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Sunday, October 07, 2018
BPBA National Series-Grand Prix & Awards 2018

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The Bermuda Power Boat Association ended their season with the 3rd race of the 3 Race Nationals Series and the Spanish Point Boat Club Grand Prix.

Following racing off the Spanish Point Boat Club the 2018 Awards were presented.

Nationals Race Results

A Class


290 points David Selley & Mathew Smith

190 points Ryan Davidge & Hayne
171 points Jody & Tony Carreiro father/son

B Class

280 points Sadune & Rickai Raynor

100 points Mark Selley & Jordan Fletcher
100 points Cleveland Maybury & Joshua Usher
90 points Shae Johnson & Esperanza Sabrado

D Class

190 points Shaki Easton/Andrew Cottingham/Shane Madeiros/Henry Talbot

100 points Shawn Butterfield & Alex Gibbs

S Class

1. Henry Talbot & Andrew Cottingham


Spanish Point Boat Club Grand Prix

A Class


1st David Selley & Mathew Smith

2nd Shaki Easton & Shane Madeiros
3rd Cleveland Maybury & Joshua Usher
4th Ryan Davidge & Hayne
5th Craig Nesbitt Sr. & Craig Nesbitt Jr.

Round the Island

Flag Honors - David Selley & Mathew Smith
(New Record)

A Class

0:55:11 Mathew Smith & David Selley

0:56:04 Shaki Easton & Shane Medeiros
0:59:40 Ryan Davidge & Richard Davidge

B Class

0:57:02 Quince Dowling & Tai Bean

1:04:35 Cleveland Maybury & Joshua Usher
1:06:30 Craig Nesbitt Sr. & Craig Nesbitt Jr.

D Class

1:05:43 Geoffrey Willoughby & MaKinday Johansen


S Class

0:40:09 Andrew Cunningham & Henry Talbot

1:10:56 Justin Renaud & Daric Seymour
Friday, September 28, 2018
Powerboat Race Called Off for Sunday
Unfortunately the weather is not cooperating to have the final Bermuda Power Boat Association Race this Sunday, September 30th.

According to the Commodore Robert Cardwell said, “The forecast calls for 22 knots from the north.”

“Racing for this Sunday and prize giving is postponed to Sunday 7th October at Spanish Point Boat Club,” concluded Cardwell.
Sunday, August 12, 2018
RUBiS Around the Island Powerboat Race 2018

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The 2018 RUBiS Around the Island Powerboat Race was held today with a fleet of 17 boats registered to race.

Four A Class boats began the race powering out of Ferry Reach heading up the North Shore before heading into Hamilton and then west around Five Star Island and then Dockyard around the head and down the South Shore before going around St. David’s head, back onto the North shore and back into the pillions and to the finish line.

David Selley and Matthew Smith dominated the race and took class honors, also setting an A Class record clocking 55:11, Shaki Easton and Shane Madeiros were second in the Class clocking 56:04.

The B Class was the largest class this year with eight boats racing through the startline, Quince Dowling and Tai Bean powered their boat to the Class Line honors stopping the clock in 57:02, Cleveland Maybury and Joshua Usher were second in 1:04:35.

Despite incurring a 9 minute penalty assessed due to incorrect start the D Class honors went to Geoffrey Willoughby and MaKinday Johansen who crossed the line in 1:05:43.

Andrew Cunningham and Henry Talbot clocked a time of 40:09 to claim the S Class honors.

2018 RUBiS Around the Island Powerboat Race Class Results:

A – Class


0:55:11 Mathew Smith & David Selley

0:56:04 Shaki Easton & Shane Medeiros
0:59:40 Ryan Davidge & Richard Davidge
DNF Jody Carreiro & Tony Carreiro

B – Class

0:57:02 Quince Dowling & Tai Bean

1:04:35 Cleveland Maybury & Joshua Usher
1:06:30 Craig Nesbitt Sr. & Craig Nesbitt Jr.
1:19:15 Esperanza Sobroda & Shae Johnson
1:26:40 John Cook & Sanchea Douglas
DNF Rodrae Wilson & Sanjay Ramatar
DNS Jordan Fletcher & Mark Selley

D – Class

1:05:43 Geoffrey Willoughby & MaKinday Johansen

DNF Shawn Butterfield & Alex Gibbs

S – Class

0: 40:09 Andrew Cunningham & Henry Talbot

1:10:56 Justin Renaud & Daric Seymour
DNF Steven Bridges & Keith Bridges


During the race Steven and Keith Bridges were involved in an accident with Keith Bridges ejected from the boat and transported to KEMH.

Reports confirmed that Keith Bridges is ok and resting comfortably in KEMH under observation.

 
 
Friday, August 10, 2018
2018 Around the Island Power Boat Entries

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The Around the Island Power Boat Race is scheduled to take place this coming Sunday August 12th with boats taking to the Ferry Reach start line at 2.00pm.

To date a total of 15 boats have registered for the race, with the B Class having 8 entries. Shaki Easton and Shane Medeiros will either power A26 or D007 on the day.

A – Class

Ryan Davidge & Richard Davidge - A16
Mathew Smith & David Selley - A29
Shaki Easton & Shane Medeiros - A26
Jody Carreiro & Tony Carreiro - A77

B – Class

Sadune Raynor & Rickai Raynor - B4
Jordan Fletcher & Mark Selley - B8
Cleveland Maybury & Joshua Usher - B9
Rodrae Wilson & Rickai Raynor - B100
Quincy Jones & Tai Bean - B441
Craig Nesbitt Sr. & Craig Nesbitt Jr. - B177
Esperanza Sobroda & Shae Johnson - B113
Darius Zuill & Taariq Butterfield - B37

D – Class

Shawn Butterfield & Alex Gibbs - D69
Shaki Easton & Shane Medeiros - D007

S – Class

Steven Bridges & Aaron Sims - S20
Andrew Cunningham & Henry Talbot - S22

There will be a staggered start as follows:

A Class: 2:00pm
B Class: 2:07pm
C Class: 2:14pm
D Class: 2:17pm
S Class: 2:20pm
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
McCallan Set to Make History

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Kim McCallan, the former Bermuda Power Boat Association Commodore, is making headlines and history.

McCallan is presently in the UK to take her position as the first Bermudian female to be the Officer of the Day from June 28th to July 31st, where she will be the overall person in charge of the International Powerboat Race Club (IPRC) Round 2 of the Marathon Class World Offshore Championship race, the Harmsworth Trophy and Round 2 of the Class 3 British Offshore Championship races.

The number of boats entered into each of the races will be announced shortly.

Whilst attending the IPRC races, McCallan will also be presenting one of the trophies and learning as much as she can from the IPRC in order to promote potential Bermuda powerboat racers and Bermuda into the International arena.
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