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  1. It looks better with the wheels on. They came off at the last mark rounding.
  2. reckon it's manageable via a dinghy racers M.O. we handful of SBs are racing 150 wallopers every sunday at the mo, and been doing so for years tactically a faster smaller boat must steer around them to a great degree, which is do-able given your tacking down and up. 'buffalo girls' mantra get near em and you increase your elapsed time, stay away and yr faster and won't hook up . mark roundings, ?? get in the line, NO '2 abreast' , if you get on their transom these blokes often leave a big enough gap to sail a truck thru anyways (or a handful of i550s?) . With respect,
  3. reckon it's manageable via a dinghy racers M.O. we handful of SBs are racing 150 wallopers every sunday at the mo, and been doing so for years tactically a faster smaller boat must steer around them to a great degree, which is do-able given your tacking down and up. 'buffalo girls' mantra get near em and you increase your elapsed time, stay away and yr faster and won't hook up . mark roundings, ?? get in the line, NO '2 abreast' , if you get on their transom these blokes often leave a big enough gap to sail a truck thru anyways (or a handful of i550s?) . With respect,
  4. Are you serious dude???!!! Did the idiot on the big boat think about rounding up and stopping his boat? 5 min's, shit! Give me shit, if you want, but this will be an ongoing problem in mixed-fleet racing, especially at the marks. Cool pics, but just the beginning. Glad the rig held up.
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