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Melges 24 European Sailing Series at Scarlino, Italy - Day 2

by IM24CA 20 Jul 22:52 BST 7-9 June 2019

Day two of racing just came to the end in the Italian race course of Scarlino (Tuscany) and, with three more races completed, the head of the ranking of the fourth act of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series is unchanged: Maidollis by Gian Luca Perego keeps in fact leading the fleet with extremely consistent performances (2-1-6 today) and a net total of 10 points (the discard of the worst result of the series came into play today upon completion of the fifth race).

The second place of the ranking is for the World Champions onboard Altea by Andrea Racchelli, boat of the day in this second day in Scarlino, with excellent partial scores of 1-2-3; provisional bronze medal for another Italian crew, Melgina (3-8-1) by Paolo Brescia, winner of the third and last race of the day. Bombarda by Andrea Pozzi (9-6-2) is fourth with 24 points.

The Corinthian division sees a great comeback by Taki 4 of Marco Zammarchi, who climbs up to the fifth place of the overall ranking with 7-3-5 as daily results and becomes the new leader of the Corinthian fleet, where the second place is occupied by Arkanoè by Montura (10-9-7), seventh overall, and the third place is for Hungarian Seven-Five-Nine (8-13-4).

Races will resume tomorrow at 11.30, when we will discover who will be the winner of the fourth act of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series. Weather conditions should be similar to those of today, with breeze from 220-255 up to 10 knots.

Full results after six races:

1stITA 854MAIDOLLISGian LucaYCCA13321-61610 
2ndITA 722ALTEAAndrea RacchelliCVCI2-1461232814 
3rdITA 693MELGINAPaolo BresciaYCI3-823812517 
4thITA 860BOMBARDAAndrea PozziYCCS565-9623324 
5thITA 778TAKI 4MarcoYCI4-1787354427C
6thGBRBLACK SEALRichardGYC1010144(25.05429 
 822 Thompson      OCS)   
7thITA 809ARKANOE' BYSergio CaramelCVIP61-1310974633C
8thHUNSEVEN-FIVE-NINEA'kos CsoltòD-ONE use-135481344734C
 759  Hungary         
 817 PoslamovskyiCSKA   OCS)     
10thGERNEFELIPeter KarriéSCR11-13115795643 
11thGBRGILL RACE TEAMGeoff CarverRORC84101612(25.07550C
 694        OCS)   
12thITA 793GENERAL LEEMario ZilianiYCCA-15712611146550C
13thITA 764MAGICAPiero AndolinaYCCA12-161415587054 
14thUKRARCTURVasyl GureyevFOND141171410(25.08156 
 661        OCS)   
15thGERMUSTO RACINGEdwin EichBYC991513-16127458C
16thSUIANDELEJorg HotzZurcher YC-2215161114159371 
17thITA 528ZERO 24Fabio RochelliSVBG161218-2117119574C
18thITA 633WADADLIAndrea AmatiCVR2020-2112191610887C
19thDENNJORDSøren DalsgaardVallensbæk172119(25.0181311388C
 777  Sejlklub   OCS)     
20thGBRLIQUIDITY RISKSamuel CoxRORC18-241718231811894C
21stITA 636MARRAKECHRoberto DoriaSTSM1919-2319201911996C
22ndGERPHONOBLOCThomas BeckSCCF211820(25.02417125100C
 567      OCS)     
23rdITA 753ARIADavide StulleSVOC-232322172221128105C
24thITA 496JABALINASergio IrredentoSTV-242224202120131107 

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