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Published on October 26th, 2022 | by Editor

Teasing Machine wins Middle Sea Race

Published on October 26th, 2022 by Editor -->

Malta (October 26, 2022) – After the multihull and monohull elapsed time winners of the 2022 Rolex Middle Sea Race finished yesterday , Eric de Turckheim’s French NMYD 54 Teasing Machine today was confirmed as the overall IRC winner of the 43rd edition of the Rolex Middle Sea Race with an elapsed time of 03:12:01:54.

“It is a huge emotion winning the Rolex Middle Sea Race,” said de Turckheim. “It is our first 600 (nm) race overall, after making several podiums around the world. On top of that, it is certainly our favourite 600nm race because of the complexity of the course, the complexity of the winds.

“I have a passion for the 600nm races. It’s like running a marathon. It’s a mixture of being competitive 24 hours after 24 hours, and having the resistance and the teamwork. It was our seventh race and experience counts a lot.”

Teasing Machine Crew: Eric de Turckheim, Laurent Pages, Christian Ponthieu, Quentin Le Nabour, Tony Brochet, Gabriele Olivo, Betrand Castelnerac, Paco Lepoutre, Alexandre De Girval, Jerome Teillet, Quentin Bouchacourt

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de Turckheim, also the Royal Ocean Racing Club Vice Commodore, is a force to be reckoned with in any offshore race. Teasing Machine’s record at the Rolex Middle Sea Race was already exceptional before this overall win. A class winner and third overall in 2017, on the NMYD 54’s debut, was followed up with second in class in 2019, third in class in 2020, and second in class in 2021.

Teasing Machine is the fourth French yacht to have won the Rolex Middle Sea Race following in the footsteps of Antares (1981), Spirit of Ad Hoc (2008), and Courrier Recommandé (2018). Day 5 – IRC Class Update – 1600 CEST:

With the confirmation that Teasing Machine cannot be beaten by those left on the racecourse, attention turns to the class standings and the respective podiums. Only IRC 1 has a full complement of finishers in the clubhouse and so, for the boats still racing, there is plenty to play for

As at 1600 CEST today, 17 yachts racing under IRC Time Correction for the Rolex Middle Sea Race Trophy have completed the course. Thirty-eight boats have officially retired mostly due to the continuing lack of wind across the course area and little prospect of substantial change. Forty-three boats are still racing under IRC.

IRC 1 – ALL YACHTS FINISHED OR RETIRED Jean-Pierre Barjon’s Botin 65 Spirit of Lorina (FRA) converted the time correction lead that she held at Pantelleria into a class win. Marton Josza’s Reichel/Pugh 60 Wild Joe (HUN) had traded the lead with Spirit of Lorina for much of the race, and was on the podium at all transit points except Lampedusa. A superb recovery only final open water leg enabled the DSS foil equipped boat to leapfrog Cippa Lippa X and Rán, to take second place, 50 minutes off the winning pace. Niklas Zennstrom’s CF 520 Rán (SWE) eventually placed third, only seven minutes behind Wild Joe on corrected time and 30 minutes ahead of Guido Paolo Gamucci’s Mylius 60 Cippa Lippa X (ITA) in fourth.

IRC 2 – FOUR HOME Eric de Turckheim’s NMYD 54 Teasing Machine (FRA) made a strong finish to the race. Off the podium at Stromboli, she was up to second at Favignana, and into a two hour lead at Lampedusa. The TP52 Red Bandit (GER), skippered by Carl-Peter Forster was on the podium from the start, falling off only at Favignana. Unable to make any gains against Teasing Machine on the leg to Comino, Red Bandit currently holds a substantial lead over Gerald Logel’s IRC 52 Arobas2 (FRA) and Gregor Stimpfl’s Scuderia 65 Hägar V, the other two finishers in third and fourth respectively. Five yachts are still racing, including the Frederic Puzin’s Ker 46 Daguet 3- Corum (FRA), which for a long time was looking a good bet for the overall podium but whose challenge appears to have been undone by the diminishing wind conditions. The Katarzyna Ostrowska skippered Tripp 50, Fast Furious (POL) is last boat in class on the course, just south of the Egadi Islands.

