Class40
World Tour
RDR 2022 selection
  • 1
    Sogestran Seafrigo (FRA 197)
    Sogestran Seafrigo (FRA 197)
    G. Pirouelle
  • 2
    Sign for Com (GER 189)
    Sign for Com (GER 189)
    M. Fink
  • 3
    TQuila (IRL 159)
    TQuila (IRL 159)
    A. Richardson
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Spi Ouest France BPGO: Bleu Blanc Planète Location (Q. Le Nabour) wins

© Bernard Gergaud
4 days, 4 races, one winner: Quentin Le Nabour and his crew (Sam Manuard, Pierre-Loic Berthet, Gérald Veniard, Hervé Thomas and Quentin Bouchancourt) on their new Mach40.6 launched only 15 days ago, Bleu Blanc Planète Location. ...

RORC Caribbean 600 2024 : Sogestran Seafrigo (G. Pirouelle) winner

© RORC Tim Wright photoaction.com
What suspense! With the British crew Tquila, led by Alister Richardson, leading the fleet of 11 Class40s just a few miles from the finish, neck and neck with Guillaume Pirouelle's crew from Normandy, the final scenario was full of surprises! Indeed,...

RORC Carribean 600

© RORC / Tim Wright photoaction.com

Start of the 2024 season !

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At 11am GMT (4pm French time), this Monday February 19th, 11 Class40s will take the start of the RORC Carribean 600, the first race of the 2024 Championship and the American Trophy.On the program, a 600nm giant slalom between the Caribbean islands.Wh...

Alberto Bona crowned 2023 Class40 Champion !

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At the end of a sensational season, Italian sailor Alberto Bona (age 37) has been crowned 2023 Class40 Champion. Having only joined the Class40 circuit in September 2022, Alberto Bona propelled his Mach40.5 IBSA campaign straight in to the top 10, sc...

TJV : Forza Alla Grande Pirelli !

© Jean-Louis Carli / Alea
Italian skipper Ambrogio Beccaria and French co-skipper Nicolas Andrieu sailing the all Italian Musa 40 Alla Grande PIRELLI took first place in the highly competitive Class40 race on the 16th Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre two handed ra...

TJV : Flip a coin?

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"The choice of route is super complicated... yesterday, we said route north, let's go crazy, last night, we said it wasn't going to work and, this morning, we're going to flip a coin! It's not easy being tactical in this Transat Jacques Vabre Norman...

TJV : From storm to calm...

© team Vogue avec un Crohn
They knew it from the start, they had to pass the latitude of Lisbon to hope that new horizons would open up. This has now been achieved for a large part of the fleet. Ian Lipinski (Crédit Mutuel), Thursday 9th: "Lisbon at last! Like a relief...

TJV : summary of the first two days of racing

© Team Edenred
It's already been 48 hours since the fleet set sail from Lorient, and the least we can say is that the sailors have not been spared! On the programme: a strong wind, violent gusts and a boat-hugging sea. A look back at the start of this transatlanti...

TJV: off to Martinique

© Vincent Curutchet / Alea
8 days after their first departure from Le Havre, which gave rise to some superb images in the Bay of Seine, the 40 crews took to the roads leading to Martinique in the crowded waters off Groix on Monday morning. The 80 sailors set off in unseasonabl...

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