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Watch: Hat Trick for El Diablo in the final day of the Voomquest Enemed UIM V2 World Championships

El Diablo drivers Clive Butler and Sammy Grima (centre) celebrate after winning the Voomquest final day. Photo: Maria Vella Galea

Clive Butler and Sammy Grima, racing on El Diablo, emerged unbeaten in the Voomquest Enemed UIM V2 World Championships.

The third and final race of the weekend saw a similar pattern from the previous races with Michael Xuereb and Sam Howse’s Interceptor Remax shooting out first on the start only to be overtaken by El Diablo shortly after. They were followed by Jesmond Aquilina and Christian Galea’s Marine Diffusion and the rest of the race progressed in this order with the three teams taking on the final podium.

As the second Grand Prix of 2022 drew to a close, the overall winners were announced. Third-placed was Beppe Debono and Dustin Mifsud’s Freccia Blu, followed by Interceptor Remax and El Diablo. 

The above rankings were decided on the result of the longest race, which took place on Saturday morning. In the meantime, the Cyber Class did not race today and the final positions on the podium were decided in yesterday’s race.

In the Under 21 Race, the podium was taken up by Bad Company (Rhys Grima), The Element (Celine Farrugia), and  Chaudron (Hailey Ciantar), in first, second, and third place respectively.  In the Over 21, Bad Company (Clive Butler) once again took first place followed by El Diablo (Keiran Galea) and (Chaudron) – Gabriel Camilleri.

“Once again we would like to thank all those who were part of the Voomquest family this weekend. The weather did not make life easy for us but with good teamwork we managed to pull off another fantastic weekend of racing.” enthused Aaron Ciantar, Voomquest founder.

The Voomquest Enemed UIM V2 World Championships are sponsored by Enemed and supported by Yachting Malta Ltd., Chaudron Powerboats, P&C Cauchi Demolition, Visit Malta, Preluna Skyroom, Premium Power Sport, and the Senglea Local Council.

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