Arguably the most competitive field of Jetboats anywhere in the world since the hotly contested 2018 World Series will descend on Lake Centenary in Temora for the opening round of the 2023/24 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship on September 9, two World Champions headlining the 36-boat entry that will see some of New Zealand’s best drivers come across the ditch to battle the locals for outright honours.
Australia’s own World Champion Phonsy Mullan – now a nine-time Australian Champion – will spearhead an Unlimited class defence against reigning New Zealand Champion Rob Coley. Coley is no stranger to Australian shores and has been a past round winner in Australia, but in recent years – despite getting close – he is yet to force Mullan off the top step of the podium. An off-season purchase of Mullan’s twin-turbo powerplant will see the Kiwi arrive in Australia with a range of boat and engine packages at his disposal, the goal, like Mullan – is to prepare for the next World Championship event set for New Zealand in 2025, Coley’s mission though is to defeat Mullan, the reigning title holder and current benchmark for the category.
They won’t be alone though as there has been much work going on in sheds all over the country since the close of the 2022 Championship back in March, so whilst you’d be hard pressed to bet against Mullan claiming his tenth national title, we know that you can never discount a team with their backs against the wall, and in recent seasons, that’s exactly where Mullan’s rivals have found themselves..!
The 2022 season saw another epic battle for the 400-Class crown, reigning Champion Justin Roylance eliminated early in the program after two big rollovers in subsequent rounds. That looked to be the catalyst for Jody Ely’s maiden championship title, but by mid-season a new contender had arrived in the shape of Brendan Doyle. Campaigning the new Australian-made ‘PULSE’ hull, Doyle won three consecutive rounds to put Ely on notice, the pair going head-to-head during the March final in Keith, Doyle emerging victorious after a late stumble by Ely opened the door.
Not surprisingly, there has been a mass exodus towards the new ‘PULSE’ product, Ely, Justin Roylance and Hugh Gilchrist joining Doyle in the Australian-made hull for the opening round, although it’s likely Roylance will be delayed until round two, but all of them will face a challenge that few expected, the entry of reigning World and New Zealand Champion Ollie Silverton.
Complete with a new engine package (New Zealand campaign slightly different spec engines to Australia), Silverton is expected to set the pace, giving the Australian teams a solid benchmark on which to prepare themselves for the next World titles, some expecting the void to be eye-watering, another story we can’t wait to see unfold..!
And a third New Zealand team has sent their boat across the pond to compete against the Australian teams, this time in LS-Class, Matt Hareb who finished fourth to Ollie Silverton in Group A last season, and Matt Nairn who was third in LS-Class joining forces to take on Australia’s best led by reigning Champions Bastian Mullan [2021/2022] and Kyle Elphinstone  making for three very worthy title stories as the season unfolds, the opening chapter, just a week away!
With back-to-back titles across the last two seasons, and a whitewash of the category in 2022, you’d be hard-pressed to look past Phonsy Mullan as the pre-season favourite, but even the ‘RAMJET’ driver himself is not so convinced, arguing that the title battle might be closer than expected.
Having been on the leading edge of twin-turbo development, leading to both the 2018 Unlimited Australian and World Title crowns, Mullan has changed his focus over recent seasons after the domination of Slade Stanley’s naturally-aspirated [NA] lightweight ‘Hazardous’ package that took him to the 2019 and very nearly 2021 titles.
Campaigning his self-built 583-cubic inch NA package across the last two seasons, Mullan has shifted focus to development ahead of the 2025 World Titles, and will continue to pursue the performance of his engine, jet unit and ‘PULSE’ boat (he has a second boat ready to go) package that has served him so well over the last 18-months.
Rob Coley meanwhile has gone ‘all-in’ on twin-turbo development taking delivery of Mullan’s latest twin-turbo powerplant to go down that path ahead of the next World Series, although for Coley, he now has access to a range of title-winning boat and engine combinations, whilst he also has 2016 Unlimited World Champion Glen Head in his corner working on engine development. Neither driver is getting any younger, and with Covid having impacted recent plans to stage a world title event, 2025 will be seven years since Mullan claimed the title.. So both are more than ready to give their best.
Fortunately though, they won’t be the only ones..
