• UIM champions 2017 in O-classes
    UIM World Championship 2017
    O-125 Henryk Synoracki POL
    O-250 Claudio Fanzini ITA
    O-350 Alessandro Cremona ITA
    F-500 Attila Havas AUT
    UIM European Championship 2017
    F-125 Marek Peeba EST
    F-250 Peter Bodor HUN
    F-350 David Loukotka CZE
    O-500 Giuseppe Rossi ITA
    O-700 Marian Jung SVK
    Posted 21 Sep 2017, 11:11 by Vahur Joala
  • Attila Havas: F-500 World Champion 2017
    UIM F-500 World Championship was decided in Cremona, Italy. This race was thrilling up to the end with deciding of champion title at last round last heat last lap.
    From this battle as winner came out Attila Havas AUT, who won his 13-th World Champion title. Second was Marian Jung SVK and third Erko Aabrams EST.

    Here are results from Cremona:
    1 29 Attila Havas AUT 225 300 300 825
    2 5 Marcin Zielinski POL 127 225 400 752
    3 87 Erko Aabrams EST 300 400 DNF 700
    4 23 Robert Hencz ITA 169 169 225 563
    5 86 Marian Jung SVK 400 DNF DNF 400
    6 99 Milen Marinov BUL 95 DNF 127 222
    7 2 Ferenc Csako AUT 71 127 DSQ 198
    8 63 Anton Rosenleitner AUT DNF DNF 169 169
    9 9 Holger Kluge GER 53 95 0 148
      66 Giuseppe Rossi ITA DNF DNF DNF 0
      78 Tadeusz Hareza POL DNS DNS DNS 0
      95 Tomas Hrbacek CZE DNF DNF DNS 0

    Overall results see Standings.
    Attila Havas - UIM F-500 World Champion 2017
    Podium of F-500 round in Cremona (from left): Marcin Zielinski, Attila Havas, Erko Aabrams.
    F-500 World Championship podium 2017 (from left): Marian Jung, Attila Havas, Erko Aabrams.
    Posted 19 Sep 2017, 05:31 by Vahur Joala
  • Some photos from Ternopil 2017
    F-250 European Championship 2017 podium (from the left): Wayne Turner GBR (II),
    Peter Bodor HUN (I), Matteo Gandolfi ITA (III).
    F-125 European Championship 2017 podium (from the left): Sebastian Kecinski POL (II),
    Marek Peeba EST (I), Thomas Trabitzsch GER (III).
    F-500 World Championship round winners (from the left): Erko Aabrams EST (II),
    Giuseppe Rossi ITA (I), Marcin Zielinski POL (III).
    Posted 11 Sep 2017, 12:22 by Vahur Joala
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Best of the powerboating

Hydro GP races are most thrilling events in powerboating. Here is money not talks so much. Drivers and mechanics are doing most of technical works. They try to have best hull, engine, popeller and they try to tune equipment into great performance. You need to be good sportsmen to win. Driver needs also good team as their help in the start is crucial. And driver needs some luck to win. One heat takes 8-12 minutes, but drivers are tired after this. Powerboating is unlike car driving on the circuit has every turn different, even it is same turn of the course. Waves and wind are making driving extremely challenging. Come and see us! We promise, you are going to love it!
 
What is Hydro GP?
  • Three classes have 4 rounds in one season.
  • F-500 as series for World Championship can have additionally 2 rounds for championship.
  • F-250 and F-125 have 4 rounds for European Championship.
  • Every round has for all classes three heats. Winner is driver who collects most points in these three heats.
  • Heat winner gets 400 points. Next one get 75% of the winner points and so on. Therfore second gets 300 points, third 225 etc. So 20 best are getting points.
  • Winner of the round gets for overall results 20 points. Second in the round collects 17 points. Next ones are getting 15,13,11,10,9,8,7, 6,5,4,3,2,1 points
  • Driver who collects most of the points in sum of all rounds is going to be champion.
  • There are special rules for safety, environment, weight etc.
  • There are also single race championships for these boat classes.
  • It is UIM series for outboard classes for circuit races with no limit in working with engines to make them as powerful as possible. Engines are using methanol as fuel.