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					 RYA NEWSLETTER, NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2007,
    INFORMATION & REFERENCE DOCUMENT



THIS NEWSLETTER IS DEDICATED TO ALL RACING OFFICIALS AND COMPETITORS
– YOU MUST READ THIS CAREFULLY AS THERE ARE SOME IMPORTANT CHANGES

THE BEST OF BRITISH - WHAT’S HAPPENING NOW AND NEXT YEAR? Read on….

Final Results for 2007 season:

Mark Williams = F4 World Championship
Sean Barnard = OSY:400 World Championship
Colin Jelf = F2000 World Champion
Anya Colley = UIM Aquabike European Class Pro Women Ski Division
Anya Colley = Jet Sport Junior World Champion (Lake Havasu)
Lisa Barsby = Jet Sport Amateur Veteran Ski Ltd World Champion+
Lisa Barsby = Jet Sport Pro-Am Women Ski Ltd World Champion+
Jim Goodchild = Jet Sport Masters Ski Stock World Champion
James Sheppard = Powerboat P1 Evolution World Championship

                       NATIONAL CHAMPIONS AS AT 15.11.07:
CIRCUIT             NS2000 SPRINT                                 JELF COLIN
CIRCUIT             NS2000                                        STEVE FITZSIMMONS
CIRCUIT             S:850, S:850 SPRINT & F4 WORLD CHAMPION       WILLIAMS MARK
CIRCUIT             T:850 & T:850 SPRINT                          EMMERSON SIMON
CIRCUIT             J:250 & J:250 SPRINT                          MORSE BEN
CIRCUIT             OUTBOARD HYDROPLANE & 125 SPRINT              TURNER WAYNE
CIRCUIT             OUTBOARD 350 SPRINT                           EDWARDS NIGEL
CIRCUIT             OBOARD 500 SPRINT, OBOARD & W RECORD          SMITH MIKE
CIRCUIT             OSY:400 SPRINT                                SPELLER CRAIG
CIRCUIT             OSY:400                                       KNIGHTS TONY
CIRCUIT             OSY:400 WORLD CHAMPION                        BARNARD SEAN
CIRCUIT             F2000 WORLD CHAMPION                          COLIIN JELF
JET SPORT           NOVICE JUNIOR SKI                             FIELD DANIEL
JET SPORT           JUNIOR SKI                                    EDWARDS MATTHEW
JET SPORT           NOVICE SKI                                    WEBSTER PAUL
JET SPORT           SKI LIMITED                                   YOUNG JASON
                                                                  Now LEE WHEELER
JET SPORT           SKI SUPER STOCK                               was GILL SIMON (no licence)
JET SPORT           PRO FREESTYLE                                 BURGESS ANTHONY
JET SPORT           AMATEUR FREESTYLE                             WELLS SPENCER
JET SPORT           NOVICE RUNABOUT STOCK                         ROBERTS JASON
JET SPORT           RUNABOUT LIMITED, STOCK & SUPERSTOCK          BUSHELL JAMES
JET SPORT           VETERAN RUNABOUT                              BRETTLE CHRIS
JET SPORT           SPORT                                         PURKISS RAY
JET SPORT           UIM PRO WOMAN SKI DIVISION EUROPEAN CHAMP +   COLLEY ANYA
OFFSHORE            K400 DRIVER                                   WELCH TOM
OFFSHORE            K400 CO-DRIVER                                ROSE KIRSTY
OFFSHORE            E9000 & K250S EXPERIMENTAL DRIVER             SWANN JAKE
OFFSHORE            E9000 EXPERIMENTAL CO-DRIVER                  LITTLE CHRIS
OFFSHORE            OCR A DRIVER                                  WALKER MARK
OFFSHORE            OCR A CO-DRIVER                               WALKER JASON
OFFSHORE            OCR B DRIVER                                  NO CHAMPION

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 OFFSHORE                  OCR B CO-DRIVER                              NO CHAMPION
 OFFSHORE                  CLASS III 2 LITRE DRIVER                     LITTLE PETER
 OFFSHORE                  CLASS III 2 LITRE CO-DRIVER                  ARHTUR DAVE
 OFFSHORE                  RIB F1 DRIVER                                NO CHAMPION

 OFFSHORE                  RIB F1 CO-DRIVER                             NO CHAMPION
 OFFSHORE                  HONDA 225 DRIVER                             PARSONAGE GAVIN
 OFFSHORE                  HONDA 225 CO-DRIVER                          LIBBY NATHAN
 OFFSHORE                  HONDA 150 DRIVER                             COWLEY DAVID
 OFFSHORE                  HONDA 150 CO-DRIVER                          BARKSHIRE PAUL
 OFFSHORE                  V-24 DRIVER                                  SMITH CLIFF
 OFFSHORE                  V-24 CO-DRIVER                               BRIDGES MARK
 OFFSHORE                  ZAPCAT DRIVER                                PRITCHARD MIKE
 OFFSHORE                  ZAPCAT CO-DRIVER                             MINNS BARRY
 OFFSHORE                  THUNDERCAT DRIVER                            FISHER SEAN
 OFFSHORE                  THUNDERCAT CO-DRIVER                         BOSMAN BRADLEY
 OFFSHORE                  POWERBOAT P1 EVOLUTION WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP    SHEPPARD JAMES
All subject to ratification.

WORLD AND NATIONAL RECORDS 2007:
           ENDURANCE RECORDS 2007 - ROUND ANGLESEY (NEW COURSE) - WORLD
   DATE                CLASS                       DRIVER‟S NAME       NATIONALITY        MPH
4.2.07.       ENDURANCE/LONG               IAN GREENWOOD & DAVID           UK            47.885
              DISTANCE UP TO 30FT          MANNING
              Awaiting acceptance and
              approval by the UIM

           ENDURANCE RECORDS 2007 - ROUND ANGLESEY (NEW COURSE)- NATIONAL
   DATE             CLASS                          DRIVER‟S NAME       NATIONALITY        MPH
4.2.07.       ENDURANCE/LONG               IAN GREENWOOD & DAVID           UK            47.885
              DISTANCE UP TO 30FT          MANNING

