Chaudron Back In Action
‘We Race What We Build” has been the hallmark associated with Chaudron Powerboats since their international racing debut as a “Wildcard” entrant on the P1 circuit in May 2004 during the Malta GP.
Since that debut, with the brother-and-sister team of Aaron and Audrien – as driver and trotter-man – the name Chaudron grew gaining respect, experience and status – winning Six World Championships as boat builders where on Four occasions Aaron Ciantar featured on winning team as Driver.
Now Chaudron are back in action at the 2017 UIM Class I and Class VI World Powerboat Championships being held as part of the ‘Grand Prix of Italy’ at Chiaggio, the town situated on a small island at the southern entrance to the Lagoon of Venice about 25 kilometres south of Venice. The World Championships are being organised by the Associazione Motonautica Venezia, with the authorization of the UIM National Authority the Federazione Italiana Motonautica (FIM), under the auspices of the Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM).
Between Wednesday 27th September and Sunday 1st October 5, 55 Chaudron, a 41-footer equipped with two 8oo HP each Mercury racing engines, will challenge for the Class VI World title against teams hailing from England, United Arab Emirates, Russia, Germany and Italy.
This ‘Grand Prix of Italy’ World Championship will see together again racing crew members Aaron Ciantar as driver and Frenchman Dominique Martini as throttle-man who in 2014 won the UIM Class VI World Powerboat Championship title.