After an outstanding start to the 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the crowd-pleasing category returns to the Tweed Coast Jet Sprint Club this week to greet the mid-point of the season, and with three national titles on the line and very little separating the contenders, fans will be treated to some of the best racing of the year.
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After an impressive start to the 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats season, the first ‘winter’ round at the Tweed Coast Jet Sprint Club’s Cabarita circuit presented even more intrigue, and some more impressive performances by Temora stars Slade Stanley, Paul Kelly and Kyle Elphinstone.
If the opening round of the 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship was spellbinding, round two was out of this world with some of the most stunning performances seen in the category in recent years in front of a supportive Temora crowd under lights.
The Penrite Australian V8 Superboat Championships received unprecedented television exposure during the 2019 season, coverage which saw the sport beamed onto television screens around the world and onto airlines flying across the globe.
The opening round of the 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship began in style at a venue widely regarded as the best in the world.
After an epic season that concluded with the Penrite UIM World Series late last year, the 2019 season gets underway at the very venue that hosted the opening round of the ‘Worlds’ to commence a seven round title race that includes no shortage of challengers across both the Unlimited, and International Group A categories.
After a successful relationship that spanned the 2018 Australian and 2018 UIM-sanctioned World Championships, iconic Australian brand Penrite Oil has announced that it will once again be the title partner of the hotly contested Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship.
After an epic battle between two champions that came all the way down to the final run of the Penrite UIM World Series, Phonsy Mullan finally claimed the one title he had been working so hard to achieve, a world championship crown, the Australian weathering the storm from 7-time world title holder Peter Caughey to become world#1.