu Dhabi vs Jonas Anderson and the tenacious Team Sweden. One will taste victory and the other defeat. Who will be the ultimate winner?
Let's find out in the splashing action of the F1H2O Grand Prix of Sharjah 2019.
The 36th UIM F1H2O World Powerboat Championship once again saw the world's most talented and fearless marine motorsport racers battle for the world's most prestigious title in powerboat racing. This season boasted five venues and six grand prixes in some of the most stunning locations around the world.
We will recap to remember the best moments of the 2019 season.
The UIM F1H2O World Championship is the flagship series of international single-seater inshore circuit Formula powerboat racing. It attracts up to 20 of the world’s leading drivers from 13 countries who navigate the lightweight, twin-sponson, tunnel-hull catamarans into turns at over 90mph, reaching speeds in excess of 150mph on the straights. In this episode, we are about to see the latest action of the 2020 Season.