There are 0 boat sheds available and 5 more are being built with 2 already on the waiting list in the near future so email Tracey, first in with $$ gets the shed or to to put your name on the waiting list!
The ‘Shananigans’ team had a mixed weekend at the Melton Gold Cup in Victoria on February 4th & 5th with a few minor issues which resulted in not making the final of the Jack Kavanagh but Pugs had a couple of great drives to win the Clyde Lewis Trophy for 6ltr which he had won previously in ‘Oxygen Thief’ and a great 3rd to Rhys Coles in ‘Butler Vehicles’ and Brett Shappard in ‘Unleashed’ in the Harrison Cup Unlimited Open race. Onto Paynesville next in April 1/2 for the first round of the Trojan Series.
All the Torque and Australian Boat Racing Photos
The ‘BRP Racing F4 team raced at Yarrawongwa on the 18th & 19th February for the first round of the AFPGP Australian Championship series with Tracey in ‘Queen B’ in the F4 class and unfortunately Brineys’s new F2 DAC wasnt ready (The DAC has is at the great Michael Newton’s from Michael Newton Custom Paints for its paint job then back to get fitted out). It was a rough weekend at Lake Mulwala and Tracey had a ‘Steve Bradbury’ weekend and won the round as the yongens in her class got a bit excited as there were incidents, accidents and disqulaifications but a wins a win.
Briney wouldnt be in the position she is without the longtime support of Martin and Michele Cook from Cooks Fencing and Suckers Excavations; Lindsay Johnston from Flexistrut Australia; Rhys Coles;Dargle Turf n Soil and Dargle Ski Park; 888 Racing and the Troy Family; Michael Newton Custom Paints.
The new ‘Oxygen Thief’ 19ft Evercraft cell boat is well underway with the screens now fitted and the fitting of all the running gear about to begin. For all the updates head to the Oxygen Thief Facebook page.
20 February 2017 was the last time this page was updated
Congratulations to all the Formula Future competitors and especially our DVBC members.
C L & D Mayfield Trophy – Australian J1 Formula Future Championship
Max Cook ‘Australian J1 Champion’
Makayla Cook 2nd in J2
In the past 6 months we have said farewell to some longtime Dargleites and valued friends of our Dargle family.
The Wards and the DiCesares’ after 20 or more years have sold their vans as have the Galley, Drayton and Sherry families. Thank you for spending a part of your valuable leisure time at Dargle, we are going to miss you all.