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Carando Leads in Macau

John Moore on 4th May 2019

Maurizio Carando sits on top of the Macau leader-board tonight, the Italian took a race win in heat 1 and a third in the final heat.

Britain’s Andy Wilby is just 10 points behind him, and could have been topping the standings if the second race hadn’t been declared null and void.

Wilby took the spoils in heat 2, although sadly for him, Officer of the Day, Rory Power declared that the competitors had not observed the correct start procedure.

Erko Aabrhams found his form in heat 3 with a fine win, the Estonian was driving the boat that Drew Langdon won with last November in Hong Kong.

Britain’s Mile Jennings is fourth overall, he enjoyed an incredible battle with Carando in heat 1 and finished second to the Italian.

The vastly experience racer thoroughly enjoyed the race, thrilled the crowds in equal measure, and was leading heat 3 when his boat hooked and caused him to lose his position.

Retired Fire Fighter Barry Culver impressed in his first circuit races, the 2016 UIM 3A World Champion is not only one of the most decent people in the sport, he is a committed racer.

There will be 3 more races tomorrow to decide the Macau Asia Powerboat Championship.

Asia Powerboat Championship - Macau

Driver#CountryRace 1Race 2Race 3Race 4Race 5Race 6Total
Andy Wilby8GBR810909010066427
Miles Jennings1GBR900731008173417
Erko Aabrhams47EST6601007366100397
Glyn Norvell168GBR53059599090351
Barry Culver9GBR73066665959323
Charlotte Camsey88GBR43043537381293
Dave Sheldon888GBR59059484848262
Siu Chun Kit18HKG35043813939237
Ricky Hill77GBR39039395353223
Maurizio Carando11ITA100081000181
Alan Ng3Macau31031353535167
Campbell Jenkins28AUS480000048

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