The Victory boats are powered by Sterling petrol engines. In the 1996 season of the Class One World Championship, Saeed Al Tayer and Felix Serralles were crowned World Champions again, although this year they used Sterling engines for the first seven races, only to change to Lamborghini engines for the last two races when the pressure from Polli's Lamborghini powered Bilba boat became stronger by the race. During the first of these last two races, Tayer and Serralles broke the World Speed Record, bringing it back to Lamborghini again.
If you are not a racer there is always another way of getting your hands on a Lamborghini powered boat. Besides Lamborghini's involvement in racing, there is also an involvement in building leisure boats. The Quetzal company builds the "bisons of the oceans". Designed by Mr. Cichero, the twin-Lamborghini powered Quetzals can be equipped, depending on the wishes of the buyer with two, three or four propellers and standard have a salon, kitchen, bar, telephone, stereo etc. These Quetzals are just as exclusive as the Lamborghini road cars.
In 1995 there were following eight races, click on the place name to see a report.
|Race||Name / Location||Date|
|1.||Montecristo Grand Prix, Havana, Cuba||30th April 1995|
|2.||Caffe Hausbrandt Grand Prix, St. Tropez, France||31st May 1995|
|3.||Citta Di Gallipoli Grand Prix, Gallipoli, Italy||18th June 1995|
|4.||European Grand Prix, Agrigento, Sicily||25th June 1995|
|5.||Norwegian Grand Prix, Arendal, Norway||16th July 1995|
|6.||Belgian Grand Prix, Ostend, Belgium||10th September 1995|
|7.||Emirates Grand Prix, Dubai, UAE||27th October 1995|
|8.||Dubai Duty Free Grand Prix, Dubai, UAE||3rd November 1995|
A Preview of the 1996 Season is available here.
Last Updated 16.07.2000