Class40
World Tour
RDR 2022 selection
  • 1
    Redman (FRA 161)
    Redman (FRA 161)
    A. Carpentier
  • 2
    Banque du Leman (FRA 159)
    Banque du Leman (FRA 159)
    V. Gautier / S. Koster
  • 3
    Lamotte Module Création (FRA153)
    Lamotte Module Création (FRA153)
    L. Berry
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1000 milles des Sables : Douguet – Lipinski - Tréhin : the trifecta !

© Vincent Olivaud / 1000 milles des Sables
The suspense lasted until the end in this 2nd edition of the 1000 Milles des Sables! After passing the way-point of La Coruña on Monday morning, Corentin Douguet (Quéguiner - Innoveo) took the lead of the Class40 fleet, slowly but surel...

Gone in 61 seconds: Class40 division winner decided

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The winner of the nine-strong Class40 division was decided on the fourth day of the RORC Caribbean 600 with a dramatic finish between two teams. Charles-Louis Mourruau’s Guidi, which had led for most of the race, stalled as the breeze faded wit...

Antoine Carpentier wins the 2021 Class40 Championship!

© JM Liot / AC Sailing
Antoine Carpentier (46), a native of South Brittany, has been crowned 2021 Class40 Champion, rounding off what has been a remarkable season. Having scored a number of victories and podium results over the years on the Class40 circuit, Antoine has now...

TJVNLH, The winner and the happy ones

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Antoine Carpentier and Pablo Santurde opened the finish line of the Class40 Transat Jacques Vabre yesterday morning. With the first rays of the Martinique sun, and after 21 days and 22 hours of racing, their Mach 40.4 Redman has outpaced the finish, ...

TJVNLH, D+22 : Cascade of arrivals in Fort de France

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The least we can say is that the Transat Jacques Vabre organization teams in Fort de France will not be idle for the next 48 hours. The Class40 fleet is arriving in the wake of Redman, who is in a position to take the laurels of a triumph that has be...

TJVNLH, D+21 : I am hungry!

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Antoine Carpentier and his "precious" Pablo Santurde are finishing their penultimate night at sea this morning. Only one more "sleep", and their Redman will start the last approach maneuvers towards the Diamond Rock and Fort de France, where her arri...

TJVNLH, D+20 : Things are starting to settle down

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Slowly, but surely, with 600 miles to go and after nearly three weeks of racing, the situation at the head of the group of 43 Class40s in the race is beginning to settle down. The historical leader of the event, Redman, with the Franco-Spanish duo An...

TJVNLH, D+19 : Converging routes

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At the end of the 19th day of racing in the Transat Jacques Vabre, the routes of the Class40 leaders have crossed those of the Imoca Class monohulls. These 18.28 m long yachts, whose course passed by the Brazilian island of Fernando de Noronha off Re...

TJVNLH, D+18 : The slalom of sargasso !

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It's an exercise that must inspire the skiers involved in the Transat Jacques Vabre, Class40 category. Aurélien Ducroz (Crosscall), Mathieu Crépel (Everial) and of course the world champion Ivica Kostelic (Croatia Full of Life) know wha...

TJVNLH, D+17 : The trade wind funnel

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With the passage this morning of Terre Exotique (Guiguen-Pinson) under the island of Sal in Cape Verde, the 43 Class40s of the Transat Jacques Vabre are now all on their way to the last passage point of the event, the Diamond Rock in Martinique. For ...

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