BPRC Race Secretary, Sally Windsor is not only one of the Event’s ‘prized assets’, she is also a part time ‘Statistic Geek’! She has worked out that; The Cowes Classic 2016 will have – 34 Boats 81 competitors 28,765 Horse
Every Cowes Torquay Cowes competitor will have a YB Tracking unit attached to their boat this Sunday. You can keep up with their speeds and positions on your computers, tablets and Smart Phones using this link. John Moore John Moore served
Hibernia Racing, headed by John Ryan will with his crew of Phillip Fitzgibbon, Denis Dillon and Jonathan Napier are the first Irish boat to ever enter the race. The Team Engineer’s include Christoff Piotr and Mark Soper from Fiat Powertrain (FPT).
Drew Langdon and Giancarlo Cangiano tested their Mercury powered Outerlimits hull – Silverline, in the West Country of England today. The Anglo / Italian pairing have teamed up in a bid to win the Cowes Torquay Cowes race next month.
The UIM Marathon C class at the Cowes Classic is going to be hotly contested this year. Two of the contender’s in class have already started to ‘ramp up’ their rivalry. Michał Galczewski, the Polish builder and Navigator of the
The British Powerboat Racing Club (BPRC) closed the doors on entries at midnight yesterday into the Cowes Classic 2016. Last weekend’s ‘deadline’ saw a flurry of activity as last minute entrants filled out entry forms and parted with cash. Vector
Our third overseas entrant into the Cowes Classic 2016 – Biretta Due from Belgium. Driver, Jean-Pierre Neels and Co-Driver Thomas Vandamme have competed in every Cowes Torquay Cowes race since 2008. Keeping the same same crew as last year, Multi-Experienced
Vee Ganjavian and Gareth Williams have entered Microlink PC, an Ilmor powered, Phantom USA – Will Smith hull. The 2012 Cowes Torquay Cowes winners averaged 68.08 mph during an exceptionally rough race. Southampton based Ganjavian, a successful entrepreneur and co-founder
Maurizio Schepici has entered his Seatek powered Metamarine hull, Tommy Racing, into the Cowes Classic 2016. Last year was his first crack at the historic race. After a duel with Vector Martini Rosso for the lead, mechanical issues set-in leaving
Sunus Ocean Racing has come from a mould that was taken from a 1982 Steve Baker / 30′ Phantom hull ‘Warlord’ in 2007. With Baker overseeing the project, the hull was stretched by 2′. Nick Gilley and Jon Fuller then