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BUDVA its first ready to host


Class 1 Grand Prix

VICTORY 1 Former Champion

Mohammed Al Marri to replace injured World Champion Arif Al Zafeen

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s the picturesque resort of Budva, one of the oldest and most historic Cities on the Adriatic Sea, prepares to host this weekends Hypo Group Montenegrin Grand Prix, round two of the 2008 Class 1 World Powerboat Championship and the first of four races for the Class 1 tour in Europe, the 2007 World and European Champions, Victory Team, has confirmed it will be forced to race without defending World Champion, Arif Saif Al Zafeen. Victory 1s, Al Zafeen, who won the opening Edox Pole Position and Grand Prix of the season in Qatar with Nadir Bin Hendi, is forced to sit out the race on medical advice after sustaining serious back injuries in a crash during a Formula 2 race in Egypt several weeks ago. But whilst the loss of Al Zafeen is a bitter blow for the team, Victory has been able to call on the services of former World and Middle East Champion, Mohammed Al Marri - a veteran of over 50 Grands Prix and with nine race wins and 26 podiums already to his credit - to step into the drivers seat. Victorys main championship rivals, Qatar, will see this enforced change as a possible opportunity to close the gap in the title race and to take their first win of the season, and although Sheikh Hassan and Steve Curtis will be running their

spare boat for a second consecutive race, a switch from Mercury V8s back to Skema V12 power-plants and considerable modifications to Qatar 96, may well give them the edge they need. Any outside challenge to Victory and Qatar in the race and to their early stranglehold on the top four positions in the championship standings, could well largely depend on the conditions that the teams will face in Budva, when they line up for the 23-lap, 94.50Nm Hypo Group Montenegrin Grand Prix. If the anticipated rough seas on the outside leg of the course around the Island of Sveti Nikola materialise, Foresti & Suardi, Negotiator and Jotun may well be amongst the challengers for podium positions. Giorgioffshores Nicola Giorgi and Giorgio Manuzzi will look to build on their very solid top six finish last time out and are confident of an improved showing when they line-up in Budva in only their second outing in their Michael Peters-designed Victory-hull, SeveneleveN, with the all new Spanish-outfit of Cirilli and Carrasco in Roscioli Hotels and Jerome Brardas American based team, Windmare Racing making their 2008 debuts this weekend.

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01 MONTAVOCI AND SELMER CONFIDENT OF STRONG


SHOWING IN MONTENEGRO
Foresti & Suardi duo, Giampaolo Montavoci and Kolbjorn Selmer have spent the last two weeks clocking up the miles testing on Italys Lake Iseo, and are confident of a strong showing this weekend. It was important that we got as many miles in as possible to be ready for Budva, said Norwegian driver, Kolbjorn Selmer. The tests went well we tried out a new steering system and a variety of different propeller and ratio settings, and although the conditions in Montenegro are likely to be rough, unlike the flat calm of the lake the tests proved a valuable exercise for us. We made a solid start in Qatar but now we are back in the number one boat we are aiming for an even stronger showing and hoping for rough seas.

05 QATAR READY TO TAKE THE FIGHT TO VICTORY


Sheikh Hassan and Steve Curtis have an improved boat for this weekends Hypo Group Montenegrin Grand Prix and are ready to take the fight to their main rivals and championship leaders, Victory 1. Matteo and his guys have put a lot of work in to upgrade the spare boat for this race and for sure we will have more performance than in Doha, said Curtis. Sheikh Hassan and Curtis were forced into their spare boat with Mercury V8s for the opening race of the season, after a crash in qualifying wrecked their race boat but in Budva they run their favoured Skema V12 power-plants. Running our V12s will make a difference but whether or not we have enough (power) to match Victory is still questionable but if we get rough seas on the outside leg we will be in good shape. The pre-race tests have gone well, said team manager and Qatar 95 throttleman, Matteo Nicolini. Steve and Luca tested for two days and the performance (of 96) is very good. We made some hull modifications and also aerodynamic ones and Steve has worked on the boat to make his own adjustments to have a boat similar to what he has been used to in 2007.

