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The Fast On Water website has been up and running since 2009. Ten years on and it has become a comprehensive archive of circuit racing during the second half of the 20th century.

As a charity we have endeavoured to keep the bulk of the website free to access over the past ten years. Unfortunately, due to financial constraints and the ongoing need to cover our day-to-day running costs, we are obliged to change the set up of the website. 

We are in the process of redesigning the website and once completed the new website will continue to have free access to                          the initial Introduction and History pages.                                                                         
The rest of the website will only be accessible to those who have become a member of the ‘Friends of Fast On Water’

Membership of the ‘Friends’ is £25 per year 
 (£26.50 if using Paypal)

You can access a membership form here
Or you can contact us at

We do hope that you understand our need to do this and that you will support us going forward.

The updated website will go online on the 31st January 2020.


.Join the 'Friends' of Fast On Water
and have access to the Full Website.

Over 1,000 photos, Race Programmes, 
Articles, Driver's, Boat Builder's, Clubs 
and Major Event Profiles.
Photo and Collection Archives, Videos and
Much Much more.

'Friends of Fast On Water' benefits include
an online quarterly magazine, Regular Updates
and first refusal on event tickets.

Plus a 10% discount on FOW Merchandise 
and event tickets.

or click on the Paypal button below

The Fast On Water Archives
are open to anyone who
wishes to access them.
If you are seeking any specific information
or want to learn more about the 
history of circuit powerboat racing, 
please contact Roy Cooper at

Fast On Water was originally set up in 2009 as a website dedicated to the history of circuit powerboat racing. From small beginnings the website has developed into one of the most complete archives of circuit powerboat racing in the world.

Early on in the development of Fast On Water, we were offered archive and craft from the now closed, Basildon Motor Boat Museum. These archive and craft became the basis of what, in January 2013, would become the not for profit organisation, Fast On Water.

Our aim? To open a Raceboat Museum, which will house the full archives, memorabilia and boats in the collection. It will also be an education and study centre with restoration workshop, gallery and cafe.

Our Patron
.Our Patron is Louise Goodman,TV Presenter, motor sport journalist and Media Professional.
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