Muller Boys To Campaign Wicked In Cocoa Beach And Beyond

Muller Boys To Campaign Wicked In Cocoa Beach And Beyond

For Chase and Jax Muller, the sons of Super Cat-class WHM Motorsports throttleman Jay Muller, Thunder On Cocoa Beach set for May 17-19 will be the first Super Cat contest of the season. The brothers Muller, ages 23 and 21, registered the Wicked team 40-foot Motion catamaran today for the Cocoa Beach, Fla., event where they will be first-timer.

Chase and Jax Muller plan to run three APBA series races this season. Photo by Pete Boden copyright Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.

Their father has been working on the cat during the off season at the WHM Motorsports shop in nearby Titusville.

“On Saturday in Cocoa Beach, I am going to run the boat myself and then run it with each of them,” explained Jay Muller. “We made some changes and then want me to run it with them.”

Muller said his sons also will campaign the boat at the American Power Boat Association Offshore Championship Series races in Ocean City, Md., and Sheboygan, Wis. Running those three races will qualify them for Super Cat-class points at the early November Race World Offshore-produced/APBA-sanctioned World Championships in Key West, Fla.

“They’ll also do some local Offshore Powerboat races,” he added. “They’ve done 10 or 12 Super Cat races so far.”

At present, six Super Cat teams are registered for Cocoa Beach, the second race of APBA series.

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