To even try to follow offshore powerboat racing, you have to love it in a way that borders on obsessive and unhealthy. Or you have to be a seasoned Super Boat International scorer. Or a journalist whose beat happens to include the often spectacular but just as often confusing and confounding motorsport.
Relax. When it comes to the 2013 Super Boat International Offshore World Championships, which rolled into the town of Key West, Fla., last month and spread 46 boats over eight classes, we’ve got you covered.