Maserati is missing her stb rudder T-foil so she can't foil on port tack. And her center "Manta" foil is just drag in light air. She needs around 14 knots of wind to be competitive according to her skipper.I'm confused ...
Phaedo3 and Maserati are essentially one-design boats except that Maserati has foils. After 580nm, shouldn't the foiling boat be less than 4 miles behind the non-foiling boat?
What am I missing here?
I don't see the overall ranking....but maybe class 40 isn't part of that?What tracker are you looking at?I agree! I'm mostly following the little class 40-division because I plan to play on one of them in April, but yes - the whole race would be a lot more interesting if the tracker could show more info for each boat. Skipper name, crew list, class ranking, overall ranking. Shouldn't be THAT hard to make.....(obviously a little late now)The RORC needs to learn some simple things, like posting crew lists. I'd care more about this race if I knew who was sailing on what boat.
TheYB tracker has all the info you asked for except the crew list.
It certainly was at times. At around 0200 on Thursday I stood on the starboard ama of Lucky Strike and just rotated 360 degrees seeing if I could feel anything different from any direction using feel of wind on cheeks in ears whatever. Could have lit a candle on deck and the flame would have gone straight up. Fortunately that boat will ghost in light stuff.This seems like a brutal low wind affair!
8.5nm behind the TP52 after 12 hrs, and next to the Carkeek 47 when it retired. which is pretty amazing given the conditions didn't favor it's strong points. Looked like it was keeping pace with both of them downwind in the light stuff, but pointing a little higher & they didn't have a great rounding of Nevis Island, but better than the carkeek who lost 7 nm to the TP52 in the process,