Griffith is to V8 Superboats what Bathurst is to Supercars – it’s unforgiving, it’s tight and it’s not for the feint of heart. Many a V8 Superboat has traveled to Lake Wyangan and never returned, one reason why the very name of the circuit strikes fear into so many – the very same reason the venue is always packed, especially under lights as darkness descends. This year will be no different, especially as the title race has become the most hotly contested battle in recent years, both Unlimited Class – which has been the sole domain of Victorian Phonsy Mullan
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Griffith was at its notorious best on Easter Saturday, presenting the V8 Superboat regulars with arguably the biggest challenge of the season on the tight, twisty, unforgiving Lake Wyangan layout under lights, an event that always turns up a surprise, and this year was no different. Ultimately Australia’s most successful driver claimed the top spot in the Unlimited class after an epic head-to-head battle with points leader Tremayne Jukes, Phonsy Mullan regaining the top step of the podium for the first time this season, but typically Jukes didn’t make it easy. In the 400-Class points leader Ben Hathaway was a
Despite a great start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the administrative body for the sport - the...