02 MOHAMMED AL MARRI BACK IN THE DRIVING SEAT


After stepping back from competitive (Class 1) racing at the end of 2006, Mohammed Al Marri is back in the drivers seat in Montenegro, replacing the injured Arif Saif Al Zafeen in Victory 1 to partner Nadir Bin Hendi. Mohammed made his Class 1 debut in 2000, finishing runner-up in the title race, going on to win the World Championship the following year with Saeed Al Tayer. He has competed in 55 Grands Prix, winning nine, finishing on the podium a further 26 times and in 2005 won the Class 1 Middle East Championship.

06 CIRILLI AND CARRASCO READY FOR


BUDVA DEBUT
Having elected to sit-out the first race of the season, Domenico Cirilli will unveil his new all-Spanish team in Budva, with Sergio Mora Carrasco making his Class 1 debut this weekend. The team will run the Victory hull that Cirilli raced in 2007 with Scam V12 power-plants under the colours of new sponsor, Roscioli Hotels. Sergio has made a very strong impression with me, said Cirilli, a veteran of over 40 Grands Prix. He has great awareness in the boat and is very comfortable, driving at speed and in all conditions. We have put in a considerable amount of time in the boat just to get used to each other and I am already convinced that we will make a strong partnership.

03 MOSCOW TO HOST RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX


The first Class 1 Grand Prix to be held in Russias capital City, heralds the return to racing of the Worlds leading powerboat series to Russian waters for the first time in nine years. This is a significant event for the championship and we are delighted to have reached this agreement with Mr Anton Dolotin, President of Moscows Royal Yacht Club and to be allowed to run our race inside Russias capital City, the largest City in Europe., said IOTA General Secretary, Marco Sala. The staging of Moscows historic first Class 1 Powerboat Grand Prix on Sunday, 6 July, round 3 of the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship, will take place on the Khimki Reservoir, one of eight artificial lakes forming part of the Moscow Canal system which was built in 1937, linking the Moscow and Volga Rivers, but the only lake that lies within Moscows city limits.

07 RUNNING REPAIRS AND UPGRADES


Ugland Offshore Racing will be looking to kick-start its title challenge and put points on the board in Budva, after technical problem in the season opener robbed Jotun off a podium finish, and the MTI, Mercury powered raceboat has spent the last few weeks in the teams workshop in Fredrikstad in Norway undergoing a major overhaul. The time we have had between races was the perfect opportunity for us to upgrade certain areas of the boat and to make key modifications that will improve her overall performance, said team manager, Per Carsten Michelsen. We have worked on the hull and made modifications to the transmission, as well as completely rewiring the boat.

04 WINDMARE RACINGS BUDVA DEBUT


Jerome Brardas American based Windmare Racing is a second outfit to make its Class 1 debut at the Hypo Group Montenegrin Grand Prix this weekend. Brarda, who made his racing debut in Europe in the eighties before moving to the USA to compete in Superboats, and the Super Cat series, confirmed that the team will run a Tencara hull powered by Mercury-Class 1, 9litre, V8 power-plants.

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Budva is one of the oldest and most historic Cities on the Adriatic Sea, and boasts some of the most beautiful coastline in the world. The coastal area the Budvanska Rivijera is the metropolis of Montenegrin tourism and well known for its sandy beaches, diverse nightlife and beautiful examples of Mediterranean architecture. Apart from the natural beauty of its bay islands and beaches, Budva is rich in historic monuments epitomised by the Monasteries of Stanjevici, Podostrog, Rezevici and Gradiste. The old town lies on a small peninsula and represents

a treasure chest of culture heritage. Crossed with narrow streets and squares are its famous buildings, the Church Sveti Trojica, housing the tomb of the writer Stjepan Mitrov Ljubisa, and the Churches of Sveti Ivan, Sveti Bogorodica and Sveti Sava. During the summer months the old town is transformed into a City Theatre with numerous performances by local artistes and shows from abroad, and offers visitors a diversity of cafs, restaurants and galleries.

