Tuesday, September 11, 2007

CVL-HYC-CVMO « Wednesday nights series » 2007


Summer series and overall results

Huge thanks to Pierre Marois for keeping us up to date on who's hot!

The CVL-HYC-CVMO Wednesday nights series consist of 15 races divided in 2 series. It brings together all the racers from these 3 Clubs every Wednesday nights from May until September. The summer series (8 races) ended with the August 29th race. The best 4 results where taken from the 6 races sailed.

In the PHRF 3 & WS class, Pierre Marois’s T22 Coquine was first with 3 wins and a second place. Trevor Collins’ T22 Penny Wise was second, Chris Campbell’s T22 Shigawac was third also with 3 wins. Fourth went to Ken Hodgson’s T22 Sloop du Jour.

In the PHRF 1-B & 2 class, Ron Harris’ J22 Jazz continued his winning way with 5 wins in 6 races to take first in the class. Second place was taken by Ross Tellier’s N26 Red Coat and third place went to L.Grant’s J24 Peacemaker.

In the PHRF 1-A class, Claude Robitaille’s J29 Perceval was first with 3 wins and a second. Paul Laflamme’s E22 Still Lost Boys and Cork Winter’s J27 Sherlock finished second and third respectively.

For the overall results, the best 8 results where taken from the 13 races sailed. A total of 39 boats participated in the 3 classes.

In the PHRF 3 & WS class, the T22 Class took the first eight places in the standings. Pierre Marois’s Coquine was first with 13 points (5 wins). Trevor Collins’ Penny Wise was second with 15 points (3 wins). Patrice Delhaes’s Turbo was third with 24 points (2 wins). Michel Ouellet’s T22 Tohu Bohu was fourth also with 24 points. Fifth went to Ken Hodgson’s Sloop du Jour with 33 points and sixth to Chris Campbell’s Shigawac with 37 points (3 wins). Bernard LeDuc’s Maverick was seventh with 39 points.

In the PHRF 1-B & 2 class, Ron Harris’ J22 Jazz dominated racing with 9 wins and is first in class. Second place was taken by Ross Tellier’s N26 Red Coat with 20 points (2 wins) and third place went to Jim Cobbett’s J24 High Strung with 23 points (1 win). L.Grant’s J24 Peacemaker and Cyril Vittecoq’s J24 Varmint were fourth and fifth respectively also with 23 points!

In the PHRF 1-A class, Claude Robitaille J29 Perceval was first with 11 points (5 wins), Cork Winter’s J27 Sherlock finished second with 14 points (3 wins) and Paul Laflamme’s E22 Still Lost Boys was third with 17 points (2 wins).

Congratulations are in order for all those who participated in the organisation of these series with RC duties. And a very special “thanks” to Pat Patterson from HYC who did fantastic works all season with the RC boat and the race results.

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