Mercury Racing is powered by a passion for excellence and the pursuit of high performance. Our long-standing success stems from our people and their drive for success. To support the future workforce, Mercury Racing is proud to offer two scholarship programs: The Excellence in Trade scholarship and The Impact Institute Education scholarship. Details and application materials will be published in early 2024.
Mackenzie Porin, Fremont High School, and Carter Murphy, East Noble High School, are the 2024 Impact Institute Education Scholarship recipients; congratulations!
Congratulations to our 2024 winner, Owen Binkelman! Owen is a Lomira High School graduate who will pursue Electrical Power Distribution at Moraine Park Technical College.
“THIS SCHOLARSHIP MEANS A LOT TO ME, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT CAN PAY FOR ALMOST MY ENTIRE COLLEGE TUITION.”
2023 Excellence in Trade Recipient
Mercury Racing has a well-earned reputation for handcrafting high-performance and racing propellers that consistently offer unrivaled performance. That reputation is based on more than 50 years of experience. In the mid-1970s, Mercury Hi-Performance (the precursor business to Mercury Racing) began creating custom racing propellers in its shop in Oshkosh, Wis.
When it comes to building custom high-performance catamarans, California-based builder DCB has become known for its top tier quality and for squeezing every drop of performance out of its new boats – all while offering customers a multitude of customization on every hull model it produces.
Pro anglers demand no-compromise performance every time they hit the water. When there’s money on the line, every advantage counts. Which is why more pro anglers are turning to Mercury Racing Bravo I props to maximize the speed and handling of their bass and multi-species boats.
The recent design evolution by leading builders of high-performance bass boats will leverage the performance of new four-stroke outboard motors offered by Mercury Marine and Mercury Racing. These boats are faster than ever, easier to fish, and better for the environment.
A number of boat manufacturers have responded to angler requests for larger and more stable hulls. The changes have resulted with the consoles moving forward, changing the center of gravity and weight distribution.
This is how Mercury Racing puts power to the water. Two recent test sessions with high-performance bass boats powered by the Mercury Racing 300R outboard demonstrate the performance potential of the new Mercury Racing 300HP 5-Blade CNC Cleaver propeller.
Correct engine height is critical to getting the most performance from multi-species fishing boats running a Mercury Racing propeller. Fortunately, it’s easy to adjust the engine height of most outboard-powered boats.