           CONISTON WATER RECORDS OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2007 – WORLD VITESSE
   DATE                CLASS                          DRIVER‟S NAME    NATIONALITY        MPH
6.11.07.      ELECTRIC 48V RUNABOUT E           EMRHYS BARRELL             UK             18.80
6.11.07.      OFFSHORE - V24 E                  MARC LAMONT                UK             77.26
7.11.07.      RUNABOUT SUPERSTOCK               ALAN PICKARD               UK             80.11
              1200
8.11.07.      P1 SUPERSPORT E                   V GANJAVIAN                 UK            85.48
9.11.07.      T:850 E                           JOE OWEN                    UK            64.93


        CONISTON WATER RECORDS OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2007 – NATIONAL VITESSE
   DATE                CLASS                          DRIVER‟S NAME    NATIONALITY        MPH
6.11.07.      OFFSHORE CLASS III 2 LITRE        IAN STIRLING               UK             82.76
              EPA MONO E
6.11.07.      OUTBOARD IMMERSED                 JOHN COOKE                 UK             91.57
              PROPELLER MONOHULL
6.11.07.      RIB SPORT PROFESSIONAL            JOHN COOKE                 UK             90.15
              E
6.11.07.      SUPER CLUBMAN                     HELEN LONEY                UK            100.77
              UNLIMITED CATAMARAN E
6.11.07.      FORMULA 3000 E                    CHRIS LONEY                UK            100.70
5.11.07.      T:250                             BEN MORSE                  UK             43.70
6.11.07.      JT:250                            BEN MORSE                  UK             43.88
6.11.07.      ELECTRIC 48V E                    EMRHYS BARRELL             UK             18.80
7.11.07.      HONDA 225                         RUPERT PUGH                UK             68.24
7.11.07.      RUNABOUT SUPERSTOCK               ALAN PICKARD               UK             80.11
              1200
8.11.07.      P1 SUPERSPORT E                   V GANJAVIAN                UK             85.48
9.11.07.      T:850 E                           JOE OWEN                   UK             64.93
9.11.07.      J:250                             BEN MORSE                  UK             44.28
9.11.07.      OCR A                             JEREMY GIBSON              UK             70.00
Plus the Round Ireland National and hopefully World record of Phillip Fitzgibbon &
Michael Shanahan which they undertook on 28 August 2007.
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                            Racing into 2008

                        A message from John Puddifoot,
                          Powerboat Racing Manager:

The 2008 licence application forms have now been completed and will be sent to you shortly,
we are pleased to advise all competitors that the costs of licences have been maintained in
line with 2007 charges with an inflationary increase of 2% being applied to the 2008 costs.
The RYA are conscious of the importance of attracting brand new competitors into the sport
so for 2008 any competitor applying for a new basic licence for the first time will receive his
2008 licence free of charge. This does not apply to anyone who has taken any kind of racing
licence in the past including event licences. The RYA hopes that this will help to stimulate the
sport and provide encouragement for those entering the sport for the very first time.


2008 promises to be an exceptional year, Circuit racing are hosting the O:350 World
Championships at Stewartby in June and the RYA have agreed to assist in the funding of
new turn marks for this event. The 2008 Round Britain Offshore Race is likely to attract in
excess of 70 competitors from different nations who will pit their skills against some 2000
miles of gruelling offshore racing spread over ten days in June, the RYA will be providing
considerable back office support in this classic event which it is hoped will provide valuable
assistance to the race organisers. The RYA will also be awarding performance certificates to
all competitors that successfully complete this demanding race.


The Class 3 Offshore World Championship returns to Guernsey in September 2008 which
promises to be one of the highlights of the offshore season. The RYA is working very closely
with the race organisers and will continue to support this event in every way possible.


It is likely that F1 Circuit class will bring a round of the F1 World Championships to Cardiff in
June, this is still under discussion and the RYA will do everything possible to encourage this
top circuit class to race in the UK. We will keep you all informed on this exciting
development.


The RYA have received the 2008 calendar from the JSRA and with a new committee now in
place the season promises to be one of the busiest ever. I am meeting with Brian Lee of the
JSRA at the London Boat Show in January and will discuss ways in which the RYA can
continue to support this vital part of powerboat racing.


With 2008 racing season is only a short few months away let‟s consider how we can all help
to make it one of the best and most memorable seasons yet. It is so easy to be critical of
those who strive to support the sport frequently giving so much of their own free time in the
process. If you have a strong point of view bring it forward to any one of the RYA committees
or straight to me at the RYA and we will do everything possible to resolve the difficulty, don‟t
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hide behind some obscure web site or forum as this only tends to aggravate the issue
upsetting more people and damaging the sport in the process. We will however take a very
serious view of anyone who brings the sport into disrepute and those so taken to task can
expect tough and immediate action in 2008.


Help us to publicise your sport, we will post articles and race results as well as driver profiles
and stories but for us to help we need the stories and pictures in the first place, send us the
good news and help us to defeat those who do nothing but complain.


Insurance is one of the largest cost elements of the RYA Powerboat Racing budget and
again I am delighted to inform you that despite rising costs in this sector the RYA have
negotiated premiums for 2008 which are in line with the 2007 costs plus 2% (approx) inflation
increase. It is hoped that this will assist all clubs in keeping their costs low and thereby
promote the sport in all disciplines.


Legal costs for Powerboat Racing in 2007 exceeded £50,000 making it one of the most
expensive years for some time, not to mention a significant amount of office time and
resource being utilised.
In February the RYA will publish the new PB1 offshore rule book, this will be in a loose leaf
format designed to accept changes easily. The Circuit rule book PB2 is also being re
designed and will be produced in a similar format as soon as possible.


The RYA is the national governing body for the sport and as such will continue to provide the
support and back up required to ensure the smooth and effective running of the sport. The
team at RYA Powerboat Racing is here to help you and to ensure the sport is managed as
professionally and fairly as possible.




John Puddifoot



DRAFT CALENDARS 2008:
CIRCUIT: See Appendix at end of Newsletter

JET SPORT: See Appendix at end of Newsletter

OFFSHORE: See Appendix at end of Newsletter

UIM: go to www.uimpowerboating.com


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2008 LICENCE APPLICATION FORMS – will be posted out shortly to all existing
competitors.

OFFSHORE, JET SPORT & CIRCUIT – JUNIOR LICENCES 2008 – Licences will not be
issued by the office until a Certificate of Competence accompanies the LAF. This is all part
and parcel of the Junior Training Schemes in operation throughout the disciplines.

