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IMS Progressive Results - Sked 4 – 3.00am

by Rob Kothe on 28 Dec 2000
Ninety Seven , the 1993 Sydney to Hobart winner was leading the Telstra Sydney to Hobart Overall.

The 1993 race showed that the Farr 47 performs well in rough seas and she took a lot of time out of her larger competitors in the 30 to 40 knot head winds.

Ninety Seven at 3am was in central Bass Strait, 62 miles north of Flinders Island. She was only two miles behind the larger Ragamuffin, and 3 miles ahead of last years winner Yendys.

Grahame Gibson’s Farr 47 sloop, which has been improving all season and given the right conditions has the potential to win again.

Zeus II, the smallest boat in the fleet is still second placed, benefiting from the head-winds which first affected the front of the fleet. Simarly the Beneteau Shippin Central is likely to slip back on handicap.

Ausmaid was seven miles ahead of Ragamuffin with Bob Robertson’s Sydney 60 Eureka, some 10 miles behind Bumblebee 5.

Overall IMS positions and division by division follow.

Division 1

Ninety Seven, leads Ausmaid, Yendys and Ragamuffin. Surprsingly Quest and Terrafirma are not performing as well as expected.

9797 Ninety Seven (1), YC1000 Ausmaid (2), 1836 Yendys (3), 70 Ragamuffin (4)
7441 Bumblebee V (5), 6037 Eureka (6), 558 Interum (7), AUS6606 Quest (8)
4100 Terra Firma (9), NZL6006 Starlight Express (10), 5659 Antipodes (11)

Division 2

Shipping Central, the Beneteau 40.7 is bouncing along in the lumpy seas and was leading 1998 Overall Winner, with the little Hick 30, Urban Guerilla skippered by Chris Bowling in third place.

8118 Shipping Central (1), 8338 AFR Midnight Rambler (2), CYC3333 Urban Guerilla (3)
R33 Chutzpah (4), 4057 Aurora (5), Sm2 Another Challenge (6), S85 Raffles (7)
242 Sea Jay (8), 3105 Doctor Who (9), 546 Why Do I Do It (10), B400 Simply Red (11),
A8 Mirrabooka (12), B52 B52 (13)

Division 3

The little old Giant killers, Zeus II and Queenslander Boomaroo Morse Fans continue to lead Division 3.

327 Zeus 11 (1), RQ23 Boomaroo Morse Fans (2), Sm596 Breakaway (3),
B370 Boots (4), S521 Not Negotiable (5), GBR2183 Sunstone (6), SA998 Epsilon (7),
5891 Komatsu Blue Lady (8), 1124 Hot Property (9), 3807 Alexander (10),
3809 Lady Penrhyn (11)

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