Shelley is certainly starting the new 2007 in style – and it’s only on Sunday that she gets back on the water!
Raymarine has been honoured as Sponsor of the Year in the RYA Powerboat Racing Gold Awards ceremony, which took place at the De Vere Royal Bath hotel in Bournemouth on Saturday 3rd February.
The Team Raymarine Powerboat is proudly on display at the London Boat Show 2007 at Excel. The raceboat looks very grand at the East Entrance complete with a new paint job and is being towed by the newly launched Honda CRV.
Shelley and Libby have once again featured in "Pudsey's" activities to raise money for Children in Need.
There are certain words that don’t really go together too well. For example, ‘diet’ and ‘Haagen Daaz’, ‘Jordan’ and ‘demure’, or ‘Robin Reliant’ and ‘high-performance’. And, indeed, ‘Team Raymarine’ and ‘low-key’. So when we decided to hold a charity fun day for friends and sponsors this Sunday, it turned into a blistering boating bonanza on Southampton Water!
At a Civic reception in Southampton's Guildhall today Shelley was officially recognised as one of the City’s achievers by the Mayor of Southampton, Councillor John Slade. The Mayor thanked Shelley for her hard work and dedication to her sport of power boating and presented her with a Certificate of Achievement and a crystal vase engraved with the City’s insignia.
Team Raymarine finished the 2006 Honda Formula 4Stroke series with a fabulously gutsy performance on the choppy waters of the River Mersey.
Another day of testing racing faced the all-girl Team Raymarine for the first day of the Liverpool Grand Prix.
The Solent proved to be a very stern taskmaster for Team Raymarine on their second day of the famous Grand Prix meeting in Cowes, Isle of Wight.
In front of a cheering home crowd lining the shores of Cowes on the Isle of Wight Team Raymarine fought hard for their well earned third place yesterday.
Team Raymarine has taken a well earned second place in today's round of the British Honda Formula 4-Stroke Championships.
Plymouth Sound provided some great race conditions for Team Raymarine today. But the start was a bit of a nightmare.
The Newcastle leg of the Honda Formula 4 Stroke British Championships has featured some tight corners and short legs, giving Team Raymarine a really challenging drive.
In testing visability Team Raymarine have had a right royal battle today in the first of the two races in the "Newcastle" rounds of the Honda Formula 4-Stroke British Championships.
Shelley and Libby were delighted to do their bit for Sport Relief on Saturday 15 July.
Shelley and Libby have enjoyed the first race weekend of the season but found the conditions in Douglas Bay, Isle of Man pretty challenging.
Shelley and Libby have made a solid start to the 2006 race season in the Honda 225hp series.
Shelley heads to Malta for a successful introduction to Thunder Cat Racing.
Final preparations are underway for the coming season ahead when Team Raymarine begin the defence of their title
Team Raymarine enjoy sunshine and smiles at the Sportsboat and RIB Show
Shelley and Libby were delighted to open the annual Show held at Southampton’s Ocean Village over the May Bank Holiday weekend.