Round 1 at Wyndham Harbour Victoria we w...
The 2017 Offshore Superboat Championship is still up for grabs in both Supercat Extreme and Supercat Outboard and it comes down to the final round of the season at Hervey Bay, Supercat Extreme Team “Maritimo Australia 12” (Tom Barry-Cotter and Steve Jellick) lead the point race but “Mega Fuels” (Chris and Brendan Frier) and “222
Round 4 at Lake Macquarie was an outstanding weekend with large crowds watching the close racing all around the lake. For the first time there were 3 races over the weekend with the Saturday pole position shootout being replaced with a race. Supercat Extreme team “Maritimo 12” dominated the weekend with 3 wins, “Mega
The OFFSHORE SUPERBOATS ARE ON LAKE MACQUARIE AGAIN ON THE 14TH AND 15TH OF OCTOBER !!! Lake Macquarie is set to host round Four of the 2017 Offshore Superboat Championships (OSC) on the 14th and 15th of October! this is going to be a huge Free Event for the people of the Hunter Region, with
A great weekend of racing at Coffs Harbour over the weekend, Teams were greated with high winds and large swell for Saturdays Pole Position Shootout and the thought of teams taking it easy in the conditions were unfounded, every point counts in this years championship. Sunday race day the winds and swell had dropped and
Rnd 1, Mackay, QLD, 15th-16th July 2017 Rnd 2, Bowen, QLD, 22nd-23rd July 2017 Rnd 3, Coffs Harbour, NSW, 26th-27th August 2017 Rnd 4, Lake Macquarie, NSW, 14th-15th October 2017 Rnd 5, Hervey Bay, QLD, 28th-29th October 2017 Rnd 6, Newcastle, NSW, 25th-26th November 2017
Offshore Superboat Championship 2016, AUS 1 and “Supercat Extreme” Winners, Maritimo Australia. Driver: Travis Thompson, Throttles: Ross “Rosco” Willaton.
As teams rolled in to Hervey Bay the 2015 championships were still up for grabs in Supercat Extreme, Supercat 600hp and the AUS 1 title. Saturdays Pole Position Shootout would see who would be on pole for Sundays 2 races, Unfortunately ‘Yellow Brick Road’ did not make on the water with a rudder issue nor
The Final round of the 2016 Offshore Superboat Championships has been run and won at beautiful Hervey Bay, The weather gods put on the sunshine and challenging water conditions. Race 1 with points still close in all the 3 classes teams would have a battle to take out their championship trophies. Supercat Extreme, ‘222 Offshore’
This weekend the Offshore Superboat Teams arrive at beautiful Hervey Bay for the final round of the 2016 season. The event had a small hiccup earlier in the year but local businesses came forward and the Hervey Bay round is as strong as ever. The dry and wet pit area is at the public boat