Two-time Australian Champion Daryl Hutton is also getting nearer to the end of his career, but his return to form in ‘Hazardous’ last season has inspired him to find some extra performance in the ‘Victorian American Imports’ ‘Stinger’, an off-season lightening the boat along with some performance tweaks will surely deliver some extra pace, but will he be able to match his old team-mate.
Showing that he was all but capable of matching Hutton last season, Chris Edmonds is campaigning the ex-Slade Stanley title winning ‘Hazardous’ alone this season, and like many of his rivals, he’s been busy in the off-season looking for extra performance from the naturally-aspirated 480-cubic inch powerplant, Phonsy Mullan and Tremayne Jukes amongst those who suggest Edmonds will be well worth watching.
Sadly Jukes will be absent from the opening round, budget constraints keeping the popular Victorian on the bank, although he will be present to assist Hugh Gilchrist’s ‘PULSE’ debut, but the popular twin-turbo ‘Maniac’ won’t be there, at least not in the short term.
Those that will, include Sam Everingham in the multiple race-winning ‘Excalibur’, Glenn Roberts in the ageing big-block powered ‘Blown Budget’ and 2018 title-holder Scott Krause in ‘KAOS’. All three will start the season in the boats they campaigned last season, but at least two of the three are looking at upgrading ahead of the end of the season with some big plans in play!
And for Tyler Finch, the second-generation driver also has big plans, and some of them will be unveiled at Temora, the ‘Loose Cannon’ team having taken delivery of a new hull in the off-season, something they are hoping will move them closer to the front of the field as the season unfolds. As to what marque that new hull is, has been a closely kept secret. Stay tuned!
Whilst the Unlimited battle will attract plenty of attention, arguably the fight of the year will come in 400-Class. After a fantastic battle for the top spot last season between champion-elect Brendan Doyle and Jody Ely, and the season prior between Ely and Justin Roylance, having the trio on the dance card for this season provides plenty of promise for fireworks, but then the narrative changed again just recently with the announcement that reigning World Champion Ollie Silverton would be joining the fray for his own assault on the Australian title.
Traditionally New Zealand has been the form guide for 400-Class (International Group A) with the exception a few years ago of Australia’s Slade Stanley, but more recently the Kiwis have raised the bar again, Silverton the current world standard providing the Australian teams with the ideal benchmark in which to gauge their favouritism ahead of the next World Series.
On form, you would expect Silverton to be the favourite, especially off the back of a dominant season at home that handed him the New Zealand Championship title, but if there’s one thing we know about this sport, is that there’s never a sure thing.. Don’t discount too that Brendan Doyle can find that little bit extra to take the fight to Silverton. Perhaps not at the start of the season, but with what promises to be a form guide for the next World Championship event (NZ 2025), there’s a lot riding on the outcome of this season, and Doyle has some great support behind him in JRE Race Engines and PULSE Race Boats.
As they say in the classics, watch this space..!
Typically though, Doyle’s rivals have not been resting. Despite at one stage both Roylance and Ely considering retirement, both will start the new season with brand new ‘PULSE’ hulls in which to take the fight to Doyle.
Ely last season fell agonisingly short of his own national title, something many felt the popular Victorian deserved, but just two corners from home during the season final, a marginally wider exit on a single corner saw the ‘Rampage’ boat just grab the bank paving the way for Doyle’s maiden title.
On pace Ely was capable of matching his rival, and with a fresh engine and a new boat, things could get very interesting, whilst Roylance was the form driver of 2021, and despite two big offs in subsequent rounds last season, he is back and looking for a return to the top step of the podium, although a late setback with his new package will see him sidelined for the opening round.
The new packages though don’t stop there..
Long-time competitor Hugh Gilchrist will also campaign a new ‘PULSE’ hull, and with a revised JRE engine and coaching from Tremayne Jukes, his performance will no doubt see him start to apply pressure to the podium as the season progresses, whilst reigning AUS#3 Danny Knappick returns with the new ‘Sprintec’ he took delivery of at the penultimate round last season, whilst he too will enjoya big step up in engine performance.
