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RULES & REGULATIONS

RULES & REGULATIONS

The rules & regulations for jet boat river racing in New Zealand are governed by the NZ Jet Boat River Racing Association which is an affiliate of the Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM),  a requirement for world championship status.

World Championship events rotate between four participating countries, NZ, USA, Canada & Mexico on a yearly basis.

Check out the NZJBRRA Rules & Guideline links below. 

Race Licence

Race Licence Application Forms are below.

CLASSES

Unlimited Class

Traditionally the domain of  large capacity normally aspirated V8's over 454ci or with turbo or supercharger (multiply ci x 1.4), today the fastest race boats are powered by repurposed helicopter gas turbine engines.

A Class

Any normally aspirated engine less than 454 ci (multiply ci x 1.4 for blown motors) Approx top speed - 120mph

CX Class

Formula class designed to provide a level playing field for drivers - Speed up around 105mph

FX Class

Formula class using the popular ZZ4 & ZZ6 (350 Chev) and ensuring driving skill is paramount.  Approx top speed 92mph​

FX-Evo Class (2024 Season)

FX -Evo Class  has been implemented for the 2024 Season. Please refer to the FX-Evo Class Rules for details

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