After the previous Sunday, March 5th when the course for the first race was suitable for the second race, without adjustment from the first, Mother Nature gave the Race
From midweek, the forecast for this past Sunday of Viking Marine sponsored Frostbite racing was favourable from a wind perspective – westerlies of the order of 10 – 12
On Sunday past, 26th February, a full quota of races was completed for the Viking Marine sponsored Frostbites with all starts being clean, and some decidedly conservative. The overall
To use footballing parlance, yesterday’s Viking Marine sponsored Frostbite session was “a game of two halves.” In the first half we had a blustery race with winds building in
After a Sunday of too much breeze, followed by a Sunday of variable breeze, the Viking Marine Frostbites fleet had a Sunday where the wind was much more
There are days when it is difficult for competitors, there are days when it is difficult for the Race Officer and then there are days when it is difficult
With “Frostbites Director” Neil Colin off on a sporting holiday, the decision on whether to race yesterday fell squarely on the shoulders of the day’s Race Officer, Cormac Bradley,
The Race Management Team from DMYC and the weather combined to get another two races completed in the Viking Marine sponsored Series 2 Frostbites in Dun Laoghaire yesterday.