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Hi all,

Like I noted during the race I said I would have a go with a extra race result based on the rating of the different boats in the Tampa race.

Here is some more info and the preliminairy results.

In the list I used the following ratings IRC time on time

First 40.7 1,061
Class 40 1,292
Young 11 1,039

Would love to hear your feedback and any suggestions are welcome as this was my first go at this.


--- Last Edited by Jeroen Tiel at 2011-05-24 08:51:44 ---
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Thanks Jeroen. you don't appear to have me (JuJu) listed as the winner of the 40.7's but I would appear to be about 50th using the spreadsheet. That would be OK as a result for me, I would normally expect to be i the 20-40 range.

You also don't appear to have Schakel, who would have won on handicap I think
It's not complete yet, Jeroen. The first 23 Youngs are missing, as is the First winner JuJu.

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Cheers,
Philip
Thanks guys, I see I have doubles and missed the most important part. Fixed now :)

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Thanks Jeroen and congratulations to Schakel!

Also - well done RC in 4th!
Thanks, Jeroen.
And thanks, Colin.

Congrats to all podium finishers in their respective classes from me, too!

This was fun, let's do this some more. :-)

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Cheers,
Philip

--- Last Edited by Schakel at 2011-05-24 08:57:04 ---
Jeroen - that looks great!!! Thank you :-D

CONGRATS to the podiums in each class!!


Thanks JuJu - I had been lying 2nd but thought I had a cunning plan a few hours out from the finish but.. the wx came in v differently and put paid to that! Silly me!! BUT.. 4th overall is BRILLIANT heeheh I am very happy :-) I knew my choice of a Kiwi boat would pay off :-D

Schakel - my thooughts exactly. SOL does have the IMSYC coming up in early June (not quite sure how many boats we'll have from Jakob's students this time) and the Tall Ships Races are buddying up with SOL and that series of races are end June and through July (we anticipate at least 4 boat types at present) :-D



--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2011-05-24 09:19:50 ---
Here's the additional info I promised (with thanks to AGage for the weather and Jeroen for such nicely formatted results!):

Two added rankings. The first assumes that the leaders of each fleet race "equally perfect" and scores them a tie. The rest of the ranking is calculated as percent behind your respective leader. This format is used in a few IRL races with large enough fleets to make it reasonable. It tends to distort the top few positions, but it's easy to figure.

The second result ranks the fleet on how fast they sail the course vs the "perfect time" calculated by routing using the actual archived weather from the race. Our top five boats usually finish within a couple of % of this time. In this race Schakel was basically perfect. The faster boats had to adjust strategies a bit more nearing the first mark but J_24_opla had picked the correct side and made it home within ~20m of "perfect" in second place. JuJu corrects out about 4.5h back ranking 40.
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doh... guess who
I basically opted out of one weather pattern in the middle of the night and left it on DC and when I woke I was on TWA 33 or something and lost about an hour on klytharn. Also my roundings were on DC and easily lost an hour there.

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