Oxygen Thief is now having a well earned rest, Chris to, after the past few months travelling with Briney on her big adventure.
Miss Tina Breeze GP60 will be off the water for a while as the engine that was badly hurt at Eppalock is rebuilt.
Briney has been again given the opportunity of driving for Team Sweden in the 2015 Eurofin Cup which this year has 6 rounds, confirmed (Qatar, Asia, China, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah) with the possibility of another 2 (Portugal, France). This is more opportunity to keep an Australian racing overseas on the world stage and after much discussion we are going to go for it. The first round is in Qatar on the 13th and 14th March, which is only 6 weeks away. We need help attracting sponsors that would partner Briney in 2015 and beyond. Club Marine Magazine has a three page article about Briney in their upcoming February anniversary issue which will help spread the word. As well as competing overseas Briney will be racing her F4 in her 2 boat BRP Racing team in the AFPGP series and other major meetings in Australia promoting the new to Australia, F4 class. There must be a company or companies that would want to promote their business both here and overseas and partner with a mature, photogenic, personable, talented, very determined young lady from Australia. Please help spread the word! Thank you
Briney finished 2nd in Eurofin Cup series on 126 points despite not racing the first round with Mike Syzmura from Germany winning on 146 points and Khalid Al Kuwari from Qatar on 77 points edged out Jan Andres Landsnes from Norway on 72 points in a tight race for 3rd.
Thank you to every single person that has helped Briney, we really appreciate all your efforts.