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Victorys World and European Champions steal the show in Doha - Arif Al Zafeen, makes perfect start to title defence with new partner, Nadir Bin Hendi to take Edox Pole Position and Race win as Jean-Marc Sanchez guides Abdullah Al Mehairbi to podium on his Class 1 debut.

Foresti & Suardi and SeveneleveN make solid start as both grab well earned top six finishes.

Sheikh Hassan and Steve Curtis grab the headlines and bounce back after spectacular crash in qualifying to take second place.

Grand Prix Organiser QMSF relocates the Class 1 paddock and serves up a feast of spectacular and lavish entertainment.

Jotun, Qatar 95 and Negotiator all see podium finishes slip from their grasp.

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8 FORESTI & SUARDI


Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Manager: VENETA MARINA (ITALY) #8 FORESTI & SUARDI (Italy) Giampaolo Montavoci Per Jrgensen venetamarina.com

CLASS 1 WORLD POWERBOAT CHAPIONSHIP


The 2008 season looks set to be one of the most open and fiercely contested championship battles for almost a decade. Eleven boats, with competitors from England, France, Italy, Norway, Qatar, Spain, the UAE and the USA will compete in eight races across Scandinavia, Europe and the Middle East for the coveted Class 1 World title. The prospect of a spectacular seasons racing is fuelled by new teams and driver line-ups, and one of the most competed fleets to line up for many seasons. 1 VICTORY
Team: Boat: Team Owner: Managing Director: Team Manager: VICTORY TEAM (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) # 1 Victory Government of Dubai Khalfan Harib Gianfranco Venturelli

DRIVER
Kolbjorn Selmer (Norway) Date of Birth: 4 December, 1976 Place of Birth: Oslo, Norway Lives: Trondheim

THROTTLEMAN
Giampaolo Montavoci (Italy) Date of Birth: 10 December, 1959 Place of Birth: Venice, Italy Lives: Venice Victory Carbon Kevlar

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

13.02m 3.60m

Racing Weight: 4800kgs Builder: Engines: Lamborghini-SCAM 8.2litre, V12 Boat Construction:

9 WHITE
Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Manager: Technical Manager: NICOLINI OFFSHORE (Italy) # 9 WHITE Nicolini Offshore Matteo Nicolini Luca Nicolini

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DRIVER
Mohammed Al Marri (UAE) Date of Birth: 2 February 1962 Place of Birth: Dubai, U.A.E. Lives: Dubai

THROTTLEMAN
Nadir Bin Hendi (UAE) Date of Birth: 15 December, 1969 Place of Birth: Dubai, U.A.E. Lives: Dubai Builder: Boat Construction: Victory Composites

DRIVER
Mohammed Nassr Al Nassr (Qatar) Date of Birth: 1 January, 1964 Place of Birth: Doha, Qatar Lives: Doha

THROTTLEMAN
Luca Nicolini (Italy) Date of Birth: 19 April, 1962 Place of Birth: Ferrara, Italy Lives: Oggiono (LC) Builder: Boat Construction: Victory Composites

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

12.67m 3.75m

Racing Weight: Engines:

4800kgs Victory V12

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

12.69m 3.75m

Racing Weight: Engines:

4800kgs SKEMA V8

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Team: Boat: Team Owner: Managing Director: Team Manager: VICTORY TEAM (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) # 7 Victory Government of Dubai Khalfan Harib Gianfranco Venturelli Team: GIORGIOFFSHORE (ITALY) Boat: #18 SEVENELEVEN (Italy) Team Owner / Manager: Gianni Giorgi victoryteam.ae

18 SEVENELEVEN

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DRIVER
Abdullah Al Mehairbi (UAE) Date of Birth: 7 July, 1977 Place of Birth: Dubai, U.A.E. Lives: Dubai

