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Inferno comes out on top in great battle for Corinthian title 

oct7 1sChicago, Illinois, October 6, 2017 -- It seems like the Farr 40 North Americans is becoming the personal playground of owner-driver Helmut Jahn and his Flash Gordon 6 team.

Evan Jahn shared steering duties with his father as Flash Gordon 6 finished first or second in all 10 races to capture the 2017 North American Championship on her home waters of Chicago. It was the third straight North American crown and fourth overall for Flash, which finished 20 points clear of the runner-up entry.

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sept28 northam1sChicago Yacht Club is hosting the Farr 40 North American Championship this week with racing running through Sunday on Lake Michigan, to keep up with the event be sure to follow our facebook and yachtscoring. It turns out this regatta is serving as a tuneup for the ultimate event.

Organizers of the Farr 40 Class Association are proud to announce that Chicago has been selected as site of the 2018 World Championship. Chicago Yacht Club will welcome the class from October 3 through 9, marking the second time the Windy City has hosted the Farr 40 World Championship.

Leif Sigmond, a Farr 40 owner since 2010, newly elected class president and current commodore of the Chicago Yacht Club, was thrilled that class management elected to come back to the city.

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sept26 ausfarr40 1sAlan Quick lead the Outlaw crew to victory today scoring a stunning 1.2.1 at the Farr 40 Australian season opener. Alan was delighted to win their first regatta. "There is a lot of depth and experience within our crew and our tactician Mike Fountain did a great job for us".

The father and son team shared the helm this weekend and Tom left his dad in a good position of first place going into the final day of racing.

Alan said, "I didn't feel any pressure on me today to maintain Tom's lead and last night we just talked about enjoying the boat and having fun. The thing that struck me the most about today, is that there is no difference in boat speed. Anyone can win and it's a real team effort. We just made less mistakes than everyone else".

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