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Old 11-05-2010, 01:51 PM   #1
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Old 11-05-2010, 04:11 PM   #2
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And here is the video ... Yalta Grand Prix ...

On RU TUBE notice how other languages cant spell U

http://rutube.ru/tracks/3222769.html...1be773d392765a
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Grand Prix di Yalta del Grand Prix of the Sea di Yalta - Powerboat World Championship 2010 Endurance racing Evolution&Supersport

Result after 2 race

EVOLUTION
1. SNAV KITON INTERPORTO D'EUROPA - OSG RACING TEAM: LUCA FORMILLI AND GIANCARLO CANGIANO (ITALY) 40pt
2. METAMARINE FORESTI SUARDI: MARCO PENNESI AND GIAMPAOLO MONTAVOCI (ITALY)28 pt
3.FURNIBO 2B1 RACING TEAM: BENJAMIN VAN RIET AND FRANK HEMELAER (BELGIUM) 28pt
4. CRANEFIELDS WINE – SEAREX RACING TEAM: SIEGFRIED GREVE, GINO PASSCHIER AND MARK NIEMAN (GERMANY)

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UKRAINIAN SPIRIT: AARON CIANTAR (MALTA) AND VICTOR SHEMCHUK (UKRAINE)

LUCAS OIL SCANDINAVIAN OFFSHORE CHALLENGE: MICHAEL SILFVERBERG AND NIGEL HOOK (SWEDEN)

SILVERLINE RACING: MILES JENNINGS AND DREW LANGDON (ENGLAND)

CARCONNEX:NICO HUYBES AND DOUGLAS VERBANCK (BELGIUM)


SUPERSPORT
1. BAIA ATTOLINI: STEFANO ACANFORA, RENATO GUIDI,VITTORIO FOGLIA MANZILLO AND ROY CAPASSO (ITALY) 40pt
2. SPIRIT OF BELGIUM: SHELLEY LORY-LEIGH AND PATRICK HUYBREGHTS (BELGIUM)28pt
3. BIG SERGIO – AL&AL RACING TEAM: ALFREDO NUZZO AND ALFREDO AMATO (ITALY)21pt
4. JOLLY DRIVE RACING TEAM: FEDERICO MONTANARI AND ALFREDO ZANARDO (ITALY)13pt
5. SEAGULL – UKRAINIAN SPIRIT: OLEKSIY CHENDEKOV, ANDRIY LYSENKO AND DMYTRO LEBED (UKRAINE)13pt
6. KARELPIÙ – RG 87 RACING TEAM: GIUSEPPE SCHIANO COLA, ANTONIO SCHIANO DI COLA AND FRANCESCO CALÒ (ITALY)12pt

no point for

TEAM 26: DANIEL CRAMPHORN AND KIM COLLINS (ENGLAND)

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Lucas Oil retired with their new Vector, also many boats were damaged during the race such as broken props or damaged drives.
Daniel J.Cramphorn from UK "Team 26" was brought to the hospital after they made a spin-out, to fix his broken wrist...
And on top of that, a heli that was supposed to be at the races, crashed somewhere in the area with unfortrunately some victims...

As for now there still is no official wesite, so the organisation created a new FB group that can be found here;

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=115197361850528

Next stop for the races is Malta 11-13 june.
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Old 11-05-2010, 04:52 PM   #5
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[QUOTE=Ben;180971]Courtesy of 'Pepe' from powerboatracing.be

[I]OFFICIAL RESULTS:

Grand Prix di Yalta del Grand Prix of the Sea di Yalta - Powerboat World Championship 2010 Endurance racing Evolution&Supersport

Sounds like the P1 teams have got it going under a new name????!!!
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:15 PM   #6
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Sligth hi jack on the thread but if anyones going out to the Ukraine I got a few hundred marks or what ever there call left over from last year which I cant change back to sterling as its a closed currency. If anyones going over I'll give you a better rate than the travel agent!!!!!!!
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Or if anyone know where i can chnged em back that would be just as good
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Grand Prix di Yalta del Grand Prix of the Sea di Yalta - Powerboat World Championship 2010 Endurance racing Evolution&Supersport

Sounds like the P1 teams have got it going under a new name????!!!
Yes - in a nutshell Jean Marie Van Lanker is the President of the UIM committee responsible for the class, and he on behalf of the UIM and the teams has taken over the organisation of the races for which all of the teams are eternally grateful I am sure!
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Old 12-05-2010, 12:18 PM   #8
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Crainfields seems to have an excess of steps in the hull compared with the other boats. Not knowing much about boat design, or much else as it happens, but is this to give more lift at different speeds, i.e. with different amounts of hull in the water?
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That looks like a new Silverline. I can't tell from the rear angle what the hull type is. Any clues?
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Old 12-05-2010, 01:08 PM   #10
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That looks like a new Silverline. I can't tell from the rear angle what the hull type is. Any clues?
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Funnily enough the Cranefields boat and the Silverline Fountain share a substantial amount of DNA .........
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