In a remarkable journey that spanned over six months, the M CON’s entry into Class 1 with Monster Energy as a significant sponsor was captured. The historic build of the team’s 43-foot Skater Powerboats catamaran saw intense work and documentation in the final two months. A captivating 30-plus-minute documentary has been produced, providing an insider’s look into the construction, rigging, and more of the Skater 438. Continue reading to learn more and check out the video below!
Although filming began more than six months ago in early November when the M CON Racing team announced during the Race World Offshore Key West World Championship that it was entering the Class 1 ranks with a substantial sponsor behind it—Monster Energy—a large portion of the work and documentation of the historic build of the team’s 43-foot Skater Powerboats catamaran came down to the last two months.
Fortunately for the offshore racing community, Speedonthewater.com audience and fans of M CON, Monster Energy, Performance Boat Center, Skater Powerboats, Mercury Racing and P1 Offshore, the team at Scrapyard Media—led by talented editor, cinematographer and Michigan native Brad DiMaggio—was on hand for a good amount of the important parts of construction, rigging and more of the Skater 438 powered by class-spec Mercury Racing 1100 Comp engines.
Now, all of that hard work by the teams at Skater Powerboats and Performance Boat Center—not to mention the dedicated M CON Racing crew led by owners Tyler and Lindsey Miller—has been condensed into a 30-plus-minute documentary from the teams that brought you the “In The Lead” video series, Scrapyard Media and Speedonthewater.com.