Richard Carlton currently leads the 2019 Offshore 1 UKOPRA World Championship and needs a good result at the Cowes Torquay Cowes on Sunday, August 25th if he is going to win the title.
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Cowes will host the third and final round of the 2019 UKOPRA World Championship for Offshore Classes 3 A/B, 3X and 3N on Sunday 25th August.
After successfully competing in the Guernsey Gold Cup in June, the next stop for Windcraft Racing’s Wild Eleven will be the final UKOPRA meeting of the season at Cowes.
Jamie and Chris Owens have recently restored a 1984 Phantom hull and drove it to victory in their class in Guernsey recently.
Drew Langdon and Miles Jennings took a convincing win in Guernsey this morning, their Mercury powered Outerlimits hull, Silverline averaged 90.27 mph over the flat calm 119.58 nm course.
The Guernsey Powerboat Association will be hosting the second round of the 2019 UKOPRA Offshore championship in St Peter Port this weekend,the boats will also be competing for the Guernsey Gold Cup.
The Poole Bay 100 signaled the start of the British Offshore Powerboat racing season, and the event boasted 34 entries.
In the Offshore 1 Class, seven entrants took the start flag, the Italian team of Maurizio Schepici and Federico Montanari driving Tommy One were dominant throughout.