Due to the Amravati race being removed from F1H2o's 2019 calendar, the event in China this weekend will play host to a ‘Double Header’.
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Team Abu Dhabi’s Thani Al Qemzi is ready for one of the biggest tests of his long powerboat racing career in China this weekend as he chases his dream to win the UIM F1H2O World Championship.
It isn't a secret that the UIM F1H2o series will be moving over to 4-stroke motors in the foreseeable future and the above graphic gives an idea of how that motor will look.
Drivers and teams face a testing and intriguing Grand Prix weekend in Xiamen, China on 18-20 October with two qualifying sessions, two races and relentless schedule in 24 hours, F1H2o's Nigel Quilter reports.
With 40 points on offer the Xiamen double-header may well define the outcome of this year’s title race at one end of the points table, at the other the opportunity for a clutch of talent to turn their season’s around.
Marit Strømøy has been working out in front of a blackboard with a lengthy chalk written to-do list.
There are only 2 weeks remaining before the F1H2o double-header in China, and the determined and focused lady racer from Norway has taken to social media today.
Dubai’s F1H2o Victory Team will mount a renewed F1H20 challenge, with a brand-new line-up of drivers, Erik Stark and David Del Pin in China.
The duo will replace Italy’s Alex Carella and Emirati Ahmed Al Hameli in the two Victory boats for the remaining three rounds of the season.
F1H20 have formally announced that the calendared event at Amravati, India will not take place this year.
Team Abu Dhabi are half way towards their target of landing four major powerboat racing titles this season following Rashed Al Qemzi’s triumph in the UIM F2 World Championship.