West Coast Jet Sprint
Jet Sprinting is the wildest motor sport action that happens on water, and sometimes even on land.
Baldivis Jet Sprint Park is a World Class Venue having hosted many International events including the World Series.
This dynamic sport began in New Zealand and has quickly spread throughout Australia and America.
Jet Sprint boat racing is very similar to rally car racing, except that it takes place on water.
Each boat carries a crew of two, a driver and a navigator. A typical race involves memorising a sequence of up to 22 directional changes on a course made up of narrow channels and islands.
The driver task is to correctly complete the course in the fastest possible time, the navigator assist the driver with directions by means of hand signals. The teams compete against the clock and a sophisticated timing system records each boats time to 100th of a second. The winner is the team to complete the course in the correct rotation in quickest time.