18th Annual IJSBA Mark Hahn Memorial 300 in Lake Havasu City
The Western Winter Blast and the Rockabilly Reunion keep things jumping on land. But people flock to Havasu primarily for what happens on the water. And the 2022 IJSBA Mark Hahn Memorial 300 is no exception.
- What: IJSBA Mark Hahn Memorial 300
- Where: Crazy Horse Campgrounds - Maps and Directions
- When: Saturday, February 26th, 8 am to 3 pm
Colorado has its Hardrock 100 mountain race. Alaska has its Iditarod Invitational over the snow. In Arizona, our endurance racing happens in the form of the IJSBA Mark Hahn Memorial 300 on the water. PWC racers come from all over the world to compete in this 300-mile competition.
- 4 Stroke
- 4 Stroke Stock
- 4 Stroke Mod SU
- 4 Stroke Lites 400
- Manufacturers Stock
- Pro-Am 4 Open
- Sportsman 2 Stroke SU
- Vet Masters Open
Each two-person team boat team and three-person stand-up PWC team kicks off their racing with the Le Mans start. This means that all racers start off on the sand and race to their awaiting boat or PWC in the water as soon as the flag drops.
Spectators can watch for free from the shoreline. If you go out on the water on race day, be aware of the designated racecourse. Stay well away from the markers to avoid possible collision with the racers. The start/finish line is at Crazy Horse. Prizes will be awarded at a special banquet after the day's racing concludes. But this is only open to the participants.
If you enter the race, good luck. If not, come out anyway and cheer them all on. This is the longest endurance race for watercraft in the world. They could all the encouragement you can muster.