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Spirit win but championship leaders finish 2nd
Posted On: 12 Aug 2007 - 16:11
In what was considered to be a must win GP for Spirit of Norway the home team delivered. But championship leaders Victory 77 finished just 9 seconds behind to keep the initiative as we approach the half way stage of the season. Also staking a claim for the title are Qatar 96 who crossed the line in third. Full story will follow later.

Full reaction from Oslo Qualifying
Posted On: 11 Aug 2007 - 17:54
Courtesy of Class-1.com Bjorn Gjelsten and Steve Curtis, Spirit of Norway, will start the Scandinavian Grand Prix, round 3 of the WPPA Class 1 World Powerboat Championship, in Pole Position after going quickest in today's official qualifying session in Oslo.

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Spirit takes pole on home soil
Posted On: 11 Aug 2007 - 17:36
Spirit of Norway have taken Pole in what many consider as a must win race for the Norwegian team. Victory 77 and Victory 7 complete the top 3. More to follow.

WPPA still hopeful of teaming up with the UIM
Posted On: 10 Aug 2007 - 21:11
The World Professional Powerboat Association (WPPA) is hopeful they may eventually nudge their way back into the UIM fold in due course of time. Teams participating in the World Class One Powerboat Championship voted in favour of forming the WPPA on December 2, 2006 after a string of unsavoury brushes over a period of time with the UIM, the world governing body for watersport. Since then, the WPPA has gone about getting itself organized in putting a full eight-race world series together for this season.

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