Miles Dobson and James Sheppard won the 2017 Cowes Torquay Cowes today with an average speed of 84.03 mph. The winner to Torquay, A69 – Cougar driven by Richard Carr and Steve Curtis broke on the race back to Cowes,
Veteran racers and brothers Adam and Scott Younger won the 2017 Cowes Poole Cowes race at an average speed of 73.12 mph. Their closest rival, T/T Gee driven by Ali Langdon and Lucci Levi finished 2 minutes behind them. The
2016 Cowes Torquay Cowes winners Richard Carr and Steve Curtis driving A69 – Cougar were first into Torquay this morning. They averaged an amazing 97.68 mph over the flat course, a far cry from last year when the aluminium Cougar
Richie Powers, seven times world power boat racing champion, is returning to help race the boat in which he won the 1974 championship, the Dry Martini (Cigarette 35). He will be part of the team taking part in the world’s
Dorian Griffith, Shelley Jory-Leigh and Will Stevens took a well deserved second place overall in the 2016 Cowes Torquay Cowes. The Yanmar powered Fountain hull didn’t miss a beat while giving driver / owner Griffith his first ever Cowes finish and podium.
A dream has been realised by Richard Carr, Steve Curtis and Paul Sinclair – They have won the 2016 Cowes Torquay Cowes. Photos: Chris Davies John MooreJohn Moore served as the Cowes Classic Event Director for 4 years, this included running the
An incredibly rough Cowes to Torquay race this morning totally decimated the fleet. Only 3 boats made it to the West Country, Cougar 46, Blastoff Racing and Biretta Due. Thunderstreak put in an incredible performance but sadly finished outside of
Vee Ganjavian and Gareth Williams withdrew their Ilmor powered US Phantom hull from the 2016 Cowes Torquay Cowes race this afternoon. The team experienced terminal mechanical problems in early morning testing today. John MooreJohn Moore served as the Cowes Classic
This Sunday, 4th September, will see the 56th year of Offshore Powerboat Racing at Cowes. 15 boats have signed up tackle the legendary Cowes Torquay Cowes, while an impressive entry of 20 will take on the Cowes Pooole Cowes race.
Thirty plus members of the Guernsey Powerboat Association (GPA) will be crossing the Channel this week to attend the prestigious Cowes Classic 2016 event which will be held this Sunday, 4th September. 3 of those that will be attending the Event