So we’ve had the results from the DF95 Nationals, looks like it was super tight at the top with Derek and Buzz separated by a single point, 3rd to 5th were less than a handful of points apart too and its the same story down the board. Good work everyone in what weren’t ideal conditions. Check out the full score sheet here – DF95 Nationals final result V2 I’m sure someone will be along with a full report before too long.
No idea how the weather panned out but it looked pretty nice up on the moors. I’ve been sent the day one score sheet which shows that the usual suspects are there or thereabouts. Day two promises a little more consistent breeze. Scores on the doors – df95-nationals-to-race-61.pdf
For those that are competing, and those that are not…like me…..please take a look at the Nationals page where you will find the seeding race heats for Saturday morning.
So there is a healthy entry of 35 skippers who will be taking in the air on top of the moors over the coming weekend. The full list of skippers is available on the Nationals page. If you haven’t entered I’m sure a quick mail to PRO John Tushingham will get you a spot on the start line come Saturday morning.
Good luck to all those competing, I’m sure the racing will be great and the event will be very well run.
DF95’s racing at Weecher.
So we are hurtling towards the 2018 DF95 Nationals which are being held at the fantastic Weecher Reservoir up on Ilkley Moor, an ideal location if ever there was one. There are plenty of details of how to enter the event up on the Nationals page along with details of local places to stay.
Please get your entry in as soon as you can if you are thinking of going as the deadline for entries is looming.
A month after this event we have the next two rounds of the DF Racing UK TT Series which are being held at Manor Park SC just North of Birmingham. A great bit of water although the bank can become quite steep after some wine….ask Tushy.
Details are up on the Event page.
After another blast home across the country followed by some Chinese food, another good nights kip and a bit of work we have a report on the weekend just gone at Two Islands RYC. If you weren’t there you really did miss out!
Check out the results page for a full rundown.
Familiar story, some wind, very shifty, you could be hero to zero in less than half the beat, however it paid to play the averages. 32 skippers, at least three brand new (well done) JT first with the Priestley father and son team in second and third. Another great day by a pond with your mates. Results below, hopefully more of an HMS sheet soon. Thanks for having us Two Islands, another event to remember.