OFFSHORE, JETSPORT AND CIRCUIT - REMINDER TO CLUB SECRETARIES: Please
note when you over-sign a Licence Application form for a competitor you are signing to say
“I, the undersigned, certify that I know of no reason why this licence should not be issued,
and that the applicant is a member of this club/association. This application also complies to
the best of my knowledge with the rules of licence renewals.”

OFFSHORE & CIRCUIT – THIRD PARTY INSURANCE EXTENSION LETTER AND
APPROVAL TO RACE ABROAD LETTER FOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITORS – Don‟t
forget to request these if participating in an international event.

OFFSHORE, JETSPORT AND CIRCUIT - NEW MEDICAL SELF-DECLARATION FORM
(to be used in conjunction with all Events Licences). Nikki Drummond has created a new
enhanced Medical Self-Declaration Form, which must be filled in by the competitor when an
Event Licence is issued. This is to give the organisers a better insight of your medical
condition, should you require emergency treatment by a Paramedic or Doctor at the event.

OFFSHORE, JETSPORT AND CIRCUIT - NATIONAL TUE FORMS – (THERAPEUTIC
USE EXEMPTION) – It is absolutely imperative that you get your GP to fill out a TUE form if
you are taking the type of medicine that could cause a „false positive‟ on a random drugs
test. GP‟s should be directed towards the UK Sport website which provides a link to the
http://www.uksport.gov.uk/prohibited_list/

If you are racing nationally, and have filled in the TUE form the RYA automatically sends a
copy to UK Sport for their information.

OFFSHORE, JETSPORT AND CIRCUIT - INTERNATIONAL TUE FORMS –
(THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTION) – It is absolutely imperative that you get your GP to fill
out a TUE form if you are taking the type of medicine that could cause a „false positive‟ on a
random drugs test. GP‟s should be directed towards the UK Sport website which provides a
link to the http://www.uksport.gov.uk/prohibited_list/

If you are racing internationally, and have filled in the TUE form the RYA automatically sends
a copy to UK Sport and the UIM for their information who in turn sends it to WADA. It is
important to note that an International Federation does not necessarily adopt a National TUE
for a competitor moving up into international competition. The UIM Medical Panel must
decide whether they will accept it and they will also require a letter from a competitor‟s
doctor/consultant explaining when he/she first started taking the medication and why.

The RYA continues to remains vigilant in „keeping drugs out of sport”. Zero tolerance rules
OK!

OFFSHORE, JETSPORT & CIRCUIT – INSURANCE (CLUB AND OFFICIALS)
Once a club has paid their RYA insurance and administration fees for Powerboat Racing,
and the event has been approved, they are covered for:

Third Party Liability on water £5 million any one claim (once signed on)
Third Party Liability on land £10 million any one claim (once signed on)
Personal Accident & Death benefit (once signed on) (age limitations apply to this policy only)

OFFSHORE, JET SPORT & CIRCUIT – CLUB INSURANCE FOR CLUB OFFICIALS
(OUTSIDE OF RYA EVENTS). Clubs can obtain insurance through Heath Lambert on:
01384 822222 or Bishop Skinner on 0800 7838057.
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OFFSHORE, JETSPORT & CIRCUIT – INSURANCE (COMPETITORS)
These are all in force when a fully licensed competitor has signed onto a RYA approved
event:
Third Party Liability on water £5 million any one claim (once signed on)
Third Party Liability on land £10 million any one claim (once signed on)
Legal Expense cover
(No competitor to competitor cover exists, Personal Accident is strongly recommended,
along with all other optional insurances as listed on the Licence

     NEW LOOK COMPETITORS’ LICENCE – These will now be issued in red, passport
style wallets with the word “Competitor” emblazoned across the front. (Don‟t get them mixed
up with your ordinary passports!!!!!)


       RYA OFFICIALS’ ID – We are gradually creating Officials‟ and Support Personnel ID,
with passport style wallets. We would ask that any outstanding paperwork be filled out,
accompanied by passport photos and be sent to this office as soon as possible.

          DATES AND VENUES FOR IMMERSION TESTS 2008:

OSPREY: Cost £30 - Please book by telephone: 07811 959520 (Bob Reynolds), booking to
be confirmed by sending cheque in advance, made payable to “Osprey Powerboat Rescue
Team”. Send to: Bob Reynolds, 43 Lilac Grove, Rising Brook, Stafford, ST17 9ED. Note:
minimum of 3 people per session. If minimum persons are not confirmed 4 days prior to the
session, it will be cancelled and any cheques received for that session will be returned.

 VENUE: CHASE TERRACE TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, BRIDGECROSS ROAD, CHASE
                 TERRACE, BURNTWOOD, STAFFS WS7 2DB
        Saturday            January 12 2008         1 - 3 PM
        Saturday             March 15 2008          1 - 3 PM
        Saturday              April 12 2008         1 - 3 PM

                       VENUE: ST FELIX GIRLS’ SCHOOL, SOUTHWOLD
            Saturday                 23 February 2008          4 – 8 PM
            Sunday                   17 February 2008         10 – 12 AM

         VENUE: DEYES LANE SCHOOL, DEYES LANE, MAGHULL, LIVERPOOL
          Saturday             1 March 2008          3.30 PM – 6 PM

Note: Osprey to send a list of all competitors to the RYA, who undertook the test
successfully.

ANDARK: Contact Andy Goddard on 01489 581755 – location: Andark Diving &
Watersports, Lower Swanwick, Southampton, SO31 7FL
Note: Competitors must supply verification of their test (ie by submission of a copy of the Immersion
Test Certificate).




     MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS 2008: Disraeli Suite of the De Vere Royal Bath Hotel,
Bath Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 2EW - Saturday 2 February 2008 - £35 (cash) per
medical, on a first come first served basis.




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         COMMITTEE RESHUFFLES – see list of new delegates as at December 2007:

CRC = Circuit Racing Committee, Susan Keay, Chairman, Nigel Hall, EHRC delegate,
TBA, SWSC delegate, Alan Marshall, WMBRC delegate, Bill Owen, LPRC delegate, Fiona
Pascoe M2M delegate, Phil Stacey, UIM rep, John Staveley, L&OBMBC delegate, Stu
Wilkinson MPRC delegate, John Puddifoot, Powerboat Racing Manager (plus any
Technical/Safety or Class representatives the chairman chooses to ask to the meeting). .

