Singapore Asia Powerboat Championship

The Asia Powerboat Championship was held in Singapore after a hiatus of 8 years. It was a three days adrenaline filled championship at the NSRCC at Changi area on 6th – 8th December 2019. An exhilarating and high speed powerboat championship!

8 racers for Asia Powerboat Championship - Singapore 

The event was held in Singapore, over the weekend of December 6-8 2019. A total of eight international racers were signed up to determine the winner in the Singapore Circuit. 
Miles Jennings put in a masterclass performance at the Asia Powerboat Championship – Singapore that weekend, he took three race wins and two seconds in the five-race event.
The Championship was an incredibly successful event, both on and off the water.

Campbell Jenkins racing in his powerboat during the Asia Powerboat Championship 2019, on 7 December 2019

Campbell Jenkins from Singapore was second overall. Campbell who first learned to race boats at the young age of 9 years now resides in Singapore. He took a race for win and was always Jennings’ main threat throughout the weekend.

Third overall was 24 years old, Charlotte Camsey. She can now boast of a podium position in an international race – an outstanding performance by the determined and gutsy lady driver. She narrowly beat the engineer, Dave Sheldon who was in pole position to the podium.

The notable performances continued, Mark Hayward won the final race, Kiki Wong fresh from her racing accident the day before, completed all three races on the final day, while Brian Pelham finished in all of the races.

The Singapore Championship was an incredibly successful event, both on and off the water. 

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Image extracted from event race schedule and results

Fresh after the success of the Asia Powerboat Championship - Singapore, the two organisers APA and SPBA signed a Memorandum of Cooperation.

Mr William Francis, President of Singapore Power Boat Association (SPBA) and Mr Martin Lai, Founder of Asia Powerboat Championship (APA) shaking hands during the APA Championship 2019, on 8 December 2019