And they won’t be the only ones.. Noel Verning in his second season in the sport has graduated from the LS-Class to 400-Class and despite a hurried effort to put him in the field for the 2022 season finale at Keith, he comes into Temora fully prepared with a hot new JRE powerplant for the new season, and he will be keen to take the fight to the established stars across the six-round season.
And whilst he won’t have a new package, Simon Doyle will be sporting a new look in ‘The Girlfriend’ which has progressed into ‘The Mistress’, the reigning title holder’s older brother also sporting a new paint scheme to delineate his 400-Class entry from the bright blue of ‘The Girlfriend’ team, although the two brothers will be pitted together and enjoy the resources of both JRE and PULSE for which Simon’s boat was the foundation. A season in Unlimited to get the hang of the boat and engine package (he campaigned the first of the alloy-head, methanol injected 400-Class engines last season) has seen him fired up for the new season where he’s promising to put on a good show.
Add former 350-Class champion Andrew Medlicott to the entry list and you have the foundation of what promises to be a very entertaining season in 400-Class!
Like the Unlimited category, Bastian Mullan starts the LS-Class season as a firm favourite to claim a third-consecutive national title, but whilst he showed last season that he was the form driver with an unbeaten run of round victories, 2023/24 could well prove different, and the fight might not just come from outside the team.
A dramatic start to their campaign as competitors in 2021 saw some big early season moments for both Bastian Mullan and brother Nate, ultimately tempering their pace, but whilst Bastian quickly recovered to go on and claim the title in his rookie season, Nate played a more conservative approach, but by the middle of the 2022 season, with a new boat at their disposal he quickly showed a return to pace that could continue at Temora.
They won’t be alone though, the final round of the 2022 season saw the arrival of a potential new contender with Mitch Malthouse emerging as a driver to watch, the son of former race winner Matt Malthouse turned in an impressive effort at his home event in Keith to be on the podium in just his third event, but he, like the Mullans, may be faced with a tougher hurdle in 2019 champion Kyle Elphinstone.
Elphinstone showed signs of brilliance last season in his battle with Bastian Mullan, and he was the pace setter for much of the Griffith round ahead of his season ending off in the final. That incident forced an engine rebuild ahead of the new season and Elphinstone looks to have improved the performance of the ‘Blackout Racing’ machine.
As a committed competitor too he’s determined to turn the tables on the ‘RIPSHIFT’ team this season and will do whatever he can to return to the top step of the podium, although the leading Australians may have an additional team to consider this season, with yet another team coming across the Tasman, this time looking for LS-Class honours..
Having adopted the LS format that has proven so successful in Australia in recent seasons (more than half the field at Temora will be LS-Class boats), the Kiwis are keen to test themselves against Australia’s best, especially with the current moves to include LS-Class into the UIM rulebook as a World Championship category.
Matt Nairn was a regular on the LS-Class podium in New Zealand last season, and he will be joined at Temora by Matt Hareb who finished fourth in the hotly contested Group A [400-Class] category, Hareb also making the podium against the likes of Ollie Silverton, Ross Travers and Si Gibbon.
Whilst an unknown combination at this point, the pair aren’t taking part to just make up the numbers, like compatriots Coley and Silverton, they’re looking for results and could prove to be the wildcard in the field.. but!
In a pattern that has run deep across both the Unlimited and 400-Class teams, a number of LS-Class crews will be sporting new or updated packages.
Mike Hessell and Luke Walters were two of the more visible ‘characters’ of the 2022 season, the great mates developing a strong rivalry along with the resurgent Jade Atchison, but whilst ‘AirTime’ Hessell became a huge crowd pleaser, a move to Justin Roylance’s 2021 title-winning boat late in the season paving the way for a strong leap up the leaderboard this time around.
For Temora though he will be joined by Walters, the pair sharing Hessell’s ‘Borrowed Time’ after Walters suffered delays in preparing ‘The Spartan’ for the opening round – shades of Hessell B-driving Walter’s boat last season after selling his original hull.
Rodney Norton is another to arrive with a revised package, the 2022 debutante taking delivery of a hull with a strong pedigree in the sport, his ‘new’ ‘Stinger’ likely to deliver him a step up in performance despite a recent mechanical setback during a test day at Cabarita.