CRC Technical Rep = Barry Turner, Safety Rep = Malcolm Curtis, Class Reps: John
Masters S:850, Ruth Morse, J:250, Stu Wilkinson, OSY:400, Bill Owen, Hydroplanes, Susan
Keay.

JSRC = Jet Sport Racing Committee, Brian Lee, Chairman, Jacquie Smith, Secretary,
Louise Hammond, Treasurer, David Wootton, Events Organiser, Garry Smith, Health &
Safety, Amanda Hart, Race Secretary, Andrea Mayne, Fund Raiser, Karen Cable, Website
Manager, Justin Hart, Lisa Barsby Press Officer, (committee comprises of technical, safety
and medical expertise).

Medical Panel = Dr Vadas (Offshore), Dr Dawes (Circuit), Dr Wilson (Circuit), Dr Jolleys (Jet
Sport), Co-optee, Dr Henderson

ORC = Offshore Racing Committee, Gary Manchester, Chairman, Jan Falkowski,
Delegate, Mike King, Chairman for Safety and Technical Group, Denise Monteith, Chairlady
of Race Administration Management Group, Brian Peedell, Delegate, Anne Robinson,
Chairlady of Clubs and Classes, Chris Strickland, Delegate, John Puddifoot, Powerboat
Racing Manager.

Offshore sub-committee - SAT = Safety & Technical, Mike King, Chairman, Glenn Baker,
Delegate, Rob Beakhust, Delegate, Jeremy Griffiths, Delegate, Terry Herring, Delegate,
John Pocknell, Delegate, Norman Taylor, Delegate, Adam Younger, Delegate

Offshore sub-committee - RAM = Race Administration Management, Denise Monteith,
Chairlady, Nikki Drummond, RYA Co-optee, Karen Harrison, Delegate, Stephanie Hall,
Delegate, Terry Herring, Delegate, Karen Waterfall, Delegate, Sheila Wright, Delegate.

Offshore sub-committee - CCM = Clubs, Classes & Media, (now divided into two), Anne
Robinson, Chairlady, plus Media & PR representative and All Club representatives.

Offshore sub-committee – MPR = Media & PR, Chris Davies, Chairman, Vahid Ganjavian,
Offshore Delegate, Alan Newton, Circuit Delegate, Jeremy Hoyland, Jet Sport Delegate

Offshore sub-committee - RA = Race Approvals, Gary Manchester, Chairman, Terry
Herring, Delegate, Denise Monteith, Delegate, John Puddifoot, Powerboat Racing Manager.

PBRC = Powerboat Racing Committee, Phil Stacey, Chairman, CRC Chairman, JSRC
Chairman, ORC Chairman, PRC Chairman, John Puddifoot, Powerboat Racing Manager,
plus 2 UIM Co-optees, John Reed & Phil Stacey plus Dr Vadas, Doctor‟s Panel Chairman,
Co-optee.

All PBRC delegates’ terms of office will terminate in the November of the year in which they
are due re-election. This is a new ruling, as follows:.
Circuit Racing Committee Chairman – Susan Keay – Nov 07. – Nov. 10.
Jet Sport Racing Committee Chairman – Brian Lee – Nov 07. – Nov 10.
Offshore Racing Committee Chairman – Gary Manchester – May 07 – Nov 10.
Powerboat Racing Committee Chairman – Phil Stacey – Nov 07 – Nov 12.
Powerboat Records Committee Chairman – Tom Crump – Nov 06 – Nov 09.

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PRC = Powerboat Records Committee, Tom Crump, Chairman, Phil Hill, Circuit Delegate,
George Sawyer, Circuit Delegate, Richard Solomon, PBRC Chairman, Mike Twigg,
Timekeeper, Mike Ward, Records Maintainer, Allison Whalley, Minute Taker, John Puddifoot,
Powerboat Racing Manager.

SAG = Safety Audit Group (newly formed to cover all disciplines of the sport) comprises:
Chris Kaye, Chairman, Annie Beakhust, Offshore delegate, Roy Clark, Circuit delegate, Alan
Pickard, Jet Sport delegate.




OCRDA = new Committee: Chairman: Bob McCarthy, Vice Chairman: Steve Oaten,
Secretary: Sharon Atlee, Treasurer: Jason Walker

CHANGE OF ADDRESS: Paddy & Betty Reilly (OCRDA officials) now reside at: 67 Turner
Street, Cliffe, Rochester, Kent, ME3 7LN

OBITUARY: It is with the deepest regret that we have to inform you of the recent untimely
death of Stuart Raven (61) Offshore Powerboat Racer. He will be sorely missed as he was
regarded as a „gentleman of the sport‟. Our sincere condolences go to his family and friends.

IMPORTANT MATTERS OR ISSUES OF NOTE:

                WEBSITE MISUSE - WORD OF WARNING – There are many competitors‟
forums on the web, and used wisely, they are a good place to air new ideas and views.
There have however been formal complaints made to this office about the content of some of
these „chat rooms‟, to the point where it was requested that the RYA Legal Department make
a ruling.

Please be advised that if you are using the web your comments are in the „public domain‟;
any defamatory remarks or statements could well fall under the laws of libel (the written
word), (slander being the spoken word). It may only be a short while before anyone allegedly
maligned may take legal action against those who have allegedly maligned them. So, please
take this as a warning to check your facts before committing to print, otherwise it could prove
a very costly legal exercise. Also bear in mind that this may also be viewed by the RYA as
“Bringing the sport into disrepute”. We are not asking for censorship, but merely request that
you write and converse with a bit more caution.



        LICENCE DOCUMENTATION CHECKS FOR 2008: We ask that all race organisers
from all disciplines check competitors‟ licences for accuracy and expiration at the beginning
of the season. It is imperative that drivers/co-drivers/riders have current paperwork
otherwise they are not insured (which is a very serious issue).

Note: All Jet Sport Winter Series Beginners‟ licences expire on the 30 April in any one year.


        LATE LICENCE & LATE CLUB RACE APPROVALS PENALTY SYSTEM – It was
agreed by the Race Administration Management Group that late licence applications hadn‟t
worked this year mainly due to not being enforced by the RYA office from the hassle of trying
to get extra payment out of competitors. The committee agreed £100 was quite costly
especially for licences on lower end of scale.

