//Lovett International teams up with Tapp and Redman

Lovett International teams up with Tapp and Redman

ThunderCat Racing UK will be returning to Boscombe, Dorset this weekend for Rounds 3 and 4 of the 2017 Championship.

18 boats are expected compete in 12 racing heats and a final 9 lap show down on both Saturday and Sunday!

2015 World and National Champions James Tapp and Edd Redman have come out of retirement yet again to compete in the 2017 Championship and for this event have partnered with Lovett International.

Lovett International has grown substantially over its fifteen-year history and now has five offices in the Bournemouth area, dealing in all areas of sales, lettings and property management.

They are an award-winning company who have been recognized nationally for their excellent customer-service, sales and lettings negotiation and bespoke marketing.

As a company they continue to be very active in the local community, supporting a variety of school projects, charities and non-for-profit organisations.

If you are planning to sell or let over the coming months, talking to expert agents about the real value of your home is imperative. Lovett International would be happy to help you on the journey.

Nationwide Vehicle Assistance have also partnered with the team for the whole season, a national company offering roadside assistance as well as many other services.

Tapp, a father of two and 3 time RYA British Champion said;

It’s always very exciting when partnered with a local company to encourage us onto the podium, we will also have an added spectacle this weekend as organisers have decided to include a ‘le mans’ start to the racing where teams have to run down the beach to their boat on the shoreline.

ThunderCat Racing taking place at Boscombe Beach this Saturday and Sunday between 11.30 and 16.00, 20th and 21st May.

Photo: Mike Powell

John Moore
John raced Offshore Class 3 in the 80’s & 90’s.
He served as the Cowes Torquay Cowes Event Director for 4 years, including running the 50 th Anniversary Event in 2010.
He is the Editor of powerboatracingworld.com