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  1. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    It seems a bit quick for Sad Max to whip out excuses doesn’t it?   Sounds like the Italian poodles are the small, well manicured, type poodles that snaps and nips at a moments notice.  Makes sense.  WetHog   :ph34r:
  2. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    al dente looking sweet in this photo.  WetHog   :ph34r:
  3. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Considering AM and INEOS went towards LR with their second boat, based on comments coming out of LR, it’s clear LRs 6 month head start will be a huge task for the other two challengers to overcome.  Probably why INEOS swung for the fences, again. Trying to catch up.  Might be another AC34 LVC...
  4. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Really? WetHog   :ph34r:
  5. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    If mustard yellow appendages cant make LR boats look bad nothing can.  Good looking boat.   WetHog   :ph34r:
  6. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    I called him Tripod during AC32 after Gusmus commented on his manhood after snapping a pic of Deano pissing off the side of NZL-92 during a wind delay.  Does that work?  ;) WetHog   :ph34r:
  7. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Ok.  To me disrupting the status quo would be what ETNZ did by winning AC35.  Rejecting Larry Vision.  LR winning would certainly not disrupt anything on that level.    WetHog   :ph34r:
  8. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    What status quo would a LR win disrupt?  Serious question.  Their finger, palm, foot and arm pit prints are all over this event.    My best to your wife.     WetHog   :ph34r:
  9. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Yeah talk about a reach.  The boat built and launched first is boat one, not complicated.  And more times than not the 2nd boat is a refined version of the 1st boat but there are examples where the 1st boat turns out to be the best, winning, design.  And examples are provided above. In regards...
  10. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    This gave me an IACC flashback.   WetHog   :ph34r:
  11. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    WetHog   :ph34r:
  12. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    WetHog   :ph34r:
  13. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    No pinning against the start line if one boat is early?  You very well may be right but then again none of us have seen these boats perform anywhere near what they will have to perform at once race time comes.  I just can't see how getting an opponent off their foils can't be a viable tactic.  ...
  14. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Still got the fracker to splash but, yes, flipper’s flippers are on their own path.   Hull shape appears to this non-sailor to be a factor as well.  The boats can’t be towed on to their foils when the racing starts and I think one boat trying to get another boat off it’s foils during the...
  15. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    What difference does it make what the foils look like now?  These are just testing foils and the foils that matter won't be advertised, right? WetHog   :ph34r:
  16. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Interesting curvature of the deck from bow to stern. But it passed its first test, it floats! WetHog   :ph34r:
  17. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Its not Luna Rossa Pirelli?   ;) WetHog   :ph34r:
  18. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    The one thing you can count on from the Italians is their boats will look fantastic.  Even with yellow foil arms and rudder. WetHog   :ph34r:
  19. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Not sure.  LR's version was ETNZ's boat 1 wasn't it? WetHog   :ph34r:
  20. WetHog

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Ah, yes, having a loyal poodle is nice isn't it?   :lol: All joking aside, I think this may be Patrizio the Poodles last hoorah if LR doesn't win the Cup.   WetHog   :ph34r:




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