Agreed New Fine: Within 7 days of event Fast Track Fee of £50. Within 24hrs of the event,
£100. No fine for Measurement Certificates.
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Discussion then returned to consistently late Race Approvals. JP Suggested any Late Race
Approvals will receive a fine of 10% of their Insurance fee for that event. This must be paid
before the event is Approved.




           REVISION TO THE TWO TIER QUESTION SYSTEM FOR NEWCOMERS AND
UPGRADERS (RAM 5.12.07.) “Any new racer should have an oral question session with
either OOD, SO, Chief Scrutineer or Commissioner based on written test papers. Thus giving
„said official‟ the chance to use their judgement whilst talking and questioning the individual
on the rules. A test paper can be then signed off by Official and Competitor to create paper
trail.

A different paper from the 4 specimen tests sheets to then be issued for written/oral upgrade
from Provisional to National when the time arises. It is essential that Race Secretaries send a
copy of the completed question paper in to the office so the office can inform other clubs of
competitor‟s status. If a club is in any doubt whether the competitor has been tested or not
they should be orally tested again.”

This was changed to simplify the system.

CIRCUIT AND OFFSHORE NEW AND UPGRADED OFFICIALS:
Eaves Nicola          Race Secretary (Zapcats) - Approved
Fell Andy             Safety Officer Thundercats – Approved by SAT
Ferguson Pete         Safety Officer – Reinstatement pending
Jones Julie           Race Secretary (M2M) - Approved
Kendal Jenny          Timekeeper K Class Pending – application withdrawn
Little Dawn           Timekeeper K Class - Approved
Monteith Denise       Commissioner - Approved
Pocknell Julie        Race Secretary (K Class) - Approved
Robinson Sam          Commissioner - Approved
Trott Roy             OOD – awaiting VHF - pending
Welch Clare           Timekeeper K Class - Approved



          OFFSHORE, JET SPORT & CIRCUIT - PARENTAL CONSENT - A reminder that
all competitors under the age of 18 must have a parental consent form signed before taking
part in an event.


       HELMET CHECKS – continue for 2008 – Race Secretaries will be supplied with the
2008 stickers to pass to their scrutineers for use at events.

     NO DRUGS &            NO BOOZE in the sport! This is the RYA “no tolerance policy”

      RED CARD – The new management of the JSRA has decided to rescind the red card
and year‟s ban awarded to Chris Brettle earlier this year. It has however decided to issue a
Yellow Card instead which will be in place for two years (from 9.9.07. to 9.9.09.)

MINORS ASSISTING SAFETY BOAT CREWS – Clubs are informed that under no
circumstances are minors able to act as crew on board Official Safety boats at any event.
The minimum age required for Safety boat crew is 18.This does not apply to Marshal or
Marker boats ONLY Safety boats. This is in an effort to prevent a minor being traumatised
by attending a bad accident. We do however wish to encourage families to offer assistance
at Powerboat Racing events.


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        BOAT DAMAGE RECORDED ON MEASUREMENT CERTIFICATES - ORC
15.12.06. - 19/06 - Scrutineers to be reminded to record boat damage on measurement
certificates, with severely damaged boats‟ measurement certificates to be withdrawn and
returned to the RYA, and the boats remeasured. To be covered in seminar. RYA office is to
inform all Scrutineers as soon as possible via email. To be included in rules addendum
also.” This practice was reiterated by the new SAT group at their meeting on 1.8.07.

 DAMAGED BOATS - OFFSHORE AND CIRCUIT – If a boat is damaged at an event in
a racing accident – this will also need to be reported to the RYA Office, via the Incident
Report form under the section for boats.


        OFFSHORE ANNUAL CANOPY EXAMINATIONS:
ORC 15.12.06. - “18/06 – V24/508 Annual Canopy Examinations - SAT found that the
current procedure was creating difficulties in achieving this as all boats are remaining with
the same owners and receiving renewed measurement certificates annually from the RYA
without checks being undertaken. SAT suggested that, to comply with current rules, when
the renewal comes into the RYA office for processing the owner is notified this check has to
be done and this is noted on the renewed measurement certificate as outstanding. The
scrutineer could then sign the measurement form & inform the RYA office when this check
has been carried out. Measurement form to be amended to accommodate extra data &
signature. The ORC agreed. To be included in rules addendum.”

URGENT SAFETY BULLETIN –
CABLE STEERING Following the reported sudden failure of the Cable steering on the Class
3 boat C13 which resulted in both driver & navigator being hospitalised in August 2007 the
Safety & Technical Committee (SAT) have strongly recommended that all Class 3 offshore
boats with engine sizes over 90 HP be converted to hydraulic steering as matter of urgency!

Request to Class 3 Clubs
Current steering requirements for Class 3 boats appears to only be covered by PB1/E9
General Rules with no specific references in club requirements section “G” on steering!
SAT request an agreement from Class 3 that throughout 2008 they will promote this
recommendation to phase out cable steering with the objective that this becomes a
mandatory change requirement for PB1 2009.

SAT requests that Class 3 add “Steering requirements “as a specific club rule for the PB1/
2008 revision to promote to its members this concern & change requirement for 2009!

SAT requests that Class 3 boat owners with cable steering very closely examine the
condition of their steering & replace any components including the cables if there is any
doubts as to its age & /or condition.

Instruction to event Scrutineers for 2008.
Scrutineers are instructed to pay specific attention to the condition of cable steering
components on any class of offshore boats running in the 2008 season. Careful attention
must be made to cables looking out for corrosion or signs of fraying or stretching whilst
ascertaining where practicable the age of the cables used & recommend that if it is more
than 3 years old it should be replaced.

If there is any doubt to the serviceability of cable steering the scrutineer must not pass the
equipment suitable to race unless the required corrective actions have been addressed. In
the event of a dispute refer to the OOD & Safety Officer for support!

In all cases where Cable steering is fitted the senior scrutineer must examine the steering
components irrespective of a previous examination by another scrutineer.
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         ALL NATIONAL/INT’L CIRCUIT CLASSES TO HAVE MEASUREMENT
CERTIFICATES – All Circuit competitors will be required to have measurement certificates
for 2008. Some exceptions have been made in the past, but all racers must now produce a
certificate. (PBRC meeting 28.11.08.)



