The Asia Powerboat Association Officer of the Day, Rory Power, attended a press conference in Macau yesterday and informed the local media about the upcoming Asia Powerboat Championship event.
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After their successful inaugural race last November in Hong Kong, the Asia Powerboat Association (APA) have announced the 13 drivers that will be making the trip to Macau to compete in their next event over the weekend of May 3-5.
Mette Bjerknæs started racing 10 years ago in a Tohatsu powered mono hull, later this month she will return to her racing roots when she will be behind the wheel of a John Guille designed boat with Japanese power in Macau.
After successfully organising their inaugural race in Hong Kong last November, the Asia Powerboat Association are busy putting their next event together - In Macau.
After the success of their race weekend last November in Hong Kong, the Asia Powerboat Association are gearing up for their next event.
In May the host venue will be Macau, formerly a colony of Portugal and is now a Special Administrative Region of China.
After winning 2 heats yesterday during the inaugural Asia Powerboat Race weekend in Hong Kong, Drew Langdon faced a further 3 heats today starting from the back of a ‘Reverse Grid’.
Powerboat Racing, like any competitive sport is about winning, but surely the winner in Hong Kong this weekend was Martin Lai and his family who put on a very successful event.