IRC 3 – LEADER ROUND LAMPEDUSA James Neville’s HH42 Ino XXX (GBR) is on the penultimate leg from Lampedusa to the South Comino Channel with 70nm to run. Meanwhile, Artie III (MLT) co-skippered by Lee Satariano and Christian Ripard, is making ‘rapid’ progress towards Lampedusa chased by Dominique Tian’s Ker 46 Tonnerre de Glen. For so long, Artie and Ino were joined at the hip. At Pantelleria, Ino’s lead was 23 minutes on corrected time. Yesterday afternoon the elastic snapped and Ino escaped while Artie wallowed. Ino is not out of trouble and has endured a difficult fifth day so far. Artie is currently sailing twice as fast as Ino XXX, with twice the distance to cover. Last boat in IRC 3 on the water is Bernard Hyde’ New Zealand entry High 5, currently located just south of the Egadi Islands.

IRC 4 – LEADERS AROUND PANTELLERIA At the Pantelleria transit, Philippe Frantz’s NMD 43 Albator (FRA) held a seven hour advantage over, currently, second placed Esentia (POL), the Grand Soleil 44 entered by Marcin Sutkowski. Conor Doyle’s Xp50 Freya (IRL) is in third on the water abeam of Pantelleria, while the Podesta’s Farr 45 Elusive 2, for so long leading the class on time correction, has just reached the isolated island. The situation in this class will become clearer once both are through the transit. IRC 4 yachts stretch back to San Vito Lo Capo, where Maks Vrecko’s Elan 450 Karpo (SLO) is last boat on the water in.

IRC 5 – TEVERE MON ILE AT PANTELLERIA Gianrocco Catalano’s First 40 Tevere Remo Mon Ile (ITA) has made Pantelleria and continues to hold an impressive lead. Ed Bell’s JPK 1180 Dawn Treader (GBR) has managed to reduce it by 8nm since yesterday’s update, but the Romans on board Tevere Remo Mon Ile are still 27nm ahead. Beppe Bisotto’s Fast 42 Atame (ITA), racing double handed with Catherine Jordan, is 83nm behind the class leader. Atame is now third in class after Johnathan Gambin’s Dufour 44 Ton Laferla (MLT) retired yesterday.

IRC 6 – STILL NORTH OF SICILY Massimo Juris’ JPK 1080 Colombre (ITA) leads on the water and after IRC time correction according to the tracker. Colombre is sailing downwind to Pantelleria in light and variable winds. The chasing pack are closing the gap and seem to be in better breeze. Colombre’s nearest rival is now Ludovic Gérard’s JPK 1080 Solenn for Pure Ocean (FRA), racing double handed and which passed Seb Ripard’s J/99 Calypso (MLT) at Favignana. Calypso is now third on the water and in ranking. The smallest boats in the race are finally into good wind north of Sicily and making progress towards Favignana where spirits will be raised as they finally turn their bows south towards the finish.

IRC Double Handed With the retirement of Red Ruby today, Solenn for Pure Ocean now leads IRC Double Handed standings. Beppe Bisotto’s Fast 42 Atame (ITA) is ranked second and locked in battle with Marco Paolucci’s Comet 45R Libertine (ITA) in third, 2nm apart.

Race details – Tracking – Entrants

About the Race: The 43rd edition attracted a fleet of 120 entrants from 25 countries, getting underway October 22, 2022.

The Rolex Middle Sea Race was established as the result of sporting rivalry between great friends, Jimmy White and Alan Green, two Englishmen residing in Malta, together with Paul and John Ripard, two Maltese members of the Royal Malta Yacht Club.

Jimmy, Alan (later to become the Race Director of the Royal Ocean Racing Club), Paul and John would eventually map a course designed to offer an exciting race in different conditions to those prevailing in the immediate Maltese coastal waters.

The 606nm course, essentially a clockwise circumnavigation of Sicily starting and finishing in Malta, would be slightly longer than the RORC’s longest race, the Rolex Fastnet. The resulting course is the same as used today, although sailed in the reverse direction. The Rolex Middle Sea Race course record has been broken on five occasions since the inaugural edition in 1968.

The course record, established by George David’s 90-foot Rambler (USA) in 2007, is 47hrs 55mins 03 secs. The multihull record of 49 hours, 25 minutes, 1 second was set by the Multi70 Maserati in 2016.

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Rorc championship concludes with castle rock race.

RORC Championship concludes with Castle Rock Race

Image: Ross Applebey's Oyster 48 Scarlet Oyster © Paul Wyeth/RORC

The Royal Ocean Racing Club Season’s Points Championship concludes this weekend with the Castle Rock Race, the grand finale for the RORC season.

