The awards continue to come rolling in for the team that smashed the Round Britain Record
The awards continue to come rolling in for the team that smashed the Round Britain Record on Bradstone Challenger.
Neil McGrigor, Tony Jenvey, Jeremy Watts and John Guille received the impressive KSI Perpetual Challenge Trophy at the recent RYA Powerboat Racing “Gold Standard” awards ceremony & dinner held at the RNLI headquarters in Poole, Dorset.
The award recognises their achievement in smashing the outright record to come home in some 27 hours and 10 minutes later, beating the existing mark by more than three hours.
They were presented the award from the RYA’s Richard Soloman (second left).