Penrite Australian V8 Superboat battle continues under lights in Temora Rnd#2 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboat Championships (Colin Parish Memorial) Kennards Hire Park, Lake Centenary, Temora, NSW 4 May, 2019 The opening round of the 2019 Penrite V8 Superboat Championship at Keith in South Australia delivered some fantastic racing and some unpredictable results. This weekend the field returns to Kennards Hire Park at Lake Centenary in Temora, the scene of some of the most memorable racing in the history of the sport where the field will do battle under lights across three classes, one of which will see record
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If the opening round of the 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship was spellbinding, round two was out of this world with some of the most stunning performances seen in the category in recent years in front of a supportive Temora crowd under lights. Ultimately it was local star Slade Stanley – a two-time [Group A] world champion who would go on to win in Unlimited Superboats by an incredible margin over recently crowned world title holder Phonsy Mullan, a man who has made the category his own over the last six years. Campaigning an impressive JRE Race Engines built
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