MONACO: L’ELAGAI WINS STAGE DEBUT

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MONACO: L’ELAGAI WINS STAGE DEBUT

ALCATEL J70 CUP:
“Lelagain” WINS STAGE DEBUT
Mummy One is the Corinthian revelation
Principality of Monaco, April 3 – The tricolor champion, Franco Solerio of The elagain (YC Sanremo), won the first stage of the circuit Alcatel J / 70 Cup, National Championship Italian Open earmarked for small flagships of the shipyard J / Boats to debut at the weekend in Monegasque waters with a fleet of 37 teams from six countries: Switzerland, Russia, England, Sweden and of course Italy and Principality.
Three races held in their opening day marked by unstable winds and during which the Race Committee has inflicted numerous black flag disqualifications for even the top team among the favorites of the day before, first of all the continental champion Luca Domenici on board Notaro team and the runner up of the final act of Sportboats Winter Series Beppe Zavanone’s owner thought Worse (Filippo Pacinotti at the helm and tactician Lorenzo Bressani).
The counting of disputed evidence has risen to four in the epilogue of the day, when after a long wait on the ground, the Committee has lowered intelligence in the hope to gain two more tests to apply the gap, however, without success due to the expiry of time limit.
Assisted by tactician Daniele Cassinari, Franco Solerio Saturday he slipped a nice first and second day, finishing the final test in second place, was awarded the victory by a wide margin. Second place went to the crew revelation of the stage in Monaco: the Corinthian Alessio Quirin of Mummy One (formerly Italian Champion Minialtura 2015). It closes the podium Junda Ludovico Fassitelli with Paolo Montefusco (Yacht Club Monaco).
Fourth at the foot of the podium Magie Alexander Zampori with Gianni Sommariva tactician, follow the same points the champion of the Key West Race and runner up of the Bacardi Miami Sailing Week, Carlo Alberini on Calvi Network, and the UK’s Charles Thomson and Sam Carter of Brutus .
I met the President of the Italian Class J / 70 and owner of Tanspance Vittorio di Mauro for a circuit that in a year’s time has come to involve more and more owners from Italy and abroad and, with the Worlds in 2017 assigned to Italy , promises to maintain a positive growth trend in the medium and long term.
Witness the parterre of samples and new owners that more and more flock to the class J / 70, including the award-titrated Alberto Rossi on Enfant Terrible (tactician Alberto Bolzan) that in Monaco won the decisive test and daughter Claudia, the youngest and only helmsman en rose class at Petit Terrible command with Simone Spangaro tactician.
Stored the stage Monaco, the circuit Alcatel J / 70 Cup and the fleet of small American are preparing to do the route of Sanremo (7 to 8 May), Porto Cervo (3-5 June), Malcesine (23-24 July) and finally Riva del Garda (Eurocup, September 9 to 11)

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