But look at his eyes, they are definitely dilated, and his general demeanor was rather odd too.
That´s the point! As long as I follow these races (2008?) during legs round the Horn decisions fell up the south atlantic. All the way talking about covering in the Southern Ocean was useless.Malizia is definetly on her home turf now, 2-7 (!) kn faster than all other boats.
We will see if this difference will hold until Cape Horn and, more importantly, if they can create a sufficient gap to make up for a slower boat all the way up the argentinian coast...
you serious?So... 11th hour went behind the scoring line after Biotherm had crossed it... Does Biotherm had an argument that they should pick up the point? Or is the scoring gate result locked in upon first crossing?
I think Ericson 3 won it fair and square in the pacific, way before the Horn (https://archive.theoceanrace.com/en/history/2008-09.html --> Leg 5)That´s the point! As long as I follow these races (2008?) during legs round the Horn decisions fell up the south atlantic. All the way talking about covering in the Southern Ocean was useless.
Herman, what is the lowest/optimum angle they can sail in around 20 to 25 knots of wind?
No Shit!Nico seems to be a sailor more than a talker
Good mixture it seemsNo Shit!
But he did smile, I detected 2 full smiles, and talk more in the above vid than since the start.
He's such a contrast to the erst of the team...