World Championship Boat GP 2005

World Championship Boat GP

World Championship Boat GP

World Championship Boat GP - Vigo Spain

Vigo: World Championship Boat GP 2005

Between 13 and 15 August, the Bouzas dock hosted the second round of the World GP 2005 Boats, in which more than twenty pilots worldwide. The circuit, which has between 1,600 and 1,950 meters long. The excellent condition of the Bouzas dock have allowed the homologation of the circuit is for 20 ships, rather than to the usual 16.

The Boats World GP is one of the most spectacular evidence boating as boats reach speeds.

A Vigo have been the best drivers in the world GP Boats, over twenty from a dozen different countries. The favorites are the Swede Jonas Andersson and Briton Mark Rolls. The Swede is a two-time world champion, but this year Rolls snatched the first scoring round for the World Cup in Latvia. Vigo is the second time this year to see these riders faces. But there are many who come to the city to make things difficult. The English brothers Owen and Colin Jelf, American Jay Price, Arabic Arieg Al Zarfien and Latvian Gennady Tuckovs are some names to consider. Not be lost sight of these guys, especially Tuckovs and Al Zarfien, runners circuit riskier. Only they will face Spanish, Francisco Sanchez, Mori-SANCON team Team.

That Vigo hosting a World GP test Boats is an important milestone.Although the philosophy of this competition is to reach all corners of the globe, this is one of the rare occasions that Spain has managed to hold one of these tests.

Unlike other sailing competitions, difficult to follow ground, GP Boats tests, to be held in the docks, allowing the public to see all the evidence. It is therefore a popular sporting event of great importance and worth not missing.