Heading into the first Temora event of the Penrite V8 Superboats season, local hero Scott Krause led the championship points in the Unlimited Class, with mounting pressure on the KAOS pilot to deliver a similar result at home. Unphased by the possibility of a fairy-tale result in front of his local fans and family and a resurgent ‘Frankensztain’, Krause weathered all storms to calmly deliver his third consecutive victory, and with it a consistent run through the finals that presented he and navigator Rachel Parsons the coveted Colin Parish Memorial Trophy. Whilst Krause’s ongoing domination of the Unlimited field had
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The Penrite Australian Superboats Championship rolls into Cabarita this weekend for the fourth round of the season with an epic field of entries – the biggest this year – many of whom are preparing for the forthcoming World Series in late October, with the Tweed Coast Jetsprint facility one of two venues to feature in the two round UIM-sanctioned event. All the leading Australian teams are entered for the weekend, alongside one of New Zealand’s top guns, Rob Coley, which for the fans means two days of fast edge-of-the seat racing. Temora’s Scott Krause leads the way in the Unlimited
Despite a great start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the administrative body for the sport - the...