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Audi IRC Australian Championships 2011 - Full Results

by www.sail-world.com on 27 Aug 2011
2011 Audi Australian IRC Class A Champion HOOLIGAN © Andrea Francolini / Audi http://www.afrancolini.com
With the final race of Audi Hamilton Island Race Week blown out, the 2011 Audi IRC Australian Championships is now decided.

There are three very worthy winners, all very well campaigned boats, Marcus Blackmore's TP52 Hooligan, Daryl Hodgkinson's Beneteau First 45 Victoire and Peter Sorensen's Sydney 36CR The Philosopher's Club.

This series was intently fought, Blackmore having optimised his boat specifically for the weather conditions across the four events. He said today. 'This was our main goal for 2011. Its very satisfying to have achieved it.


Daryl Hodgkinson commented 'A very pleasing result, I am proud of my team and the boat.'

Peter Sorensen was the overall 2008 Audi IRC Champion. Today the 2011 Class C champion said 'This was a very hard fought series. We did a lot of work over the year to make sure the boat was competitive and that clearly made a difference in some very close racing.'



Audi IRC Australian Championships

Organised by Yachting Australia

Series Results [IRC Class A] up to Race 4 (Drops = 1)
Place Ties Boat Name Sail No Skipper From Sers Score Race 4 Race 3 Race 2 Race 1
1   HOOLIGAN 521 Marcus Blackmore RPAYC 3.0 1.0 [4.0] 1.0 1.0
2   LOKI 60000 Stephen Ainsworth CYCA 6.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 [3.0]
3   LIVING DOLL R55 Michael Hiatt RYCV 7.0 4.0 1.0 [6.0] 2.0
4   SHOGUN 6952 Robert Hanna RYCV 13.0 3.0 [8.0] 4.0 6.0
5   TERRA FIRMA SM24 Nicholas Bartels SYC 19.0 7.0 7.0 [100.0C] 5.0
6   PIRELLI CELESTIAL 421 Sam Haynes CYCA 26.0 [100.0C] 10.0 8.0 8.0
7   GEORGIA 10000 Jim Farmer RNZYS 108.0 5.0 100.0C 3.0 [100.0C]
8 5.0S INVESTEC LOYAL SYD100 Peter Merrington CYCA 116.0 11.0 5.0 100.0C [100.0C]
9   CALM SM5252 Williams Van Der Slo RBYC 116.0 6.0 100.0C [100.0C] 10.0
10   WILD OATS XI 10001 John Hildebrand HIYC 117.0 8.0 9.0 100.0C [100.0C]
11   PRETTY FLY III 10007 Woods Colin CYCA 119.0 100.0C 6.0 [100.0C] 13.0
12   RODD&GUNN WEDGETAIL 11888 Bill Wild CYCA&RQYS 119.5 12.5 100.0C 7.0 [100.0C]
13   VELOCE SM602 Phil Simpfendorfer SYC 121.0 100.0C 12.0 [100.0C] 9.0
14   EQUINOX II 10101 Anthony Dunn CYCA 123.5 9.5 14.0 100.0C [100.0C]
15   LAHANA 10081 Millard/ Honan CYCA 125.5 9.5 16.0Y 100.0C [100.0C]
16   OCEAN AFFINITY RQ64 David Walker RQYS 131.5 12.5 19.0F 100.0C [100.0C]
17   RAGAMUFFIN 70 Syd Fischer RSYS 203.0 100.0C 3.0 100.0C [100.0C]
18   SCARLET RUNNER SM11 Robert Date SYC 204.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 4.0
19   WILD OATS X 7001 Mark Richards HIYC 205.0 100.0C 100.0C 5.0 [100.0C]
20   SECRET MENS BUS. 3.5 YC3300 Geoff Boettcher CYCSA 207.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 7.0
21   VAMP 43218 Peter Wrigley CYCA 209.0 100.0C 100.0C 9.0 [100.0C]
22 3R MINERVA 6837 Tim Cox RSYS 211.0 100.0C 11.0 100.0C [100.0C]
23   SHAMROCK M330 Tony Donnellan MYC 211.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 11.0
24   XLR8 SM460 Ray Shaw SYC 212.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 12.0
25   CHUTZPAH R33 Bruce Taylor RYCV 213.0 100.0C 13.0 100.0C [100.0C]
26   COLORTILE 67 Buchan Warren& Krist CSC&RMYC 215.0 100.0C 15.0 100.0C [100.0C]
27   ANGER MANAGEMENT 11011 Phil Arnall NCYC 217.0 100.0C 17.0Y 100.0C [100.0C]
28   WOT EVA 6953 Brad Allen CYCA 218.0 100.0C 18.0 100.0C [100.0C]