THROTTLEMAN
Jean-Marc Sanchez (France) Date of Birth: 27 March, 1961 Place of Birth: St Tropez, France Lives: Dubai Builder: Boat Construction: Victory Composites

DRIVER
Giorgio Manuzzi (Italy) Date of Birth: 20 May, 1964 Place of Birth: Cesana, Italy Lives: Cesena

THROTTLEMAN
Nicola Giorgi (Italy) Date of Birth: 18 August, 1973 Place of Birth: Florence, Italy Lives: Montecatini Terme Builder: Boat Construction: Victory Carbon Kevlar

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

12.67m 3.75m

Racing Weight: Engines:

4800kgs Victory V12

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

14.44m 3.69m

Racing Weight: Engines:

4800kgs GIORGI L8O4V4

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21 WINDMARE
Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Manager: WINDMARE RACING (USA) #21 WINDMARE Windmare Racing Inc Constantin Capsis Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Manager:

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UGLAND OFFSHORE RACING (NORWAY) #90 JOTUN Andreas O Ugland, Jorn Tandberg, Per C Michelsen Per Carsten Michelsen uglandoffshoreracing.com

DRIVER
Jerome Brarda (France) Date of Birth: 26 April, 1964 Place of Birth: Paris, France Lives: Fort Lauderdale, USA

THROTTLEMAN
TBC

DRIVER
Bjorge (BJ) Jacobsen (Norway) Date of Birth: 14 August, 1968 Place of Birth: Freriksatd, Norway Lives: Fredrikstad

THROTTLEMAN
Jorn Tandberg (Norway) Date of Birth: 15 March, 1964 Place of Birth: Larvik, Norway Lives: Larvik Builder: Marine Technology Inc Boat Construction: Composites

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

12.80m 3.57m

Racing Weight: 4800kgs Engines: Mercury Class 1, 9.1litre V8

Builder: Boat Construction:

Tencara Composites

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

12.25m 3.47m

Racing Weight: 4800kgs Engines: Mercury Class 1, 9.1litre V8

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Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Manager: CHRIS PARSONAGE RACING (ENGLAND) #50 NEGOTIATOR (England) Chris Parsonage Jim Poole chrisparsonageracing.com Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Principal: Team Manager: TEAM QATAR (QATAR) #95 QATAR (Qatar) Qatar Marine Sports Federation (QMSF) HE Sheikh Hassan bin Jabor Al-Thani Matteo Nicolini

95 QATAR

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DRIVER
Bard Eker (Norway) Date of Birth: 3 October, 1961 Place of Birth: Frederikstad, Norway Lives: Frederikstad

THROTTLEMAN
Chris Parsonage (England) Date of Birth: 5 May, 1958 Place of Birth: Chester, England Lives: Liskeard Builder: Victory Boat Construction: Carbon Fibre Composites

DRIVER
Abdullah Al-Sulaiti (Qatar) Date of Birth: 20 August, 1975 Place of Birth: Doha, Qatar Lives: Doha

THROTTLEMAN
Matteo Nicolini (Italy) Date of Birth: 8 July, 1964 Place of Birth: Fermo, Italy Lives: Dubai Builder: Boat Construction: Victory Composites

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

13.44m 3.69m

Racing Weight: 4800kgs Engines: STERLING V8 supercharged

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

12.67m 3.75m

Racing Weight: Engines:

4800kgs Skema V12

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Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Manager: DEUMME BROKER (SPAIN) #88 ROSCIOLI HOTELS Domenico Cirilli Pippo Cascone duemme-offshore.com Team: Boat: Team Owner: Team Principal: Team Manager: TEAM QATAR (QATAR)) #96 QATAR (Qatar) Qatar Marine Sports Federation (QMSF) HE Sheikh Hassan bin Jabor Al-Thani Matteo Nicolini

96 QATAR

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DRIVER
Sergio Mora Carrasco (Spain) Date of Birth: 22 November, 1977 Place of Birth: Huelva, Spain Lives: Huelva