The eleventh and final race for 2021 will decide the class winners for the world’s largest offshore racing series. Over 400 teams will have competed in the championship over the twelve-month series. To celebrate the conclusion of racing, the RORC Cowes Clubhouse will host a race prizegiving and BBQ on Saturday 11th September.

Tom Kneen’s JPK 1180 Sunrise secured the overall championship win in last month’s Rolex Fastnet Race. However, the overall runner up for the season will be decided after the Castle Rock Race. Ed Bell’s JPK 1180 Dawn Treader is currently second, but three teams are very much in contention: Andrew Hall’s Lombard 46 Pata Negra, Ross Applebey’s Oyster 48 Scarlet Oyster, and Michael O'Donnell’s J/121 Darkwood.

In IRC Zero, VME Racing’s CM60 Venomous is in pole position but David Collins’ Botin IRC52 Tala is favourite to retain the IRC Zero title by completing the final race. Eric de Turckheim’s NYMD 54 Teasing Machine is currently  third but a good result by Ross Hobson and Adrian Banks' Pegasus Of Northumberland will see them overtake Teasing Machine for third.

IRC One will have a new champion for the series, as neither of the top contenders have won the class before. Michael O'Donnell’s Darkwood has a five-point lead over Andrew Hall’s Lombard 46 Pata Negra with both boats unlikely to be able to better their current scores. Mark Emerson’s A13 Phosphorus II had a superb Rolex Fastnet Race and is odds on to claim the final podium position, ahead of Ed Fishwick’s GP42 Redshift.

In IRC Two Tom Kneen’s Sunrise is virtually unbeatable. However, Ross Applebey’s Scarlet Oyster is looking strong for runner-up in the class with Ed Bell’s Dawn Treader assured of at least third place for the season.

A record 83 IRC Two-handed teams have been racing in the RORC Season’s Points Championship and the class winner will be decided in the Castle Rock Race. Rob Craigie’s Sun Fast 3600 Bellino, racing with Deb Fish, leads the class for the season by just over seven points from Nigel Goodhew’s Sun Fast 3200 Cora, raced by son Tim Goodhew and Kelvin Matthews. Bellino was the champion in 2019, Cora was second.

In IRC Three, there are four Sun Fast 3600 battling for the podium. Bellino looks set to win the class, having been runner-up in 2019 by less than two points. Bellino is only four points ahead of James Harayda’s Gentoo, racing Two-Handed with Dee Caffari. However, Gentoo has not entered this weekend’s race. Battling for the final podium position are the Army Sailing Association’s Fujitsu British Soldier and Nick Martin’s Diablo.

In IRC Four, the podium for the season looks to be decided prior to the Castle Rock Race. Cora has an unassailable lead and will win IRC Four for the first time. Renaud Courbon & Emmanuel Winsback, racing First Class 10 Shortgood, is in second place. Richard Palmer’s JPK 1010 Jangada, racing with Jeremy Waitt, is less than two points behind in third, but Jangada is en route to the Rolex Middle Sea Race and will not be competing in the Castle Rock Race.

37 Class40 teams have competed in the championship. Greg Leonard’s Kite is entered for the Castle Rock Race for somewhat of a lap of honour having won class for the season. Sam Goodchild’s Multi 50 Leyton will be making a RORC debut, with plans to compete in next year’s RORC Caribbean 600.

Yachts taking part in the Castle Rock Race will start to gather off Cowes Parade from around 1800 on Friday 10th September. The full entry list and AIS tracking link can be found at https://yb.tl/castlerock2021 and also via smartphones with the YB App. Results will be available with live updates at www.rorc.org

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The RORC Transatlantic Race is an annual 2,995 nautical mile race across the Atlantic Ocean from east to west organised by The Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) in association with the International Maxi Association (IMA) and the Yacht Club de France. The RORC Transatlantic Race is supported by: Calero Marinas, Lanzarote Tourist Board, Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina in Grenada and the Grenada Tourism Authority.

The RORC Transatlantic Race 

Held since 2014 in its present form, the RORC Transatlantic Race is a non-stop, unassisted sailing race of 2995 nautical miles across the Atlantic Ocean. Starting from near Marina Lanzarote in The Canary Islands and finishing near Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina Grenada in The Caribbean.