And whilst there are a number of absences from the LS-Class for the season opener – promising for some incredible fields across the course of the year – there are an impressive number of teams sharing the driving duties, some like Lawrie and Karen Howlett swapping seats each session from driver to navigator (New Zealanders Matt Hareb and Matt Nairn taking a similar approach), whilst Series rookies Adam Sulcs and Jodie Cottam will do the same.
For Ron and Tyler O’Day, they will again share driving duties in ‘Agro-Vation’ as will the Mullan brothers in ‘RIPSHIFT’ and the father-and-son combination of Matt and Mitch Malthouse in ‘Nood Nutz Racing’, whilst Darren Pollard will make a welcome return in ‘Disturbed Racing’ after more than a year sorting the boat package, assistance from KMC Performance’s Danny Knappick one of the determining factors in getting the project across the line.
Pollard will be joined by Jade Atchison in ‘Twisted’ whilst James Machan has also spent a great deal of the off-season updating the ‘Toxicity’ package.
And for Lance Edmonds, a season with the ‘Solid Gold’ ‘Aitchison’ saw some solid improvement across the year, something he will be looking to trade on as he looks to move further up the leaderboard this season providing yet another focal point in what promises to be an epic battle right through the field across the six-round season.
The opening round of the 2023/24 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship will be contested at Kennards Hire Park located at Temora’s Lake Centenary, on Saturday 09 September, with opening qualifying at 10:30am ahead of the finals which will begin at 4:20pm. Meanwhile a 2023/24 season preview will feature free-to-air on 7mate the same day (also debuting on Monday, September 04), check guides for details, whilst the complete 2022 season is available to view ‘on-demand’ on 7plus (search V8 Superboats).
For anyone attending the opening round, the circuit is located at Lake Centenary, 3.0-kilometres north of Temora on Barmedman Road – diagonally opposite Temora Airport. Tickets are available online or at the gate (EFTPOS available on-site).
For those of you unable to make the event, this weekend a live stream, and a range of interviews and videos will be made available via www.facebook.com/V8Superboats where results and updates will also be posted, but if you live in the area, do yourself a big favour, and drop down to Lake Centenary to take in some of the action live, you certainly won’t be disappointed!
Rnd#1 2023/24 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship
Lake Centenary, Temora, NSW
09 September, 2023
1. Phonsy Mullan/Leigh Stewart (RAMJET)
08. Chris Edmonds/Ange Edmonds (Hazardous)
28. Daryl Hutton/Mick Parry (Victorian American Imports)
32. Tyler Finch/Jarrod Ballard (Loose Cannon)
37. Scott Krause/Rachel Parsons (KAOS)
41. Sam Everingham/Zoe Loupatatzis (Excalibur)
111. Rob Coley/Scott Munro (Poison Ivy)
888. Glenn Roberts/Jasmine Galambos (Blown Budget)
400-CLASS (GROUP A)
1. Brendan Doyle/Holly Small (The Girlfriend)
2. Jody Ely/Brooke Tanner (Rampage)
6. Andrew Medlicott/Jason Anderson (Gone Nutz)
