In what can only be described as, 'extreme conditions', an inaugural Speed Weekend organised by the Classic Offshore Powerboat Club, (COPC) under the sanction of UKOPRA was held outside of Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight yesterday.
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The 2019 British Offshore Racing season drew to a close at Cowes last weekend, however the governing body, the United Kingdom Offshore Powerboat Association, (UKOPRA) haven’t quite finished yet.
The Cowes Poole Cowes race organised by the British Powerboat Racing Club signalled the final race of the 2019 UKOPRA season.
Drew Langdon and Miles Jennings won the 2019 Cowes Torquay Cowes yesterday with an average speed of 92.87 mph and in the process won the UKOPRA Offshore 1 World Championship.
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.
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.