       OFFSHORE – CLUBS’ RADIO LICENCES - It is the responsibility of all clubs to
obtain and pay for radio licences for events from Ofcom. At no time now or in the future
would the RYA be paying for these licences, and the RYA would send an email to all clubs
reminding them of their responsibility to obtain these licences for any events that they hold


       FREE POWERBOAT RACING LICENCES FOR 2008! – Yes, you read it
correctly! The RYA has decided to grant free Powerboat Racing licences to „brand new‟
competitors to the sport for 2008. „Brand new‟ means someone who has never participated
in the sport before, either on an Event Licence or a Full Licence. It is hoped to „grow‟ the
sport by encouraging more people to participate and for them to continue racing for years to
come. This does not apply to Round Britain 2008 competitors.




                     REPORT FROM UIM & INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

What really happened at the UIM, by John Puddifoot.

Forget all the gossip and rumour – the RYA did nominate and vote for Lord Beaverbrook for
the UIM presidency, unfortunately Maxwell was “pipped to the post” by a very tight vote and
Raffaele Chuilli now presides as UIM President for the next five years.

It is anticipated to re-nominate Lord Beaverbook (should he wish), when the seat next
becomes available.

I know that a wind of change was anticipated with the new order but none as dramatic as the
hurricane that arrived in Turkey during the General Assembly week. The hotel‟s glass lifts
were smashed in the uncommon tempest and it was miraculous that no one was injured.
And they say committee meetings are dull?

Sidestepping the shards, I am pleased to report…..

Key issues discussed at the UIM General Assembly 2007:

   1. The principal issue of the 2008 UIM General Assembly was the election for a new
      president. There were six candidates standing for the position and throughout the
      conference they were all engaged in lobbying support for their candidature. The RYA
      was mandated by the PBRC to support Lord Beaverbrook nominated by Canada and
      supported by the UK. Four rounds of voting were held and on the last round the
      Italian candidate Raffaele Chiulli was successful securing one more vote than Lord
      Beaverbrook. The UK voted in accordance with the PBRC mandate throughout the
      voting process.
   2. The work concluded by Cominoff the offshore commission included the rejection of
      yet another proposal from Italy for Class3 C boats to be fitted with safety canopies,
      under current UIM rules this matter cannot be re discussed for three years. A full new
      set of International RIB racing rules was agreed and these will be included in the
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        2008 UIM Offshore rule book. A number of amendments were made to the existing
        V24 rules and again these will be included in the 2008 UIM Rule book. It was agreed
        that a UIM Technical scrutineer would be appointed to attend the Class 3C World
        Championships in Guernsey in September; he would be responsible for carrying out
        detailed diagnostic checks to competitors engines to ensure that they all comply with
        current class rules.
   3.   The Pleasure Navigation Commission debated a comprehensive set of new rules for
        the Offshore P1 classes and significant changes were made to the 2007 rules.
        Changes were agreed by the commission for the submission of new World Record
        courses; these can now be applied for at any time during the year.
   4.   The Formula Future sub Commission had a very successful meeting and it is now
        clear that the new administration of the UIM will give priority to the encouragement of
        the junior classes. A meeting of the UIM council will take place on the 19th January to
        consider this further.
   5.   The UIM suspended further discussions with the WPPA during the summer of 2007
        pending the UIM General Assembly in October, it is expected that discussions will
        resume early in 2008 however little or no co operation appears to be forthcoming
        from the WPPA. The F1 circuit class who had indicated in 2007 that they would join
        the WPPA have now signed a long term agreement with the UIM thus securing
        stability in this very important sector. The WPPA are therefore primarily engaged in
        running the Offshore Class One together with some involvement with local racing in
        the Dubai region. The RYA firmly believes that there is only room for one International
        Governing body and therefore continue to fully support the UIM. If no agreement
        between the UIM and the WPPA is forthcoming the RYA will not sanction the running
        of any WPPA events in UK waters and will cease to licence those competitors who
        participate in WPPA events.
   6.   Some interesting new developments in the design of helmets were discussed by
        Cominsafe the safety commission, this information has been passed to RYA safety
        committees and we await their comments.


U I M REPORT BY PHIL STACEY- COMINSPORT General Assembly Antayla, Turkey.
5 – 11 November 2007.

“I attended many Commission meetings obviously including Cominsport with its first meeting
and the second meeting with Cominsafe/Comintech lasted more than 13 hours. Time mostly
sent on proposals and prolonged arguments. Thundercats/10 year cockpit rules etc.

 For us in UK, probably a “mixed” bag.
All the relevant Water Festival rules passed.
Problems with class OSY 400.
Although we managed to get the UIM OSY speed record frozen (with immediate effect 8th
November 2007), the proposal to include only the total weight (Boat & Driver) at the
existing 180kgs passed, not without a desperate fight.
Also after some very personal disagreements within Cominsport and in the Open Forum and
General Assembly they managed to rest control from the 10 year cockpit rule passed last
year.
We have to live with this at the moment and ensure some boats are „registered‟ within the
UIM during the rest of this year 2007. [Apparently the SL90 Hellcat boat is not 2007
registered!!!]
A rule virtually just confirmed construction of the Hydro sides, only the description itemised
with minimum measurements slightly reduced.[await actual wording!]
The minimum price for destroying race buoys was set at ridiculous high price of 400 Euros.
(Input from F1 & F2).

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Despite passionate arguments the UIM Council refused to officially recognise the Title
Thundercat Racing for class 750. We understand that it may be used without repercussions.
UIM confirmed World 350 at Stewartby with the agreed addition of FR1000 Titled Race.

Of course the main attraction of the whole week was the election of a new UIM
President. When I say that, with 6 candidates and 38 voting countries and it took about 4
hours, it was full of intrigue, accusations, politics etc.
Our supported candidate was very successful in achieving one of the last 2, with that first
ballot head to head produced 19 – 19 with Italian. Consultation of the rule books and bye
laws and another vote finally made the Italian Rafaelle Chiulli the new UIM President. 20
to 18 {ie one single vote!}

Within Cominsport the Hydroplane Working Group was re-confirmed as a “working group”
and with the new proposals, we will be able to enhance the “Water Festival” concept.
 It was proposed to again hold a meeting in Berlin during February 2008, to be announced
with greater preparation by everyone, chaired by Phil Stacey with agenda details etc to be
circulated.

