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Welcome to AFJSA
Celebrating 25 Years

Two Internationally Recognised V8
Superboat Classes

Layer 7 (1)
Welcome to AFJSA
Celebrating 25 Years

Two Internationally Recognised V8
Superboat Classes

Drivers & Boats

Check out the amazing V8Superboats and their crazy drivers!

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LS Class

Group A features engines that are mildly restricted to ensure a reasonably equitable playing field for all competitors. Restricted in engine size to 412 cubic inches…
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01 LS CLASS

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Group A (400’s)

Group B features engines that are mildly restricted to ensure a reasonably equitable playing field for all competitors. Restricted in engine size to 412 cubic inches…
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02 Group A (400’s)

03
Unlimited Super boats

Group C features engines that are mildly restricted to ensure a reasonably equitable playing field for all competitors. Restricted in engine size to 412 cubic inches…
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03 Unlimited Super boats

News & Media

Eight months on, the 2021 V8 Superboats season returns to action

After an eight-month hiatus thanks to the hangover from the global pandemic, the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship returns to action at Cabarita on the north-coast of New South Wales for a double-header weekend, an event which will prove pivotal in all three championships. Leading the charge will be the thunderous Unlimited Superboat field where reigning World Champion Phonsy Mullan comes in as points leader ahead of 2019 title holder and long-time rival Slade Stanley. Stanley has been the benchmark for the sport since Mullan claimed his maiden world crown – at Cabarita – in late 2018, but last

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Flooding rains force shortened return to V8 Superboat action

Heading into Cabarita for a return to Penrite V8 Superboats action after an enforced eight-month pandemic break, there was much uncertainty over whether the event would actually take place, unprecedented weather conditions bringing a huge coastal front into the region as southern-based teams started the journey north, a front which would ultimately deliver record rainfall, forcing the cancelation and then evacuation of the circuit ahead of round five. Despite weather forecasts changing by the minute, the Australian Formula Jet Sprint Association [AFJSA] and the Tweed Valley Jet Sprint Club elected to press on with the event, with Saturday providing a

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Former World Champion calls time on V8 Superboats

After what can only be described as one of the most challenging seasons in the history of V8 Superboats, a...

Dramatic season final crowns 2021 V8 Superboat Champions

In stark contrast to the washed out round at Cabarita just four weeks prior, Spitwater Arena at Keith in regional...

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