After a strong start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats season, a season which has seen record crowds, the introduction of a global television footprint and a social media audience in the millions, the AFJSA has been forced to modify the calendar for the remainder of the season after the most recent Covid 19 outbreaks in New South Wales and Victoria. At the end of the day competing has to take a back seat to ensure everyone’s health and safety. Therefore in the best interests of the sport, we have no choice but to postpone the next round until
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Despite a great start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the administrative body for the sport – the Australian Formula Jet Sprint Association [AFJSA] – has made the difficult decision to postpone the remainder of the 2021 calendar until early 2022. Ongoing Covid-19 lockdowns, with speculation that some state borders would remain closed until early 2022, together with the logistics of organising events in advance, has left the AFJSA with no other choice than to defer, rather than cancel the 2021 season. “In reality, there’s no reason why we can’t extend the 2021 calendar into 2022,” AFJSA spokesman
Despite a great start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the administrative body for the sport - the...