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P&B Race Team Results!

by Rebecca Bradley, P&B on 11 Aug 2016 11 August 2016
Andy Smith & Tim Needham giving it some downwind during the SAP 505 Worlds in Weymouth © Mark Jardine
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P&B Race Team Results!

Mike Holt & Carl Smith set out to take their third consecutive Worlds victory at the recently held SAP 505 Worlds in Weymouth.Unfortunately they had to settle for second this year!


Congratulations to Mike Martin and Adam Lowry the worthy winners. Our very own Ian Pinnell & Alex Davies, who occupied the top spot during the week finished comfortably inside the top 10, taking a very creditable sixth. P&B sails also came 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 13th, 19th & 20th, with over half of the top 20 places secured using P&B sails!

Dave Wade & Ben Rayner competed at the Fireballs Europeans held on the beautiful Lake Garda, P&B sails where dominant taking 1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th overall. Congratulations to Claude and Rudi on a fantastic set of results.
Andy Mckee and Chis Massey didn’t quite manage to bag the Scorpion Nationals crown for a second year, but they were close. Going into the last race any of the top three boats could have won and just a small error at the windward mark cost them a possible race victory, and the overall title.
With most of the team getting back to reality after time away, Ian Pinnell prepares his boat for another week of sailing, this time at Fireball Nationals. Jumping back into the fleet after a long hiatus he is hoping to re-light his former winning formula as he heads to Hayling Island S.C today.
Dave will be heading off to Merlin Rockets National held in Penzance S.C. and then Mirrors Nationals at Itchenor sailing club where he hopes to retain his Nationals title sailing with his daughter, Imogen.
If you require any chandlery or spares there is still time and please come and talk to us if you need any advice on rigging or settings – we will be happy to help!

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in full swing and more Nationals fast approaching, don't miss the chances to order a brand new Championship winning suit of sails for your big event!

We can still supply sails for the following events:
Mirror Nationals 21st August
Phantoms Nationals 2nd September
Give our Sail Loft team a call to arrange the best price and delivery options. All our sails can be delivered by a member of our P&B race team.
The team are happy to not only deliver the sails but are also happy to help with your set up at the same time. Give our Sail Loft a call to discuss discounts available: 01604 592808

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The P&B Musto Race Team
Will be at the following:

Ian Pinnell - Hayling Island S.C. National Fireball
Dave Wade - National Penzance S.C. Merlin Rocket
Fergus Barnham - Pwllheli 2000

Alan Bax - Hayling Island S.C. F15

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