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Monster dominates again at regatta

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Thursday, March 22, 2018
Motul Monster on its way to victory. RONALD DANIEL

Recently modified Motul Monster again dominated at the second National Championship Regatta of the T&T Powerboat Association on Sunday.

Monster which won almost every race it participated in a couple months ago, was again in unstoppable form racing to a maximum 1260 national points by virtue of its victories in three out of its four races in the 130 mph A Class category.

In the opening regatta it accumulated 600 points and added another 660 points on Sunday, getting the better of Iron Man in second and third Mr Solo Too.

The event sponsored by Track Batteries also saw Ultra Rush in cruise control in the 95 mph D Class as their opponents Bacchanal and Chris Gone Wilder did not make it to the start line.

There was also fierce competition in the 80 mph E Class between Mobil Outlaw and Papi Chulo with Mobil Outlaw taking three out of four wins.

Dominating in the 70 mph F Class was Fire Chief II as Extreme Measures was plagued by mechanical problems. Meanwhile Trident also won all its races on the day, declaring itself king of the 60 mph G Class.

In spite of the performances of Monster however it was Mobil Outlaw that took the overall lead on points at the end of Round Two in the national championships.

 

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