Clark Jnr. completes SA's fleet of world race teams
14th October 2010
James Clark will be competing at Gol Gol this weekend with Little Tuff'E'Nuff. His entry into the competition means South Australia will be represented in all three classes- Formula Future, Six Litre Open & the much anticipated Unlimited Displacement. James' father Dave is unable to compete due to the U.I.M rule on open boats and so will be providing support in the pits for James as well as keeping an eye on the competition.
Jeff Stunell to represent SA in first 6 litre event of it's kind
13th October 2010 photos by Ryan Stunell
The In Excess 6 litre race team may not have been having the best luck over the past two seasons but Jeff Stunell is always keen to have a go. Combining forces with Brian Jeffrey from team 'Bondage' he will be competing in the first 6 litre competition in Australia to feature all cell boats this weekend at Gol Gol, NSW.
Rumour has it that SA's Totally X-Static is still a chance to make the World Championships this weekend having received the necessary replacement parts for the Toyota earlier than expected. Good luck to the team who are no doubt working flat out as we speak.
Totally X-Static forced to pull out of World Championships
11th October 2010 photo by Rolf Stanisch
Bob Swinburn's speedy run at Adelaide on the weekend has unfortunately resulted in engine damage sustained after a grub screw came loose in the throttle body and made it's way into the engine. Replacement parts will not arrive in time for this weekend putting the team out of contention for the World Title.
South Australia's cell boat teams eye World Championship in practice session at North Arm
11th October 2010 by Glen Laundy, photos by Rolf Stanisch
With the U.I.M Unlimited Displacement World Championship just days away our South Aussie racers took to the water on Saturday for a practice session & tune up. Representing SA will be four of our B.A.D boats and it looks like they're rearing to go and are only too eager to have a shot at beating USA's Tony Scarlata.
Proformance cell retro-fit on 'The Boss' completed
24th September 2010
Tim May is very close to testing his new look Stephens hull 'The Boss', the very first of its kind. Dean & Vince Borg from Proformance Bodyworks & Marine have done a fantastic job with the fit out & the Ferrari Red paint job is looking better than ever!
The boat will gain further agressiveness once the aerofoil is fitted to the rear of the boat. Tim will be shooting for his first ever World Title at Gol Gol next month.
Well done to everyone involved and good luck with testing.