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Old 12-09-2010, 11:46 AM   #1
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P1 Superstock

P1 Superstock looked alive and well yesterday at Ocean Village, 15/16 boats and growing. Must be doing something right. Alan & Brian doing their usual great job making this sport grow - with the help of the P1 team of course! Great fleet of support RIB's. All quite impressive really.
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Thumbs up First times.

Was interesting for sure as it was my first trip to South Hampton and a super stock race. Managed to find the wet pits a place to watch the first heats and then a boat ride to watch the 2nd heats! Weather was even good.
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Old 13-09-2010, 09:59 PM   #3
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Just a few more pic's from Sunday

Just a few more pic's from Sunday.
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Old 14-09-2010, 08:58 AM   #4
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how are the boats turning now with the merc engine on. also seeing a pic of alan ,i found mr.noisey yesterday sat in a barn
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how are the boats turning now with the merc engine on. also seeing a pic of alan ,i found mr.noisey yesterday sat in a barn
DITTO.How do you rate the 300 as against the 225
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Are some of the boats still useing the 225 honda as in pics? How are they runnung against the 300s?.
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Yes some of the boats were running 225's still. Not sure why? As far as running against the 300's...there not! As in no comparison. The 300's lap the 225's. At least at South Hampton they did.
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