31. Ollie Silverton/Jess Sit (PSP Racing)
45. Danny Knappick/Cliff Bamford (Tuff N Up)
99. Simon Doyle/Cael White (The Mistress)
269. Noel Verning/Nathan Garrett (Quiet Time)
863. Hugh Gilchrist/Narelle Pellow-Djukic (Mattrix)
1A. Bastian Mullan/Tahleah Mullan (RIPSHIFT)
1B. Nate Mullan/Cain Wallace (RIPSHIFT)
14A. Lawrie Howlett/Karen Howlett (Drop Bear)
14B. Karen Howlett/Lawrie Howlett (Drop Bear)
22A[NZ]. Matthew Hareb/Matthew Nairn (Moist As)
22B[NZ]. Matthew Nairn/Matthew Hareb (Moist As)
29A. Ron O’Day/Paris O’Day (Agro-Vation)
29B. Tyler O’Day/Todd McDowell (Agro-Vation)
69A. Matt Malthouse/Leighton Collins (Nood Nutz Racing)
69B. Mitch Malthouse/Harrison Collins (Nood Nutz Racing)
77. Darren Pollard/Steve Muhvich (Disturbed Racing)
199A. Adam Sulcs/Jodie Cottam (Steady Eddie)
199B. Jodie Cottam/Adam Sulcs (Steady Eddie)
212. Lance Edmonds/Peter Sendy (Solid Gold)
219. Kyle Elphinstone/Jacob Bellamy (Blackout Racing)
267. Rodney Norton/Pam Moran (Crackers)
370A. Luke Walters/Matty Bruinsma (Borrowed Time)
370B. Mike Hessell/Shaun White (Borrowed Time)
777. Jade Atchison/Erin Kearney (Twisted)
7777. James Machan/Louis Borg (Toxicity)
Saturday, 09 September, 2023;
10:00am – Gates Open (practice laps commence)
10:30am – Qualifying #1 (70-minutes)
11:40am – Qualifying #2 (70-minutes)
12:50pm – Qualifying #3 (70-minutes)
2:00pm – Qualifying #4 (70-minutes)
3:10pm – Qualifying #5 (70-minutes)
4:20pm – Top 12 Finals (LS-Class/400-Class/Unlimited)
5:15pm – Dinner break (sunset – 60-minutes)
6:15pm – Top 6 Final (LS-Class/400-Class/Unlimited)
7:00pm – FINALS (LS-Class/400-Class/Unlimited)
V8 Superboats and Temora – HISTORY
Rnd#5 2022 Australian V8 Superboats Championship presented by Penrite
03 December, 2022
TOP 3 FINAL
1. 1. Phonsy Mullan/Leigh Stuart (RAMJET) – 38.701
2. 28A. Daryl Hutton/Mick Parry (Hazardous) – 39.500
3. 28B. Chris Edmonds/Jamie Maroney (Hazardous) – 40.140
400-Class (Group A)
1. 4. Brendan Doyle/Rory Doyle (PULSE) – 42.537
2. 33. Jody Ely/Nathan Pennington (Rampage) – 42.586
3. 45. Danny Knappick/Darren Tickell (Tuff’n Up) – 47.194
1. 1A. Bastian Mullan/Tahleah James (RIPSHIFT) – 41.210
2. 219. Kyle Elphinstone/Macey Roylance (Blackout Racing) – 42.243
3. 1B. Nate Mullan/Cain Wallace (RIPSHIFT) – 42.422
Rnd#4 2022 Australian V8 Superboats Championship presented by Penrite
05 November, 2022
TOP 3 FINAL
1. 1. Phonsy Mullan/Leigh Stuart (RAMJET) – 45.901
2. 28. Daryl Hutton/Mick Parry (Hazardous) – 47.066
3. 32. Tyler Finch/Jarrod Ballard (Loose Cannon) – ww
400-Class (Group A)
1. 4. Brendan Doyle/Rory Doyle (PULSE) – 52.202
2. 863. Hugh Gilchrist/Narelle Pellow-Djukic (MATTRIX) – 58.536
3. 43. Darrin Kesper/Kayle Foote (Let’s Boogie) – 63.344
1. 1A. Bastian Mullan/Tahleah James (RIPSHIFT) – 48.286
2. 69. Matt Malthouse/Leighton Collins (NoodNutz Racing) – 50.252
3. 219. Kyle Elphinstone/Jacob Bellamy (Blackout Racing) – 50.721
Rnd#2 2021 Penrite V8 Superboat Championships
01 May, 2021
TOP 3 FINAL
1. 1. Slade Stanley/Vanessa Stanley (Hazardous) – 38.107
2. 23. Phonsy Mullan/Leigh Stuart (RAMJET) – 39.729
3. 37. Scott Krause/Rachel Parsons (KAOS) – 40.438
400-Class (Group A)
