The #33 Sailor Jerry/AutoNation Offshore Race team had a stellar time in Key West for the 35th Annual Super Boat Key West World Championship! On Wednesday for first […]
Tomorrow, the biggest event of the 2015 Super Boat International Offshore Racing Season will officially begin!! The Sailor Jerry/AutoNation Offshore Race Team is in Key West to compete for the […]
FastBoats Marine Group wants YOU to join us at the 2015 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show! Visit us as the Contender and Statement Marine exhibits! Check out what […]
Many of our team members and their families have been personally affected by cancer. It’s become our company’s mission to spread awareness about the importance of early detection […]
Randy Sweers and the Sailor Jerry/AutoNation Offshore Race Team are headed to the 7th Annual Bright House Clearwater Super Boat National Championship! Keep an eye out for the fan-favorite MTI Catamaran as it joins the fleet of one of the most highly-competitive classes in offshore racing, the Superboat class.
FastBoats Marine Group is proud to announce that we are an official sponsor for Koa Misi’s Pink Tie Bash! Koa Misi, linebacker with the Miami Dolphins, is hosting […]
Jason Johnson from Speed on the Water featured our very own Randy Sweers in a recent article regarding the upcoming fundraising event in honor of Sweer’s friend Derek […]
FastBoats Marine Group had such a blast at Super Boat International’s Great Lakes Grand Prix that we wanted to recap the event with some stellar photos featuring the […]
The Sailor Jerry-AutoNation scooped the silver medal away from the competition at this past weekend’s 7th Annual Super Boat Great Lakes Grand Prix!
Randy Sweers and team will be racing the Sailor Jerry-AutoNation once again at the Super Boat International’s 7th Annual Great Lakes Grand Prix, held in Michigan City, Indiana!
Running in the Super Cat class was a trio of catamarans—Sailor Jerry-AutoNation, Peppers Racing and Persu Cat—. Owner/throttleman Randy Sweers and driver Danilo Zampaloni took top honors in Sailor Jerry-AutoNation, a 40-foot MTI catamaran powered by twin 750-hp engines from Ilmor Marine.
No Superboat-class offshore powerboat racing team has changed the graphics on its raceboat more frequently in the past few years than the Fastboats Marine Group outfit, headed by veteran offshore racer Randy Sweers. In the last iteration, Sweers’ 40-foot Marine Technology Inc. catamaran was dressed in Racing For Cancer/AutoNation colors — complete with numerous pink accents.
FastBoats Marine Group is proud to announce that we’re the new South Florida dealer and service center for Contender Offshore Boats. Contender is one of the most recognized […]
FastBoats Marine Group invites YOU to visit us at the Palm Beach International Boat Show. We will be at land slots 139 and 140 with 38′ Statement Marines […]
Mercury Racing revealed the all new Racing Verado 400R outboard and the QC4v 1550 Dual Calibration sterndrive platform earlier this season at the 2015 Miami International Boat Show. Alongside the Mercury Racing Verado 400R in the outboard line, Mercury Marine also revealed the Verado 350. Each design is based around the supercharged Verado powerhead that was released in 2004, but with new tuning and components to bring the performance of the motors to a new level.
Hitting speeds of more than 132 miles per hour while in the cockpit of a sleek, powerful $1-million vessel, Orillia native Jay Cooke piloted Racing for Cancer to […]
FastBoats Marine Group has been in business for 20 years, and we pride ourselves on providing our clients with superior customer service. Are you a recent client of […]
U.S.-Based Cat Contingent Strongest for Qatar Cup “I have invited a lot of friends and even some clients from Kuwait and Dubai who will be meeting our team […]
“Our mission in Key West was to finish all 3 races and be in the top 3 overall” — AutoNation / Racing for Cancer Offshore Racing Fullfills Goal Of Top-3 Finish In Key West: Mission accomplished!! We did have our share of set backs, including a engine failure on the stbd side at the very end of Race #1. My crew Jay Meyer, Craig Chiddenton, and Cabe Regenerus and the guys from Ilmor worked hard to remove the damaged engine and install our spare engine. Thankfully we had a spare, as we had a similar engine failure last year that put us out of the Sunday double points race. With minimal test time, we were able to finish the Friday race, but not without sustaining some structural damage we received when Team Warpaint and Racing For Cancer had small “altercation” at the start of the race!
Check out an excerpt from this wonderful article from Matt Trulio of Offshore Only and Speed on the Water Magazine, revealing some of our personal connection to our […]
FastBoats Marine Group Team had a blast supporting the #33 AutoNation / Racing For Cancer Offshore Racing earlier this season at the first Flora-Bama Shootout, encompassing the Thunder […]
Fort Lauderdale Magazine — May 9, 2014 | By Chris Caswell There was a time, not too long ago, when 100mph on the water was reserved for daredevil […]
MICHIGAN CITY — AutoNation – Racing for Cancer 33, racing for its namesake cause, finished fourth during the first race at Washington Park on during the Great Lakes […]
Hammer Down Boating recently caught up with our own Randy Sweers, Owner and Throttleman for the #33 Racing For Cancer-AutoNation Super Boat, as he was getting prepared for […]