The 2019 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship came to its conclusion at the Tweed Coast Jet Sprint Club on the north-coast of New South Wales in front of a passionate vocal crowd who were treated to some of the most dramatic action of the season. Again the points leaders figured prominently, but whilst they would all go on to conclude their seasons with the coveted perpetual trophies as Australian Champions, there were some surprises, and some seriously big offs. Ultimately Slade Stanley would conclude his year with his sixth consecutive win to take his maiden Unlimited Superboat crown, whilst Kyle
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Off the back of two successful seasons of the Australian V8 Superboats Championship and a UIM-sanctioned World Series at the close of 2018, Australia’s iconic Penrite Oil have announced they will support the popular series for a third season in 2020. The relationship has proven to be successful for both entities with Penrite leveraging their involvement in a range of promotions, whilst their support has allowed V8 Superboats to expand their profile to a larger audience – an emerging ‘developmental’ LS-Class and record crowds at almost every stop an encouraging sign as the sport moves into a fourth decade. “The
Despite a great start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the administrative body for the sport - the...