Audi IRC Australian Championships

Organised by Yachting Australia

Series Results [IRC Class B] up to Race 4 (Drops = 1)
Place Ties Boat Name Sail No Skipper From Sers Score Race 4 Race 3 Race 2 Race 1
1   VICTOIRE 1545 Darryl Hodgkinson CYCA 4.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 [3.0]
2   EXILE 46 Robert Reynolds MHYC 9.0 4.0 2.0 3.0 [6.0]
3   BALANCE 7771 Paul Clitheroe CYCA 10.0 2.0 3.0 [7.0] 5.0
4   WICKED SM4 Mike Welsh SYC 24.0 7.0 5.0G [100.0C] 12.0
5   ROCKALL III GER6333 Christopher Opielok RORC 108.0 100.0C [100.0C] 1.0 7.0
6   CANUTE MH85 Peter Horn MHYC 115.0 6.0 100.0C 9.0 [100.0C]
7   PAPILLON 6841 Phil Molony CYCA 128.0 13.0 15.0 100.0C [100.0C]
8   CALIBRE 7777 G Bonus R Williams CYCA 133.0 12.0 21.0F 100.0C [100.0C]
9   IKON H1010 Bruce McCraken HBYC 201.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 1.0
10   EXTASEA G4646R Paul Buchholz RGYC 202.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 2.0
11   EVOLUTION RACING YC4200 Ray Roberts CSC 203.0 3.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
12 3R PATRICE SIX 360 Tony Kirby CYCA 204.0 100.0C 4.0 100.0C [100.0C]
13 2R FENWICK SHIPPING 51408 Chris Rabbidge MHYC 204.0 100.0C 100.0C 4.0 [100.0C]
14   TWO TRUE YC400 Andrew Saies CYCSA 204.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 4.0
15 4R LUNCHTIME LEGEND RQ14 Robbo Robertson MYC 205.0 5.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
16   RISK 5944 Martin Cross RPAYC 205.0 100.0C 100.0C 5.0 [100.0C]
17 3R FLYING CLOUD 6808 Howard Piggott CYCA 206.0 100.0C 6.0 100.0C [100.0C]
18   IMAGINATION 35 Robin Hawthorn CYCA 206.0 100.0C 100.0C 6.0 [100.0C]
19   CLOSE HALLED M3 Graeme Hall LMYC 207.0 100.0C 7.0 100.0C [100.0C]
20 4R MATRIX 41 Andrew Parkes DSC/MYC 208.0 8.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
21 3R WIZZARD 6073 Mick Hinchey NCYCCPSC 208.0 100.0C 8.0 100.0C [100.0C]
22 2R OLD SCHOOL 8938 Mark Griffith RPAYC 208.0 100.0C 100.0C 8.0 [100.0C]
23   JUST A MINOR HICKUP B2 Peter Coleman RBYC 208.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 8.0
24 4R VIKING Q345 John Hatch FREDRIKSTAD 209.0 9.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
25 3R THE GOAT 7027 Bruce/Mitchel Foye/G CYCA 209.0 100.0C 9.0 100.0C [100.0C]
26   REVERIE B26 Alan Woodward RBYC 209.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 9.0
27 4R ULTIMATE POSITIONING RQ447 Tam Faragher RQYS 210.0 10.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
28 3R COPERNICUS 6689 Greg Zyner MYC/CYCA 210.0 100.0C 10.0 100.0C [100.0C]
29 2R KERISMA 11033 Grant Dawson Brent L MHYC 210.0 100.0C 100.0C 10.0 [100.0C]
30   BANDIT SM4040 Ashley Trebilcock SYC 210.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 10.0
31 4R IOTA 6838 John McNamara LMYC 211.0 11.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
32 3R AUDI CENTRAL COAST 6755 Ian Creak GFS 211.0 100.0C 11.0 100.0C [100.0C]
33   DRY WHITE OR1 Donald Fraser SYC 211.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 11.0
34   ONE FOR THE ROAD N40 Kym Butler NCYC 212.0 100.0C 12.0 100.0C [100.0C]
35 3R ELENI MH60 Tony Levett MHYC 213.0 100.0C 13.0G 100.0C [100.0C]
36   3 COOL CATS R41 Scott Mutton RSAYS 213.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 13.0
37 4R ANOTHER CHALLENGE SM2004 Chris Lewin RBYC 214.0 14.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
38 3R PRETTY WOMAN 545 Richard Hudson RPAYC 214.0 100.0C 14.0 100.0C [100.0C]
39   SWORDFISH TROMBONE R336 Tim Olding RYCV 214.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 14.0
40   JAZZ PLAYER S390 Andrew Lawrence RMYS 215.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 15.0
41 3R MRZ MH9 Phillip Rowe MHYC 216.0 100.0C 16.0 100.0C [100.0C]
42   SCHUSS B63 Denis McConnell RBYC 216.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 16.0
43 3R CHANCELLOR 6834 Ted Tooher ZMYC 217.0 100.0C 17.0 100.0C [100.0C]
44   CONCEALED WEAPON 8834 Barry Kelly NCYC 217.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 17.0
45 3R LAST TANGO 8975 Phillip King CYCA 218.0 100.0C 18.0 100.0C [100.0C]
46   BARNSTORMER SM424 Brian Barnes SYC 218.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 18.0
47 3R ELEKTRA R2099 Peter Gregory RMYC 219.0 100.0C 19.0 100.0C [100.0C]
48   NINETY SEVEN B9797 Alan Saunders RMYS 219.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 19.0
49 3R ICEFIRE R6572 Peter Tucker RYCV 220.0 100.0C 20.0 100.0C [100.0C]
50   SECOND TO NONE B220 Nola Walch RBYC 220.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 20.0
51   SECRETMENSBUSINESS 1 8300 Robert Curtis RPAYC 221.0 100.0C 21.0F 100.0C [100.0C]
51   CARBON CREDITS 6669 Trevor Bailey MHYC 221.0 100.0C 21.0F 100.0C [100.0C]
53   BIG KAHOONA 6603 Keith Creighton RMYC 300.0 100.0C 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]




