At the RC44 Cascais Cup, a two metre swell and light breeze that never topped eight knots, demanded maximum concentration from the owner drivers on the first day of fleet racing.
It was two of the British teams competing in Portugal that had the most consistent results. Team Aqua were the top performer of the day, finishing with a two, three, one score-line to take the overnight lead and a consistent performance from John Bassadone’s Peninsula Petroleum leave them second overall, three points off the lead.
Including interviews with Andy Horton (USA), Chris Bake (GBR) and Vasco Vascotto (ITA)
by RC44 Class Association
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8:47 AM Fri 4 Oct 2013GMT
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