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IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT

Saturday, 17. October 2020– Saturday, 24. October 2020

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Thursday, October 22, 2020   

IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 5

 IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 5 In the race for the Monohull line honors, the two Polish Volvo 70 'I love Poland' of Grzegorz Baranowski POL and 'E1' with Zbigniew Gutkowski POL dueled in the final 10nm to the finish line in La Valetta MLT, and it was Baranowski having the upper-hand with a 23-minute advantage. ----- In calculated time, the Bénéteau First 45 'Elusive 2' of Aaron & Christoph Podesta MLT was on top ahead of the Ker 46 'Tonnerre de Glen' of Dominique Tian FRA. ----- Up-to-now, 18 of the 42 monohulls finished the race. ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020   

IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 4

 IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 4 The light winds stretched the fleet of the Middlesea Race over a massive distance. Up-to-now, only 5 of the 6 multihulls arrived back in La Valetta. We reported the victory of 'Maserati' with Giovanni Soldini ITA yesterday. ----- The monohulls have rounded Lampedusa and are now on the home stretch direction Malta. 'I love Poland' of Grzegorz Baranowski POL passed Lampedusa in first. The Ker 46 'Tonerre de Glen' of Dominique Tian FRA lead in calculated time. ----- The ranking lists and the daily news.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020   

IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 3

 IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 3 Just before 21h CET yesterday evening, the trimaran 'Maserati' of Giovanni Soldini ITA crossed the finish line of the Middlesea Race in La Valetta, taking the line honors after 2 days 8 hours underway. The news. Only 15 minutes later, the MOD70-trimaran 'Mana' with Brian Thompson GBR arrived as 2nd, winning the race in calculated IRC-rating time. ----- The rest of the fleet is still underway. The first monohull is in the approach of Lampedusa, the last island to be rounded after Pantelleria, where the Volvo 70 'I love Poland' of Grzegorz Baranowski POL was leading. In calculated time, the TP52 'Freccia Rossa' of Vadim Yakimenko RUS was on the first position. ----- The race tracker, all ranking lists and the news.
Sunday, October 18, 2020   

IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 1

 IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Day 1 The start to the 2020 Middlesea Race was given in La Valetta MLT yesterday in a moderate breeze. Meanwhile, the wind slackened considerably and only the leading trimarans made good progress, rounding Stromboli already this morning. North of Sicily, the MOD-70-trimarana 'Mana' Brian Thompson GBR closely leading ahead of Giovanni Soldini ITA on 'Maserati'. The first monohulls have passed the Strait of Medina with the TP52 'Freccia Rossa' of Vadim Yakimenko RUS on the first position. ---- The race tracker, the positions and the news.
Saturday, October 17, 2020   

IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Start today

 IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Start today Today, the start of the 41st edition of the Middlesea-Race will be given in La Valetta. The traditional course around Sicily leads from Malta through the Strait of Messina, and rounding the islands Stromboli, Pantelleria, and Lampedusa back to La Valetta. Due to the Corona pandemic, the fleet is smaller this year, but nevertheless, there are 50 teams from 14 nations on the entry list. Favorites for the line honors are the two trimarans 'Maserati' and 'Shockwave'. ----- The course can be followed live over GPS tracker. The event website.
Saturday, October 17, 2020   

IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Start today, without Swiss

Today, the start of the 41st edition of the Middlesea-Race will be given in La Valetta. The traditional course around Sicily leads from Malta through the Strait of Messina, and rounding the islands Stromboli, Pantelleria, and Lampedusa back to La Valetta. Due to the Corona pandemic, the fleet is smaller this year, but nevertheless, there are 50 teams from 14 nations on the entry list. Favorites for the line honors are the two trimarans 'Maserati' and 'Shockwave'. No Swiss racing this year. ----- The course can be followed live over GPS tracker. The event website.


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