The most recognizable voice in offshore powerboat racing broadcasts, Mike Yowaiski does not give up easily. The Maryland-based former offshore racer, race producer and marine industry veteran is as tenacious as they come. So when it looked like the livestream broadcast of the Great Lakes Grand Prix—the fifth event in the six-race American Power Boat Association Offshore Championship Series—August 2-4 in Michigan City, Ind., might not happen, he got to work.
A combined effort is making the livestream broadcast of next month’s Great Lakes Grand Prix a reality. Photo courtesy/copyright Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.
And thanks to his efforts—combined with generous support from the offshore racing community—he’ll be able to add “broadcast co-producer” to his list of accomplishments.
“I have teamed up with a production company called 410 Films owned by Devin Conway to broadcast the 2019 Great Lakes Grand Prix,” said Yowaiski. “But there were two big obstacles we needed to address right away.
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