well done indeed - but to set the record straight - it was Kristen Lane driving with crew /coach Charlie McKee, stepping off her usual Melges 24
she was up there at the gorge in the 29ers last year too, just learning - and Charlie seems a bit big for 29ers, but Kristen is kinda small
whoa - that explains why he is not on the M32 for the upcoming event - and he is thin and in good shape too
My pal, boat builder extraordinaire dave ovington, died at 52 a few years ago from a massive heart attack in the lake country of England
you lot get your cholesterol checked - and get...
thanks for the props jane
52nd out of 108 sucked, but two DNFs to gear breakages, and an unfortunate tipover with the kite up, put the kibosh to our chances
we had the speed to be in the top 20s - no way we were top 10 - lack of practice, and the fact that vectran fails like cotton string...
are we on?
I'm serious - otherwise I'm gonna call in sick next week and take the train for a day trip ($62 bucks round trip)
but a plane to do a flyby out at sea would be totally cool to see the thing in action
don't run afoul of the navy controllers..
on another note - how come we never...
I would say we won as we put the melges in the water, then pulled it out to be first to the bar - - but to give proper props it was the warrior boat that foresaw the future and pulled the plug about 11