The event is open to the public to watch with the main racing day being held on Sunday June 11. The WASBC will bring eighteen powerboat drivers and their boatsand crews to Dumbleyung for an inaugural Dumbleyung Cup event. They will race in 15hp junior boats, 15hp senior boats, 25hp race boats, formula 1,2 and 3 tunnel race boats and the thunderous V8 spectacular inboards.
Sunday June 11th is not to be missed, see the full itinerary below,
Friday June 9th – Show and Shine/Meet and Greet in town from 2.30-4.00pm
Saturday June 10th –
9am -10am - Set up course and pits at the Ski Club, Lake Dumbleyung.
10am – 2pm - Test and Tune, free practises all classes.
2pm-5pm - Speed Trials, unofficial, not measured for records.
Sunday June 11th –
8am - 9am - Scrutineering and registrations, Ski Club- Lake Dumbleyung.
9am – 10am - Pilots Briefing, Ski Club Lake Dumbleyung. Public welcome to see how racing is conducted in WA.
10am – 10.30am – Warm up for racers.
10.30am - 3pm - Club racing, 15hp juniors, 15hp seniors, 25hp Class racing, F3 Tunnel racing with 25hp step up, Displacement Class racing, F2 / F1 Tunnel Racing. Prize giving will be as soon as possible after racing, at the Ski Club, Lake Dumbleyung.
All are encouraged to pack a picnic and watch the boats practise/race over the weekend, or if you can’t make it to the lake, you might be able to see the boats at the Show and Shine in Dumbleyung on Friday afternoon.
For more information visit the West Australian Speed Boat Club website (http://www.wasbc.com.au/) or Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/wasbc/).