After a three-month winter sabbatical, the Australian V8 Superboats Championship returns to action this weekend for the fifth round of the 2017 season at the Tweed Coast venue at Cabarita Beach on the far north coast of New South Wales. Things may have appeared quiet over the winter break, but many teams have been working feverishly towards the championship return, an event which promises plenty of fireworks as we come closer to the end of a season, a season which to date has turned on the best racing in the history of the sport. Competition has been tight, with mere
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After a three month sabbatical the Australian V8 Superboats returned to action at the Tweed Coast Jet Sprint Club at Cabarita Beach for the fifth round of the season on a weekend that delivered some of the most unpredictable racing of the year. Ultimately the weekend would see many of the top teams plagued by technical challenges, and in a field as close as V8 Superboats has been this season, even the slightest of hiccups can have big implications in the championship points, but whilst frustrating for the teams, the setbacks provided an added bonus for the many fans of
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