XINSURANCE Sponsors 2 TFR racing team powerboats in the RWO P1 and OPA racing circuit

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XINSURANCE primary sponsor of racing team at Race World Offshore (RWO) P1 and Offshore Powerboat Racing (OPA) circuit

XINSURANCE®, the leading resource for customized specialty insurance, announced it will sponsor two powerboats in the Race World Offshore (RWO) P1 and Offshore Powerboat Racing Association (OPA) racing circuit, starting April 27, 2023.

XINSURANCE®, a trusted insurance solutions provider for high-risk operations including water sports, is a member of the Water Sports Industry Association (WSIA). The sponsorship offers the TFR Racing team the unique opportunity to bring their passion for racing and history of winning championships under the XINSURANCE® banner.

Recently, JJ Turk of TFR Racing purchased two boats, Class 5 (#501) and Class 7 (#720), and now both boats are under the primary sponsorship of XINSURANCE®. The TFR team includes veteran Class 5 racers JJ Turk, Micheal Stancombe; veteran throttleman, Robert Bryant; and crew chief, Billy "The Wildman" Stroud. For the first time ever, newcomer 15-year-old Cameron Turk will join throttleman Robert Bryant on the circuit. Stancombe is also a recipient of the American Powerboat Association of America (APBA) Sportsman of the Year Award.

The TFR racing team, Class 5 boat (#501), formerly under the Team Woody Offshore racing banner, won the following championships 2021-2022.

  • Achievements are as follows for the Class 5 boat include:
    • 2021-2022 APBA National Series Champions
    • 2021-2022 Key West World Champions
    • 2022 U.M.I. Class 5 World Champions

The Class 7 boat (#720) is in its first race season this year.

Says Rick J. Lindsey, President and CEO, of XINSURANCE®, "The competitiveness and performance proven in national and world championships made us proud to sponsor TFR in the RWO P1 and OPA racing circuits. XINSURANCE® is TFR's primary sponsor, and we are excited for the 2023 racing season to begin."

Says JJ Turk, also the owner of the LaQuinta Inn, Cocoa Beach--Port Canaveral, Florida, "A shout out to all of the people that have helped make this dream come true including Donna Turk (aka Mom Turk); wife, Keriann Turk; kids, Kylee and Cameron Turk; sisters, Judy Turk and Cathy Turk; Thomas Carrigan - business partner in JT's Social Bar; LaQuinta Inn hotel general manager, Christopher Potok, and all of our employees and local sponsors."

Says Lindsey, "It was only natural to bring this team under the XINSURANCE® umbrella. I also share a passion for my work with my sons Parker, Zane, and Beau, who work alongside me. So, too, these great racers, share their passion for business and racing with their families."

XINSURANCE® provides True Umbrella, specialty liability coverage solutions tailored to safeguard individual and commercial assets if an incident claim or lawsuit occurs. The in-house staff at XINSURANCE® provides solutions for the growing list of risks that leave people exposed in today's insurance marketplace.

The P1 national circuit begins in Marathon, Florida, on April 27, 2023, followed by Cocoa Beach, May 19-21; St. Petersburg, Sept. 1-3; Sarasota, June 20-July 2; Clearwater, Sept 22-24; Key West November 5-12, and Englewood, Florida, Nov. 16-19, 2023.

XINSURANCE® is a dba of Evolution Insurance Brokers, LC.

Contact Information:
Barbara Malkowski
SVP Marketing

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