Sailors and boats from all over the world compete including high performance multihulls and monohulls, classic yachts, performance cruisers, Two-Handed teams, and one-designs boats. The RORC Transatlantic Race Trophy is the overall prize for the best yacht after IRC time correction.

The IMA Transatlantic Trophy is awarded to the first Maxi Yacht to complete the race. The first Multihull is awarded the RORC Transatlantic Multihull Trophy. Class Prizes are also awarded including IRC Classes, Best Superyacht, and Best Classic Yacht.

The RORC Transatlantic Race fleet is highly diverse. Dependent on weather conditions, the fastest multihulls are expected to take between 5 or 6 days. The majority of the fleet will arrive in 12 and 14 days, with late finishers taking 17 days or more.

The RORC Transatlantic Race also acts as a feeder race for the RORC Caribbean 600 which starts from Antigua each February. The 600nm race around 11 islands, like the RORC Transatlantic Race is on the bucket list of any offshore racer.

RORC Transatlantic Race Records  

Multihull Record

05 days 05 hrs 46 mins 26 secs. 

2023 - Maserati Multi70 (Giovanni Soldini)

Monohull Record

07 days 22 hrs 01 mins 04 secs.

2022 – Comanche (Mitch Booth)

12 days 09 hrs 17 mins 29 secs

2021 – Palanad 3 (Olivier Magre)

RORC Transatlantic Race Trophy - Overall winner in IRC:

(NB: No race in 2020 due to Covid pandemic)

2023: Teasing Machine, NMD 54, Eric de Turckheim (FRA)

2022 : Comanche, Vplp/Verdier 100 Super Maxi, Skipper Mitch Booth (MON)

2021: Palanad, Class40, Olivier Magre (FRA)

2019: Janagda, JPK 10.10, Richard Palmer (GBR) – first Two-Handed winner (with jeremy Waitt)

2018: Kuka, Cookson 50, Franco Niggeler (SUI)

2017: Teasing Machine, NMD 54, Eric de Turckheim (FRA)

2016: Aragon, Marten 72, Arco Van Nieuwland/Andries Verder (NED)

2015: Nomad IV, Jean-Paul Riviere, Finot-Conq 100 (FRA)

2014: Lupa of London, RP78, Skipper Daniel Stump (GBR)

IMA Transatlantic Trophy - Line honours monohull winner:

2023: I Love Poland, Volvo 70, Skipper Grzegorz Baranowski (POL)

2021: Green Dragon , Volvo 70, Johannes Schwarz (NED)

2019: Childhood 1, VO65, Skipper Bouwe Bekking (SWE)

2018: My Song, Baltic 130 Super Maxi, Pier Luigi Loro Piana (ITA)

2017: Maxi CQS, Ludde Ingvall (AUS)

2016: Leopard 3, Farr 100, Mike Slade (GBR)

2015: Nomad IV, Finot-Conq 100, Jean-Paul Riviere (FRA)

  The Royal Ocean Racing Club

Established in 1925, The Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) is best known for the biennial Fastnet Race and the international team event, the Admiral's Cup. RORC organises an annual series of offshore races from its base in Cowes as well as inshore regattas in the Solent.

The RORC works with other yacht clubs to promote their offshore races and provides marketing and organisational support. With the first race in 2009, the RORC Caribbean 600, based in Antigua and the first offshore race in the Caribbean, has been an instant success. The RORC extended its organisational expertise by creating the RORC Transatlantic Race from Lanzarote to Grenada, the first of which was in November 2014. The Roschier Baltic Sea Race was established in 2022, starting and finishing in Helsinki, Finland.

The RORC has 4,000 members and a clubhouse based in St James' Place, London. After a merger with The Royal Corinthian Yacht Club in Cowes it now boasts a superb clubhouse facility at the entrance to Cowes Harbour

RORC website: www.rorc.org  

The RORC has also been a leader in yacht rating systems and in co-operation with the French offshore racing club, UNCL, YCF Race Pole created the International Rating Certificate - IRC. IRC is a World Sailing recognised rating system and the principal yacht measurement system for the rating of racing yachts worldwide.

The IRC rating rule is administered jointly by the RORC Rating Office in Lymington, UK and UNCL, YCF Race Pole in Paris, France. The RORC Rating Office is the technical hub of the Royal Ocean Racing Club and recognised globally as a centre of excellence for measurement.

For IRC rating information in the UK : www.rorcrating.com

For IRC rating globally www.ircrating.org

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