Day 2 of the CSC Trimaran Championships was an exciting development at the top of the table, as Kaze and Dash Two fought hard to stay ahead of each other at the top of the table, keeping things close all the way till the finishing of the last race. However, a Protest by Kaze against Dash Too for Race 7 will leave us all in suspense, as we confirm the results of the protest and final winners after the protest hearing takes place on Saturday Morning, 16th March.
With only 1 point separating both boats after day 1, Kaze brought the fight to Dash Two with a bullet in Race 5, making it all square in the overall results. Although Jaza Too scored a bullet in Race 6, Dash Two finished ahead of Kaze to set the stage for a showdown in Race 7 – resulting in an exciting finish between both boats for the final race, where Dash Two crossed the line 1 second ahead of Kaze to win on provisional results. However, things ended in a protest which might disqualify Dash Two, effectively postponing overall results presentation till after the protest hearing.
The Weta Trimaran class was a straightforward affair, with Tim Jackson’s Itchy-Go scoring another 3 bullets to sweep the series and become the first Weta Champion at the CSC Trimaran Championships. The tussle between Blue Bug and Striped One saw the former emerge victorious, finishing 2nd in all 3 remaining races to secure his position.
Stay tuned for the final results – thank you all for participating!