RC44 Calero Marinas Cup 2017 - Day One
Consistency was not easy on Day One in Lanzarote, with big Atlantic waves remaining as the wind dropped. Nonetheless it remains close and after three races just six points separates first from eighth. Chris Bake and team Aqua had a great day on water and currently leadings but with the Team Ceeref in second, and Team Nika third, Team Aqua will need to stay focused.
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RC44 Calero Marinas Cup 2017 - Day Two
While on Day One there was no stand-out crew, Peninsula Petroleum had the bit between her teeth, claiming race wins in both of today's two races, despite having two helms: Alfredo Morales standing in for John Bassadone who arrived in Lanzarote just in time to compete in and win race two.
RC44 Calero Marinas Cup 2017 - Day Three
Saturday was lining up to be the big wind day of the RC44 Calero Marinas Cup, so windy that racing was likely to be cancelled. In the event, it was cancelled only due to a total lack of wind. With no immediate hope of racing, the nine RC44s were sent back ashore to Marina Lanzarote to await furth...
RC44 Calero Marinas Cup 2017 - Final Day
Despite performing dances for the wind gods, the wind failed to materialise for a second consecutive day at the RC44 Calero Marinas Cup in the normally windy Canary Islands. With no racing on the final day, John Bassadone’s Peninsula Petroleum claimed this, the last event of the season. In turn t...