THROTTLEMAN
Domenico Cirilli (Spain) Date of Birth: 8 January, 1960 Place of Birth: Rome, Italy Lives: Alicante, Spain Builder: Boat Construction: Victory Carbon Kevlar

DRIVER
HE Sheikh Hassan bin Jabor Al-Thani (Qatar) Date of Birth: 20 July, 1968 Place of Birth: Doha, Qatar Lives: Doha

THROTTLEMAN
Steve Curtis (England) Date of Birth: 9 June, 1964 Place of Birth: Wimbledon, England Lives: Hythe Builder: Boat Construction: Victory Composites

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

13.02m 3.60m

Racing Weight: 4800kgs Engines: Lamborghini-SCAM 8.2litre, V12

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length: Beam:

12.67m 3.75m

Racing Weight: Engines:

4800kgs Skema V12

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TIMING

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As the official and exclusive timekeeper of the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship and the EDOX Pole Position Championship, EDOX underlines the sporting values of quest for performance, precision and pushing oneself to the limit. EDOX first became involved in Class 1 at the beginning of 2006 as an official partner of World Champions, Spirit of Norway, and Christian Hotz, EDOX Marketing Director, saw the opportunity to strengthen the companys commitment in 2007 to what he describes as a spectacular and nervetingling sport and to increase the synergy between the two brands. EDOX is a young, dynamic, privately-owned company with a product range that reflects excellence, quality, style, reliability and glamour and the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship epitomizes these values.

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The WPPA was founded on 2 December 2006, based on an agreement between Saeed Hareb and the International Offshore Team Association (IOTA) and is located in Dubai. The WPPA has reached an agreement with the UIM, under the terms of which the Association has the exclusive right to manage Class 1 powerboat racing. The WPPA is responsible for the development of this Class, for setting the Rules and for providing the Race Officials. Chairman: Saeed Hareb General Secretary: Sid Bensalah thewppa.com

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As one of the leading marina developers in the world offering a wide range of pontoons and breakwaters as well as turn-key marina solutions, Marinetek operates through its representatives and partners in over 25 countries and has been the supplier to the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship, providing its floats for the Wet Pits area since 2003. There is a perfect synergy between Class 1 and our products, said Marinetek, CEO, Ilkka Seppala. The safety and advanced technology of our products were evaluated and are highly regarded by Class 1s team of specialists.

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Founded in 1987, the International Offshore Team Association (IOTA) is the organiser and the officially sanctioned promoter and worldwide television and commercial rights holder of the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship. It represents the collective interests of all teams competing in the championship. President: HE Sheikh Hassan bin Jabor Al-Thani General Secretary: Marco Sala class-1.com

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Americas leading high-performance boat manufacturer provides the Class 1 World Powerboat Championship with two state-of-the-art, twin-engined, five-seater Nor-Tech 3600 Supercats, powered by the new CE approved Mercury 600 with NXT drives and the latest Nor-Tech stealth exhaust system. We are delighted to have teamed up with the worlds leading powerboat championship, said Trond Schou, President and owner of Nor-Tech. Nor-Tech has the most complete line of custom products of any hi-performance builder in the industry and our partnership with Class 1 will allow us to showcase our products on a worldwide stage.

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CLASS 1 WORLDPOWERBOAT CHAMPIONSHIP


after round 1 of 8 1 Victory 1 A Al Zafeen (UAE) / N Bin Hendi (UAE) 2 Qatar 96 H Al-Thani (Qatar) / S Curtis (England) 3 Victory 7 A Al Mehairbi (UAE) / JM Sanchez (France) 4 Qatar 95 A Al-Sulaiti (Qatar) / Matteo Nicolini (Italy) 5 Foresti & Suardi 8 K Selmer (Norway) / G Montavoci (Italy) 6 SeveneleveN 18 G Manuzzi (Italy) / N Giorgi (Italy) 7 Negotiator 50 B Eker (Norway) / C Parsonage (England) . Jotun 90 B Jacobsen (Norway) / J Tandberg (Norway) . White 4 M Al Nasser (Qatar) / L Nicolini (Italy) . Windmare 21 J Brarda (France) / TBC . Rosciolli Hotels 88 S Carrasco (Spain) / D Cirilli (Spain) 20 15 12 9 7 5 4 0 0 0 0

