Season 2017 has provided arguably the best competition in the history of the Australian V8 Superboats championship, highlighted by a number of epic battles across both the Unlimited Superboat and 400-Class fields, and that action is expected to step up another gear under lights at Temora on 23 September. The championship’s second visit to the popular regional New South Wales venue also signals the penultimate round of the season, and with next to nothing separating the title contenders going into the finale on the Tweed Coast in late October, Temora’s event offers an opportunity to carry a psychological advantage into
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The 2017 Australian V8 Superboat Championships will come all the way down to the wire at the Tweed Coast Jet Sprint Club on 29 October thanks to another epic round of competition at Temora, where the title contenders failed to score enough points to put the season to rest ahead of the final event. Reigning title-holder Phonsy Mullan has effectively earned himself a fifth-consecutive Unlimited Superboat crown after claiming his second win of the season after title rival Tremayne Jukes stumbled in the second final with a rare navigational error. Mullan holds the points advantage (on season adjusted points)* heading
Despite a great start to the 2021 Penrite Australian V8 Superboats Championship, the administrative body for the sport - the...