Launched in 2012, the 52 Super Series is a high-performance, monohull yacht racing circuit with the dynamic TP52 class. Regattas are located across Europe with professional teams from around the globe competing for the annual trophy.
Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019 - Day Three
On an uncompromising, very much one-sided race course off Mahón, Quantum Racing proved the top scoring boat at the Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week to take the overall lead at the first circuit regatta of 2019 by one single point.
Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019 - Final Day
After a thrillingly close finish, Harm Müller-Spreer’s Platoon crew clinched the first regatta title of the 2019 52 SUPER SERIES season, winning in Menorca by one single point this afternoon. Second placed Provezza, who led into the last race, missed out on the overall win by just four seconds.
Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup 2019 - Day One
The Bay of Cadiz served up a challenging light, hard-to-read sea breeze for the first day of the Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup, but Ergin Imre’s Provezza team proved to be the most adept at deciphering a race arena, which is entirely new to the circuit and lead overall after a first and...
Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup 2019 - Day Three
Azzurra learned a lesson from their fifth place from the first race to be sailed at the Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup on Day Three. Applying that lesson was the passport to a comprehensive win in the day’s second race, which sees the Italian-Argentine crew back at the top of the regatta...
Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup 2019 - Day Four
Bronenosec, the newest boat in the fleet steered by the youngest helmsman, goes into the final day reckoning for the Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup with a one point lead over the 2017 circuit champions Azzurra.
Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup 2019 - Final Day
Turkish owner Ergin Imre and the Provezza team were rewarded for their hard work and endeavour and their ability to adapt to the changes when they lifted the historic Royal Cup in Puerto Sherry, Andalucia as narrow winners of the second regatta of the 2019 season.
2018 champions, Quantum Racing, restored their winning mojo on Day One in Portugal when they sailed to a second and a first in classic Cascais conditions to lead the Cascais 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week.
Quantum Racing go into the final day of the Cascais 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week with a five-point lead over Azzurra and so sit on the threshold of their first major regatta title since victory in Puerto Portals in late August 2018.
Quantum Racing clinched their first regatta title of the 2019 season, but their perennial arch rivals Azzurra ran them close, the Italian-Argentine team losing out by a matter of a only a couple of metres on the finish line of the last race of a windy Cascais 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week.
A pair of third places gained in light sea breeze conditions from the white-hot, 11-strong fleet gives Tina Plattner and the crew of Phoenix 12 the overall lead after the first two races at the Rolex TP52 World Championship on the Bay of Palma.
Delivering a 1,1,2 from three of the four races sailed so far, Takashi Okura’s Sled team lead the Rolex TP52 World Championship just one point up ahead of the 2017 Champions Platoon of German owner-driver Harm Müller-Spreer.
The fleet of 11 boats was held ashore while a first squall blew through with strong winds, torrential rain and lightning. With another one forecast and tracked on the real time weather maps, racing was cancelled for the day.
A testing, northwesterly offshore wind of 12-17kts produced fantastic racing conditions on Day Four at the Rolex TP52 World Championship on the Bay of Palma out of Puerto Portals as Harm Müller-Spreer’s Platoon took control of the title race.
Harm Müller-Spreer’s Platoon team won the Rolex TP52 World Championship title, but the German-flagged team, led by the Hamburg-based owner-driver did not make it easy for themselves as they had to contend with two additional penalty points that they were given for twice making contact with rival ...
The first scheduled races of the 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week Porto Cervo had to be postponed due to the strong Mistral wind that peaked at nearly 40 knots on the proposed race area, and averaged 30 knots for a sustained period.