ThunderCat Racing is one of the world's most exhilarating water sports. The primary purpose of a ThunderCat is surf racing, and they race at high speeds in the surf of up to 5 metres, and wind speeds up to 45 knots. Crews consist of a driver and a co-driver. The driver...
We run two different championships on the UK ThunderCat racing circuit. One is known as P750 and the other is known as P750 Modified. But for the uninitiated, what is the difference between each category of racing. Here we explain the differences:
You may have visited our events and have been amazed by the exciting racing that we stage. Now you may want to get involved as a racer or volunteer as an official. Here we list steps on how you can get involved and who you should contact.
At ThunderCat Racing UK, the safety of our racers, marshals, volunteers and spectators are vitally important. That’s why we take extensive steps to ensure everyone’s safety. Here we explain the steps we take to ensure that ThunderCat Racing is one of the safest power...
Calling all Photography enthusiasts! Throughout July to September, there is a series of ThunderCat powerboating events around the UK which are free to watch and provide an excellent opportunity to take excellent powerboat racing photos.
Each Country around the world races the same format of classes and courses, testing newbie's, experienced and expert competitors to their limits. The sport has three carefully designed disciplines to push teams in all aspects the sea or lake can throw at them.
If you have ever seen any of our website or social media posting of recent years, you will have seen some of the outstanding photography which is so well taken and full of definition that you wouldn’t believe they were real pictures.