LDV Comanche has a great start to the Rolex Sydney Hobart Race, until light winds and an alleged near miss cause havoc through the heads.
Well, its that time of the year. The 2017 Rolex Sydney Hobart, Australia’s most famous yacht race, will capture the nation’s attention this Boxing day, with conditions set to excite spectators and crews alike.
Could we see all four 100 foot yachts fighting each other up a sulky Derwent River on Wednesday night? That tantalising climax of the race for line honours has been more than hinted at by the weather patterns taking shape in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race over the next few days.
The race picture is starting to take shape for the Rolex Sydney Hobart, as conditions look set to provide a fast downwind race.
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