Round two (formally round three) of the 2018 Altherm Window Systems NZ Jet Sprint Championship will be held at Shelter View track in Wanganui on the traditional date of Wednesday the 27th of December. So far the season has gone from one extreme to the other with Wanaka being cut short and Featherston being abandoned because of a drought. The drivers, especially those that didn't make it to round one, are in a competitive drought and are chomping at the bit to get back in the ...water. In Stinger Group B Paddy and Jay Haden will be looking to increase their points lead after taking the win at Wanaka. Both Kellie Minnell and Daniel “Buttercup” Reade will be trying to make sure that doesn't happen. Fowler Homes Group A points leaders Ollie Silverton and Jess Sit know that the competition will be fierce with Si Gibbon back after his crash, Neil Marshall back in his own boat, and Ross Travers all capable of a win. With Sam Newdick not having driven his 570 powered Mouthfresh Superboat before the start at Wanaka and still coming second, Peter Caughey knows that he will have to work hard to take the win at Wanganui. With the track favouring high horsepower, Rob Coley, Richard Murray, Blake Briant, and Aussie Ted Sygidus are all capable of taking the win. 41 crews have entered and the round will be run with four qualifiers, or five if time permits, then the top 9, 6, 3 Eliminations. Gates open at 11, a pit walk at 2:30 pm and racing finishing around 7.

Final showdown for 2016 lives up to expectations

Final showdown for 2016 lives up to expectations

 

The final round of the PSP New Zealand Jet Sprint Championship at Featherston over the weekend delivered on the hype as the teams across all three classes dealt with the drama of the day.

The rain throughout the night and early morning didn’t dampen the spirits or aspirations of the teams,  for a lot of them were still in the hunt for a New Zealand Title. The Featherston Club set the most technical rotation we’ve seen at the venue, compounding the pressure on the teams to get it right.

 

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Wanganui returns under lights.

 Round 5 saw the return of racing under lights for the PSP New Zealand Jet Sprint Championship at the Shelterview Jet Sprint Park on Saturday the 9th April.

Clearing weather from the previous day saw record pre sales at the venue and promised to be a very eventful round of racing. Teams from all over New Zealand turned up in numbers to contest the penultimate round of the series jostling for position heading into the final at Featherston in a weeks’ time.

 

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Championships tighten after Hastings battle.

Round 4 Hastings – 13th March 2016.

Sunday 13th March, Round 4 of The PSP New Zealand Jet Sprint Championship moved to Hastings at the Riverside Jet Track. Perfect weather saw a good sized crowd turn out to see the best in the business go to battle.

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Jetsprint track being dug in Waitara

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