1. 67. Justin Roylance/Tracey Little (Outlaw67) – 42.287
2. 33. Jody Ely/Greg Blaz (Rampage) – 42.368
3. 214. Brendan Doyle/Rory Doyle (The Girlfriend) – 43.656
1. 22A. Bastian Mullan/Amelie Kallus (Ripshift) – 43.548
2. 69A. Matt Malthouse/Leighton Collins (NoodNutz Racing) – 43.750
3. 22B. Nate Mullan/Coda Kolak (Ripshift) – DNF
Rnd#1 2020 Penrite Australian V8 Superboat Championships
Saturday, 29 February, 2020;
TOP 3 FINAL
1. 08. Slade Stanley/Vanessa Stanley (Hazardous) – 38.642
2. 37. Scott Krause/Rachel Parsons (KAOS) – 40.706
3. 28. Daryl Hutton/Mick Parry (Phoenix Lubricants) – 40.825
400-Class (Group A)
1. 67. Justin Roylance/Michelle Hodge (Outlaw67) – 43.061
2. 3. Sean Rice/Tracey Little (Cosa Nostra 2) – 43.095
3. 53. Brett Thornton/Lyn Thornton (Still Obsessed) – 44.865
1. 69B. Ben Hathaway/Lisa Oppes (NoodNutz Racing) – 42.888
2. 26. Daniel Salter/Mitchell Hade (The Hustler) – 44.262
3. 6B. Kyle Elphinstone/Rob Wells (Gone Nutz Again) – DNF
2022 Australian V8 Superboats Championships presented by Penrite – Series Points
Unlimited Superboat (after round seven of seven)
1. Phonsy Mullan (RAMJET) – 216-points, 2. Daryl Hutton (Phoenix Lubricants) – 192, 3. Scott Krause (KAOS) – 165, 4. Glenn Roberts (Blown Budget) – 162, 5. Chris Edmonds (Non-Hazardous) – 154, 6. Rob Coley (Poison Ivy) – 137, 7. Tremayne Jukes (MANIAC) – 76, 8. Simon Doyle (The Girlfriend) – 70, 9. Tyler Finch (Loose Cannon) – 60, 10. Sam Everingham (Excalibur) – 51
400-Class (Group A) (after round seven of seven)
1. Brendan Doyle (PULSE) – 210-points, 2. Jody Ely (Rampage) – 200, 3. Danny Knappick (Tuff’n Up) – 181, 4. Darrin Kesper (Let’s Boogie) – 150, 5. Hugh Gilchrist (Mattrix) – 107, 6. Justin Roylance (Outlaw67) – 81, 7. Daniel Warburton (Team Attitude) – 76, 8. Greg Harriman (Apache) – 56, 9. Paul Kelly (4Zero) – 52, 10. Kyle Elphinstone (Tuff’n’Up) – 30, 11. Tremayne Jukes (Apache) – 28, 11. Noel Verning (Quiet Time) – 28, 13. Brett Thornton (Still Obsessed) – 24
LS-Class (after round seven of seven)
1. Bastian Mullan (Ripshift) – 216-points, 2. Kyle Elphinstone (Blackout Racing) – 189, 3. Nate Mullan (Ripshift) – 180, 4. Matt Malthouse (NoodNutz Racing) – 166, 5. Tyler O’Day (Agro-Vation) – 156, 6. Paul Hill (Slicer) – 144, 7. Lawrie Howlett (Drop Bear) – 134, 8. Mike Hessell (Borrowed Time) – 114, 9. Jim Beaman (JB Racing) – 112, 10. Noel Verning (Quiet Time) – 90, 11. Luke Walters (The Spartan) – 68, 12. Ron O’Day (Agro-Vation) – 64, , 12. Jade Atchison (Twisted) – 64, 14. Rob Johnston (Almost There) – 60, 15. Lance Edmonds (Solid Gold) – 54, 16. Mitch Malthouse (NoodNutz Racing) – 46, 17. Darren Pollard (Disturbed) – 24, 18. Karen Howlett (Drop Bear) – 20, 19. Matt Riley (Toe Cutter) – 18, 20. James Machan (Twisted) – 4
2023/24 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championships
Rnd#1 – Temora, NSW – 09 September, 2023 (Colin Parish Memorial)
Rnd#2 – Keith, SA – 14 October, 2023
Rnd#3 – Tweed Coast, NSW – 04 November, 2023
Rnd#4 – Temora, NSW – 03 February, 2024
Rnd#5 – Griffith, NSW – 24 February, 2024
Rnd#6 [FINAL] – Keith, SA – 23 March, 2024
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