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Powerboat GP Kingsbury

British Powerboat Racers this weekend (2/3 July) head to Kingsbury Water Park in Warwickshire for the third Grand Prix of the 2016 season. 40 of Britain’s top Powerboat racers from all over the United Kingdom are set to kick it up a gear for rounds five and six of the RYA Powerboat GP British Championship. Following an exhilarating competition at the Lancashire Grand Prix at the end of May, competitors have enjoyed a 4 week break allowing them vital testing time as we head into the half way point in the season. Five of the six championship fleets will be back inaction this weekend and with only a couple of championship places separating the top boats there’s everything still to play for and this will lead to a very highly contested weekend of racing at Kingsbury. In the GT30 class…

Jelf Racing Team primed for Powerboat GP Lancashire Grand Prix

The Jelf Racing Team are primed to continue their battle in the 2016 Powerboat GP British RYA Championship over the May Bank Holiday (28/29 May) as the series heads to St Helens for the Lancashire Grand Prix. The team already lead the way in two of the seven Powerboat GP Championship classes, with Colin Jelf showing the way in the F2 Catamaran Class and son Ben Jelf reaffirming his top spot in the GT30 class, they will be looking to maintain their top spots in both these classes and will also launch attacks on the top spots in the GT15 and F4 classes. Junior driver’s Jonathan Brewer and George Elmore currently sit in third and fourth position in the GT15 class respectively and despite strong performances at the Lowestoft GP at the beginning of the month are disappointed not to…

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