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Sailing Fluids Joint Papers
If there are a bunch of them lined up below you — might as well tack out for clean air. Every time Bruce Peterson manages to either hold me off start to finish, or come back from me having beaten him to the first windward mark to take the heat from me, that point is driven home again and again. Yes, you can do slalom in 12 knots. In Formula, though, you can be up over your ears in challenge — both technically and tactically — in as little as 10 knots. Just still am puzzled why the PWA stepped away from Formula.
Still think it is a great mistake. JW, I think the reason PWA went away from formula has nothing to do with how rewarding or not rewarding it is for the racer — but more with how cost-effectively it can be marketed to audiences through media packages and on-site and thus to sponsors. Some thoughts on PWA slalom racing, formula, and competition and its marketability :.
Andreas — so true. Definitely enjoying the fickle knot days more than the consistent 20 knot days where I would get punished. I wonder if it had anything to do with the disastrous season they had in the Nestle World Cup events? I still personally believe that any discipline should have a high pinnacle, for the younger sailors on the tour to aspire to.
All arguments of not having formula around anymore may be valid, still I believe it also has something to do with seeiing the opportunity to get us mortals back into buying lots of slalom gear again. Most sailors like to have two boards to cover a big range. In previous years this was one of the reasons to start formats like 42 or 31 sails-board. NOw PWA is up to 36 and slowely they hope we will also buy more sails and boards?? In the end that will be better for us mortals. In Holland we now have a format that we do formula upto 16 knots and from that up we do slalom.
Personally I find it a bit sad to mis formula in the stronger winds but the compromise is ok. There is no limit on gear though… which here in Holland is no big problem so far. Maybe in the future a 63 format but then including formula would be a good alternative. Almost always able to compete as soon as planing is possible and no overload on equipment. Is that just for the Regio Cups or all the events? At the racing series we do in Sydney, we only do slalom when its perfect.
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Sean, Another great article — thanks for the insight. I know they are both on starboard. During manouvres you need to stay clear from other sailors. So the leading boat may not tack in diagram C, cause he can not do so and not hinder the other boat. There is one exception, if they together run into an island or other not moving object the leading boat must be allowed to tack. In all other cases the following boat may even take the leading boat far over the lay line as well. In battles for final ranking this is sometimes done while others pass them to take the race they only focus on each other just to prevent winning the race.
Only option for the leading boat here is to try and get above the following sailor or just for afew seconds stop and let the following boat pass after which he can tack and go further on the next tack. One thing though, the formula saling is so damm fast that these tactics are not that common as one can see them in slower boats or longboard racing. This is the same for windshifts, faster boats lose more ground on the manouvre then they lose on sailing on at the less attractive side of the shift.
So there where a longboard especially in sub planning mode will take to take advantage of the windshift a formula sailor will continue on his tack to keep up the pace as much as possible. The benefit of the shift must be equal or greater then the loss on the manouvre. So beiing able to quick manouvres will make the oppotunity to benefit from shifts greater.
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With the tendency to shorten the upwind leg the tacking for windshift will be even less attractive cause the time consuming tack will take to much time whil the upwind leg is to short to be able to benefit enhough from the shift before rounding the mark. Long upwind legs are better for tactics, if the upwind is shortenend the appealing formula tactics fade, that would be a pitty cause then we will be sailing in a parade more, then we battle for up and downwind meters.
On the other side a gate makes for more manouvres which in itself is more attractive cause that is also a part of the game.
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