Audi IRC Australian Championships

Organised by Yachting Australia

Series Results [IRC Class C] up to Race 4 (Drops = 1)
Place Ties Boat Name Sail No Skipper From Sers Score Race 4 Race 3 Race 2 Race 1
1   THEPHILOSOPHERS CLUB MH20 Peter Sorensen MHYC 6.0 2.0 [5.0] 1.0 3.0
2   L'ALTRA DONNA 6935 Andy Kearnan CYCA 9.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 [4.0]
3   ONYA 6777 Andrew Hurt MHYC 17.0 3.0 10.0F 4.0 [100.0C]
4   LOCAL HERO 1236 Matthew Bassett MHYC 104.0 1.0 100.0C 3.0 [100.0C]
5   PEREGRINE G154 Ryan Walker RGYC 110.0 100.0C [100.0C] 5.0 5.0
6 3R AROONA 6807 Anthony Paterson RMYC 201.0 100.0C 1.0 100.0C [100.0C]
7   EXECUTIVE DECISION R1121 Grant Botica RYCV 201.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 1.0
8 3R ARGUS 378 Colin Kimmorley SYC 202.0 100.0C 2.0 100.0C [100.0C]
9   PENFOLD AUDI SPORT R31 David Ellis RYCV 202.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 2.0
10   WILD ROSE 4343 Jenifer Wells CYCA 204.0 100.0C 4.0 100.0C [100.0C]
11   JESSANDRA RQ888 Peter Jamieson RQYS 205.0 5.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
12 4R RAPID TRANSIT 2608 Robert Dempsey BSC 206.0 6.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
13 3R WAVE SWEEPER 7407 Morgan Rogers CYCA 206.0 100.0C 6.0 100.0C [100.0C]
14 2R NINE DRAGONS 8330 Bob Cox MHYC 206.0 100.0C 100.0C 6.0 [100.0C]
15   AILERON 6785 Henk Welleman RPAYC 206.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 6.0
16 4R DOUBLE O SEVEN 771 Jeffrey Brown WSC 207.0 7.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
17 3R CYRENE 3 8412 Michael Selby CYCA 207.0 100.0C 7.0 100.0C [100.0C]
18 2R ONE MORE-NO MORE 8035 Ian & Shane Guanaria CYCA 207.0 100.0C 100.0C 7.0 [100.0C]
19   STITCHED UP SM1347 Peter Jackson SYC 207.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 7.0
20 4R NEAT ENG. WAILEA 16129 Neil Padden MHYC 208.0 8.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
21 3R AMANTE 6609 Dennis Cooper CYCA 208.0 100.0C 8.0 100.0C [100.0C]
22 2R SHEPHERD CENTRE 11407 Hugh Torode RSYS 208.0 100.0C 100.0C 8.0 [100.0C]
23   GIENAH S14 Rod Miller RMYS 208.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 8.0
24 4R SOUTHPORT MENTOR L320 Shane Smith SYC 209.0 9.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
25 3R ILLUSION 5356 Jonathan Stone DBSC 209.0 100.0C 9.0 100.0C [100.0C]
26   WIND SPEED SM3639 Les Browne SYC 209.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 9.0
27 4R BACARDI SM377 Martin Power SYC 210.0 10.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
28 3R PENDRAGON 5164 Andrew Cochrane CYCA 210.0 100.0C 10.0F 100.0C [100.0C]
29   ANOTHER PLANET YC521 Brenton Pegler CYCSA 210.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 10.0
30 4R KETCHUP 7014 Steven England YKBC 211.0 11.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
31   LAURELLE R35 Ray Borrett RYCV 211.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 11.0
32 4R KOKO 63344 Elizabeth Leslie GSC 212.0 12.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
33   LEETO G2002 Kevin Bell RGYC 212.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 12.0
34 4R LEE-WAY/ENSIGNRACING 135 Tony Horkings SYC 213.0 13.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
35   MRS OVERNEWTON S47 Leslie Norton RMYS 213.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 13.0
36 4R HAMILTON MENTOR L1 Roen Quinn PLYC 214.0 14.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]
37   MISTRESS B3607 Peter Hook RBYC 214.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C] 14.0
38   GRIZZLY 4018 Janet Dean WSC 215.0 15.0 100.0C 100.0C [100.0C]


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