Some important proposals regarding stronger representation.
The Cominsport Hydroplane working group now consists of Phil Stacey, Erwin Lang,
Giacomo Borgonovi, Susan Keay (F500Rep) with Pelle Larson if new commitments permit.
We want two from outside Cominsport members and suggest Steve Richardson will join
other possible candidates to be elected at this meeting. They will be able to attend any
Cominsport meeting, mid term or General Assembly. (No Financial assistance available
sorry!!)

Bullet points:
[1] Raffaele Chuili as UIM President.
[2] OSY 400 record frozen
[3] Lady Arran 1989 electric boat record frozen.
[4] Hydroplane cockpit sides defined more clearly. Now all Hydro classes.
[5] Pickle forks on hydro defined. [clearer??]
[6] Thundercat name refused for P.750 class.
[7] World O:350 and a round of Formula R1000 confirmed for UK 2008. [Stewartby]
[8] Boat weight SL90 reduced to 400kgs.
[9] Hydroplane working group meeting in Berlin 2008 {see above}
[10] Riding on the initial success of SL60, a promoter is using it as a “one design” ..
class and arranging a series. Was to be called Formula 4. Impossible!! NO UIM sanction.
Possible Mercury Formula 60.
[11] Yellow cards to be driver specific, instead of by classes.
[12] Proposed penalties to be confirmed for Poland. Ref: World O:350 in Warsaw .
Now some bad news.
[13] Our 10 year cockpit rule has been attacked and the new rule permits the introduction of
specific changes. Wait for the rule detail.

I will try to answer any questions. Preferably Email - Phil.Stacey”


SK reported that it had been agreed that the S2000/F2 classes would run to UIM rules to
avoid conflict with national rules.




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WHERE TO BUY POWERBOAT RACING EQUIPMENT - Useful websites:
www.demon-tweeks.co.uk www.tigerperformance.com www.vortex-racing.co.uk

The RYA does not seek to recommend any particular equipment. Any purchase remains the
responsibility of the buyer. Go to the website for the latest safety specifications. www.rya.org.uk


                   RACE ENGINES
Contact Mike Ward on 01502 731195 or email mike@yamato.ndo.co.uk or you can visit our
website at www.yamato.ndo.co.uk which contains the latest news and results regarding
OSY.400 racing and the availability of motors and parts.

       CIRCUIT - TEAM POWERBOATING (LTD) – Charlotte Hughes, Team Powerboating
Ltd., 115 Belt Road, Hednesford, Staffordshire WS12 4JJ. Tel: 0870 752 4799, email:
teampowerboating@fsmail.net, web: www.teampowerboating.co.uk. Charlotte‟s mobile:
07791 916811, Rita Kirkham (Secretary) mobile: 07969 122210. For current race/training
days, check the website.

      CHECK OUT THE BLUEBIRD ALBUM! (for that special present)
Donald Campbell and the Bluebirds - 40 years on
Donald Campbell was the first and remains the only person ever to have set both land and
water speed records in the same year. Son of Sir Malcolm Campbell who held several speed
records in the 1920's and 30's, Donald began his own attempts in 1949, aided by his father's
engineer Leo Villa. Between 1955 and 1964 he set no less than seven water speed records
in the jet-powered hydroplane - Bluebird K7 - he had developed peaking at 276.33 mph on
31st December 1964. Meanwhile he has also built Bluebird CN7, a turbine-powered four
wheel "car" in which he set a new world land speed record of 403.1 mph (17 July 1964).
Tragically he died on Coniston Water on January 4th 1967 in a much-modified K7, during a
further attempt on the water speed record. In his first run he had achieved 297.6 mph, and
his speed on the second run peaked at over 320 mph, before Bluebird flipped over and broke
in half killing him instantly.

Leo Villa's Bluebird Album by David De Lara
All previous books about the Campbells and their Bluebirds have been in black and white,
using press photography of the time. Uniquely this book uses colour photos taken by the key
man who was closest to the Bluebird saga, Chief Engineer Leo Villa. Many are in 3-D
(viewing glasses included) the product of a Stereo Realist camera given to Villa by Campbell;
As you read, it is impossible not to be awed by the sheer determination and achievements -
he just didn't and wouldn't give up. 256 pages, hardback. No self-respecting powerboat driver
or engineer should be without this!

What the reviews said:
Classic and Sportscar: "There have been far more painstakingly detailed accounts of the
Bluebird story, but none so personal: these pictures tell the story better than any number of
words ever could. Simply Beautiful." "Classic Boat: "As a book, it is the closest you‟ll find to
a time machine. The author should be congratulated on seeing this monumental project
through, and sharing the results with us, and what both de Lara has done, is create a window
to another era. It is truly superb." Motorsport: "An involving and fresh look at the K7 and CN7
record attempts."

Price £45 - Book N° ISBN: 000-0-85184-071-X Obtainable from http://www.chaters.co.uk/
or at all good bookshops




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         WHAT TO WATCH? Try the Thundercat Worlds – It will be aired on Watersport
World.

Programmes 1-3 will have already been aired by the time you receive this newsletter.

Program 4 will be all the Highlights of the Worlds and will be screened sometime in January
at times still to be determined.


      OFFSHORE, JET SPORT & CIRCUIT – AUTOSPORT SHOW, BIRMINGHAM - 10-
13 January 2008.

    OFFSHORE, JET SPORT & CIRCUIT - LONDON BOAT SHOW – CHANGE OF
DATES – The London Boat Show, will be held later than usual in 2008, it will run from 11-20
January.



       RYA POWERBOAT AWARDS CEREMONY – Saturday 2 February 2008 in the De
Vere Suite of the Royal Bath Hotel, Bath Road, Bournemouth, Dorset. If you want a ticket,
please telephone the office on 02380 604240 and we will put you on the “first come, first
served waiting list”. The more the merrier, but they are going fast!


        BRASS MONKEY BASIC POWERBOAT RACING EVENT – Hosted by the RMYC
(Royal Motor Yacht Club), will be on Saturday 2 February 2008 (can be viewed from hotel
grounds). Telephone Hazel Cox for an entry form and details: 01425 276003.

F1 INTERNATIONAL – Nicolo San Germano – It looks likely that Nicolo will bring his
Powerboat Racing circus to town! Cardiff will be the host venue for the F1 event on June 14-
15 2008 – this is the third major international Circuit event to come to UK next season!


