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Honda Formula 4 Stroke Powerboats


HONDA FORMULA 4-STROKE GRAND PRIX GUERNSEY 10-11 SEPTEMBER 2005

The Condor Ferries Guernsey Grand Prix was the final event in the 2005 championships and was a huge success. The Honda 4 Stroke Series is the largest offshore powerboat fleet and made a welcome return after the success of the 2004 event.. Havelet Bay was the perfect natural amphitheatre for powerboat racing. 

Positions following Liverpool Grandprix 21 August 2005
Championship Points Allocation
Position: Points Awarded
 
1st: 15 2nd: 12 3rd: 10 4th: 9 5th: 8 6th: 7
7th: 6 8th: 5 9th: 4 10th: 3 11th: 2 12th: 1
Standings after latest round
225HP Championship Standings
 
Pos Team Points
1 Fat Boy Racing 87
2 Team Raymarine 75
3 Warmup 71
4 Heights of Abraham 54
5 Evans Heritage Developments 48
6 Negotiator 46
7 HM Plant Honda Racing 45
8 Accucard 33
9 Claygate Bathrooms 28
10 R2 Composites 23
11 Buildbase 21
12 B2B - Southwest 20
13 Cider Daze 18
150HP Championship Standings
 
Pos Team Points
1 Claygate Bathrooms 78
2 X-Pole 65
3 Delmar Flooring 58
4 Alsford Timber 58
5 Extreme Chaos 49
6 Premier Cru 44
7 Dateline Marine 40
8 Ebel Sportswave 37
9 Tarpon 219 36
10 R2 Composites 30
11 Cyberguard Mermaid 25
12 Alien 24
13 B.A.R Honda GQ 16
14 HM Plant Honda Racing 9
15 Honda Happiness 5

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