Coming into the opening round of the 2017 Australian V8 Superboats Championship there was a sense of deja-vu for the amassed fans on the hill, with the mighty #1 RAMJET Racing machine of four-time [back-to-back] champion Phonsy Mullan dominating the qualifying heats as he has done on some many occasions across recent seasons. Heading into the finals things looked very much like they’d continue down that all too familiar path, but just one person decided he’d ‘flip the script’ for the final run of the night, Tremayne Jukes bringing the big crowd to their feet in vocal applause as he
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The Australian V8 Superboats Championship will make a long awaited return to South Australia this weekend, with the Series’ maiden event at the new Keith facility as part of the popular Keith Diesel & Dirt Derby, an annual event at Keith Showgrounds that has been steadily attracting bigger and bigger crowds with each passing year. The brainchild of local farmer Glen Simpson, the Keith event was established to help the local community and the struggling agricultural show with the addition of activities like a tractor pull and the popular header (harvester) demolition derby. From a start of 500 people, the
Despite a great start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the administrative body for the sport - the...