       OFFSHORE ROUND BRITAIN RACE 21-30 JUNE 2008 – Important memo to ALL
entrants in the 2008 Round Britain Offshore Powerboat Race.

The RYA fully endorses and supports the 2008 Round Britain Offshore Powerboat Race and
recognises it as a very important feature in the offshore powerboat calendar. Following a
very positive meeting between the RYA and the race organisers on Wednesday 19th
December, the RYA are extremely pleased to note that the Cowes Organising Committee Ltd
have given the financial guarantee below to all competitors concerning the security of their
entry fees. This very positive initiative should help to remove certain concerns recently
expressed by some competitors and thereby encourage more teams to fully commit to this
unique, exciting and challenging race. The RYA would however remind all competitors that
the financial administration and management of this event remains the sole responsibility of
the Cowes Organising Committee Ltd.”

John Puddifoot - RYA Powerboat Manager

Extract from the latest Entry Fee Information Page on the RBO website:

“Neither the £500 deposit nor the final entry fee will be re- funded, except in the
following circumstances:

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In the event of the death of a direct family member of a competitor resulting in the
withdrawal of the boat from the Event the Cowes Organising Committee Ltd will refund the
Entry Fee, or part thereof, as below.
Cancellation of the race. Without sponsorship, ultimately all the entry money for the Round
Britain 2008 will be used to stage and run the race. However, should the race be cancelled
for any reason before the 1st May 2008 the following refund policy regarding your paid entry
fee money to date will apply. The following does not apply to your £500 Deposit which is
NOT refundable.

100% of fees paid will be refunded up to 1st February 2008
80% of fees paid will be refunded up to 1st March 2008
60% of fees paid will be refunded up to 1st April 2008
No refund after 1st May 2008.
No further entries will be accepted after the 1st April 2008 deadline.
We do not anticipate cancelling this race at any time!”


       ROUND BRITAIN POWERBOAT RACE 2008 – LICENSING CRITERIA AS AT
3/1/2008:

Under the RYA/UIM Rules, all licences must be of international status.
The RYA/ORC will be responsible for ratifying the British licences for endurance racing.
Foreign competitors must obtain and produce a written endorsement from their National
Authority of their seamanship qualification to take part in this long distance endurance event.
1) Each team must have 2 full international licence holders on board for each leg of the
   race.
   Additional crew – not in control of the boat:
   International Event Licences will be issued to individuals who want to participate in either
   single race legs or multiple race legs but who declare that they are participating as
   passengers with no control over the boat.
2) International endurance licences will be accepted.
3) The RYA‟s 2008 Licence Application Form (LAF) has full International Licence and
   International Event Licence categories for this event only.
   http://www.rya.org.uk/Activities/PowerboatRacing/competitorsinfo/offshore/offshoreformsforcompe
   titors.htm

4) Full racing medicals are required by all competitors taking an International Licence and
   for those taking an International Event Licence covering all race legs. International Event
   licences may also be issued for single one leg participation subject to medical self
   declarations being completed satisfactorily and checked as acceptable by the Event
   Medical Officer.
Round Britain International Licence – must be purchased direct from the RYA with the
Licence Application Medical form being completed.
Intl Event Licence – all legs = must be purchased direct from the RYA with the Licence
Application Medical form being completed.
Intl Event Licence - single legs = can be purchased direct from Race Control with a
Medical Self Declaration form being completed to the satisfaction of the Event Medical
Officer.
Prices: Special International Licence = £225, Event Licence for all legs of the race = £125.
Event Licence for single leg of the race = £60.
5) Applications from competitors who have taken part in the following long distance events
   will be accepted, subject to satisfactory medical examination:
        i) Round Britain 1969
        ii) Round Britain 1984
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       iii)   Round Britain/British Isles Record run
       iv)    Cowes/Torquay/Cowes
       v)     London/Monte Carlo
       vi)    Red Sea Rally 2006/7
6) All other British applicants must provide a C.V. of boating experience which will be
   assessed by the RYA for seamanship ability. This C.V. must demonstrate practical
   experience and theoretical knowledge to a minimum RYA qualification or military
   equivalent of: Day Skipper – or Coastal Skipper – or Yachtmaster – or – Advanced
   Powerboat (not Powerboat Level 2 on its own). As part of this assessment it may
   be necessary for the applicant to attend a practical evaluation session conducted
   by the RYA. A C.V. template will be available on the Round Britain website.
   Please note: The Applications and C.V.’s must be submitted to the RYA by 1st March
   2008 to allow time for assessment and any training which is deemed necessary.
7) Any applicant whose C.V. is deemed doubtful will be offered the necessary training at
   cost.

SEA SURVIVAL CERTIFICATE:
There must be one crew on board for each leg who has been certificated as having passed a
Sea Survival Course. This one day course is available through the RYA.

V24 EUROS – It is hoped that there will be the final round of the V24 Europeans in UK
over the weekend of August 24 – awaiting sanction by the UIM – more details to follow later.
The V24 Powerboat Club intends to host this event.



     CIRCUIT 0:350 WORLDS & ROUND OF THE FR:1000 2008 – This will now be taking
place at Stewartby Lake, Bedfordshire, on June 21-22 2008. Confirmed to UIM. Contact:
John Tassell 07930 268151




                  OFFSHORE 2008 – CLASS III 2 LITRE WORLDS,1-8 SEPTEMBER
The Union Internationale Motonautique and the Royal Yachting Association have kindly
sanctioned the World Championship to take place in Guernsey, Channel Islands in
September 2008 – organising club ORDA. The RYA says….. “It is great to see Guernsey
hosting powerboat racing again.”

AND FINALLY……….. Have a very Happy New Year!

 No JP, that‟s for the
 ejector seat!




John, Sheila & Nikki

The Powerboat Racing Crew at HQ


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APPENDICES:




                               WINTER SERIES
              ROUND                      RACE DAY
                1                                24 February

                2                                 16 March

                3                                   6 April

                4                                  19 April




                        BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS


                             SUMMER SERIES
              ROUND                    RACE DAY
                1                                 24/25 May

                2                                  7/8 June

                3                             21/22 June 2008

                4                                 12/13 July

                5                                9/10 August

                6                              6/7 September
                                      Link for JSRA of GB www.jsra.co.uk
                    All dates to be confirmed and venues advised




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