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Spi Ouest France, victory of Nicolas d'Estais

© Spi Ouest France
© Spi Ouest France

The bay of La Trinité sur Mer is definitely a success for Nicolas d'Estais... After a victory in the 2022 Armen Race, Nicolas D'Estais wins the Spi Ouest France Banque Populaire Grand Ouest 2023 !

First race of the season in mainland France, first race for Nicolas on his new Class40, Lift v2 #176 (formerly Corentin Douguet's Queguiner Innoveo), and first victory.

He was accompanied by Léo Debiesse, Jean Marre, Victoire Martinet, Tanguy Leglatin and Christian Pensart for these 4 days of coastal sailing.

In the overall ranking, the Mach 40.5 BT Blue (#190) skippered by Nicolas Groleau took second place. Emmanuel Le Roch's crew on Edenred (#165) completed the podium.

Nicolas D'Estais:  "The main objective was to start getting to grips with the new boat, which was launched last week. The Spi Ouest France is a great regatta, in contact, on coastal courses very adapted to our boats. It was really nice to be part of the crew, whether it was for manoeuvres or to go into more detail about the settings and tactics. There was a lot of competition, especially with Edenred and BT Blue. We managed to pull out all the stops and finally beat the Trinitans at home, which was a pleasure!

A big congratulations to the crew whose core was composed of Léo Debiesse and Jean Marre".

General Ranking : Résultats - Spi Ouest-France Banque Populaire Grand Ouest 2023

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