EDOX POLE POSITION CHAMPIONSHIP


after round 1 of 8 1 Victory 1 A Al Zafeen (UAE) / N Bin Hendi (UAE) 2 Qatar 96 H Al-Thani (Qatar) / S Curtis (England) 3 Qatar 95 A Al-Sulaiti (Qatar) / Matteo Nicolini (Italy) 4 Jotun 90 B Jacobsen (Norway) / J Tandberg (Norway) 5 Negotiator 50 B Eker (Norway) / C Parsonage (England) 6 White 4 M Al Nasser (Qatar) / L Nicolini (Italy) 7 Victory 7 A Al Mehairbi (UAE) / JM Sanchez (France) 8 Foresti & Suardi 8 K Selmer (Norway) / G Montavoci (Italy) 9 SeveneleveN 18 G Manuzzi (Italy) / N Giorgi (Italy) . Windmare 21 J Brarda (France) / TBC . Rosciolli Hotels 88 S Carrasco (Spain) / D Cirilli (Spain) 20 15 12 9 7 5 4 3 2 0 0

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HYPO GROUP MONTENEGRIN GRAND PRIX - BUDVA 23-25 MAY 2008


Round 2 of the CLASS 1 WORLD POWERBOAT CHAMPIONSHIP Round 1 of the CLASS 1 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

TIMETABLE
FRIDAY, 23rd May 2008 09.00- 10.00 09.00 - 12.00 09.00 - 18.00 10.30 - 18.00 11.00 13.00 - 15.00 17.30 19.30 20.30 Administration/Registration Technical Scrutineering Fuel Available Cranage Available Team Managers Briefing Official Practice (on race course) Boat Parade - TBC Drivers Briefing (Splendid Hotel) Welcome reception (Splendid Hotel)

SATURDAY, 24th May 2008 08.00 20.00 Fuel available 09.00 - 18.00 Cranage Available 10.00 - 11.30 Official Practice (on race course) 14.00 All race boats to be in wet pit 15.00 EDOX POLE POSITION 20.00 Gala Dinner with Teams Presentation and Pole Position Prizegiving (Citadela) SUNDAY, 25th May 2008 09.00 - 18.00 Cranage Available 10.00 - 11.30 Official Practice (on race course) 14.00 Boats must be launched into the Wet Pits 14.45 Boats leave pits in parade 14:50 Pits Close 15.00 HYPO GROUP MONTENEGRIN GRAND PRIX After Finish. Montenegrin Grand Prix Prize Presentation on the podium

QATAR / Doha MONTENEGRO / Budva RUSSIA / Moscow NORWAY /Arendal ROMANIA / Constanta SPAIN / (tbc) EGYPYT / Porto Sokhna U.A.E. / Dubai U.A.E. / Dubai

1 March 25 May 6 July 20 July 31 August 21 September 18 October 6 December 13 December

RACE MAP
Start Lap
Start C C1 C2 - D D1 E F

3.56 Nm 4.09 Nm 4.58 Nm 94.50 Nm

Race Lap
F A A1 - B B1 C C1 C2 - D D1 E - F

Long Lap

F A A1 B B1 Y5 X X1 C C1 C2 - D D1 - E F

First Lap + 20 Race Laps + 2 Long Laps

NEXT RACE - MOSCOW, RUSSIA 4-6 JULY

TIMING

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Nigel Quilter tel:+44(0)1252 713223 / mob:+44(0)7785 325346 q@class-1.com / q@q4media.com / class-1.com

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