Early lead for Eagan at Viper 640 North Americans

Published on October 25th, 2017

Fort Walton Beach, FL (October 25, 2017) – It was a glamour start for the 55 teams competing in the four day Viper 640 North American Championship with sunshine and winds in the mid-teens delivering four solid races.

Sailing a near perfect day, Marcus Eagan with his team of Jackson Benvenutti and Andrew Eagan rolled a 2-1-1 before a starting penalty on the fourth race raised their day one score to 21 points. However, that still gives them the lead by five points over Zeke Horowitz with Brad Boston a point further back in third.

Patrick Ryan, sailing with Norman Vallette and Langston Goldenberg, lead the 20 entrants in the Corinthian fleet.

Racing is planned for October 25 to 28.

Top 10 of 55 (4 races)
1. Cajun Underwriting , USA263, Marcus Eagan – 2 -1 -1 -17 ; 21
2. Moxie, USA287, Zeke Horowitz – 10 -2 -13 -1 ; 26
3. Jackpot, CAN235, Brad Boston – 12 -9 -2 -4 ; 27
4. Southern, USA250, Patrick Ryan – 5 -15 -6 -5 ; 31
5. Choppy Seas , USA221, Thomas Loutrel – 1 -4 -3 -25 ; 33
6. Mambo Kings, GBR237, Justin Scott – 4 -7 -14 -9 ; 34
7. ‘Merica, USA255, Paul Kleinschrodt – 7 -5 -26 -2 ; 40
8. Mo’ Grins, USA208, Dave Nickerson / Moise Solomon – 3 -11 -23 -3 ; 40
9. True Grit, USA283, John Dane III – 23 -3 -10 -14 ; 50
10. Chaos, USA284, Brian Harrison – 20 -8 -16 -7 ; 51

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