Another group of Hampshire business people have enjoyed listening to the thrills and spills of power boating racing - Shelley Jory style!
British Honda 225 Power Boat Champion Shelley Jory was back in action this weekend, but not on the water!
Isle of Wight based Speedway experts Team MadDog made her an offer she couldn’t refuse - a seat on the LCR Yamaha 1040cc Speedway Sidecar Bike as the team shook down the machine for the season ahead.
Hampshire-based Power Boat Champion, Shelley Jory has given a huge vote of thanks to the Hampshire Health and Racquets Club for its support in the forthcoming defence of her title as British Honda Formula Four stroke 225 Champion.
As well as performing the opening ceremony Libby and I will be out on the water getting ready for the season when we'll be defending the British Powerboat title, and letting the press get a taste of speed on the water!
2005 Honda British Powerboat Champions Shelley Jory and Libby Keir are riding high after an incredible fortnight which has seen the pair raise 20k for BBC Children in Need and gain a short listing for the Raymarine YJA Yachtsman of the Year award .
Honda British Formula Four Stroke Champions, Libby Keir and Shelley Jory, were among the hardest fought lots in Sunday night’s Children in Need’s Great Big Bid on BBC1.
The finalists are announced for the prestigious titles of Raymarine YJA Yachtsman of the Year (celebrating its 50th anniversary) and Raymarine Young Sailor of the Year. The shortlist includes top British sailing names Ben Ainslie OBE, Dame Ellen MacArthur and powerboaters’ Shelley Jory and Libby Keir. Her Royal Highness, the Princess Royal, (in her capacity as President of the Royal Yachting Association) will present the two awards at the IPC Media Marine Awards on Friday 6 January 2006.
Shelley Jory, 34 from Southampton makes her small screen debut on Wednesday 19th October when the Honda Formula 4-Stroke 225hp powerboat series makes its 2005 television debut.
Shelley Jory who is this years Honda Formula 4-Stroke 225hp champion, winning the series alongside her female navigator Libby Keir in Team Raymarine.
The only all-girl Honda Formula 4-Stroke pairing, Shelley Jory and Libby Keir in 'Team Raymarine', won the final round of the 225hp series today (September 11) to claim the 2005 championship title.
The Condor Ferries HF4S Grand Prix of Guernsey: 10/09/05
The Condor Ferries Powerboat Grand Prix of Guernsey, 10-11 September
Honda Formula 4-Stroke Grand Prix of Liverpool: 20/08
The Condor Ferries Grand Prix of Guernsey, 10-11 September
Honda Formula 4-Stroke Grand Prix of Liverpool, 20-21 August
Honda British Powerboat Grand Prix, Plymouth, 16-17 July 2005
Honda Formula 4-Stroke 2005 championships: round three
The Steam Packet Company Grand Prix of the Isle of Man, 25-26 June
Steam Packet Company Grand Prix of the Isle of Man, 25 -26 June
Honda Formula 4-Stroke 225hp team ‘Fat Boy Racing’ took the chequered flag in spectacular style today (June 26), doing the double by claiming their second win at this weekend’s Steam Packet Company Grand Prix of the Isle of Man.