Torbole (Garda Lake) – The never ending flight of the 69F Class continues to Torbole where, just a week after the conclusion of the Act 1 of the 69F Youth Foiling Gold Cup, the Circolo Vela Torbole is ready to host the Grand Prix 2 of the 69F Cup.

Seven international teams are ready to enjoy three days of intense racing, which the typical Lake Garda’s weather conditions could make absolutely unforgettable. Among them FIN1 Racing, winner of the Grand Prix 1 held in Malcesine less than one month ago and leader of the overall ranking. Led by Allan Noreegaard, the Finnish team will face the same opponents who fought until the end in the previous event: the runner-up Groupe Atlantic (FRA), with Clément Cron as skipper, and the third classified, as well as winner of the Fairplay Trophy, Katana Sailing Team (SUI), led by sailor Alexander de Weck.

Three teams that boast great experience in the 69F Class, experience that is not lacking either to Oceana Vivo (GBR) with Zachary Blomeley as skipper and team leader. The entry list is competed by CER Banque du Léman (SUI) with Alexander Ott as skipper, Team Pirogovo (UAE) with Alexander Ezhkov at the helm, and Kirill Frolov’s Team Ubex (ESP).

Races, scheduled from friday up to sunday, will be managed by the expert PRO David Bartol and by the Race Director Dede De Luca, both in the 69F Class since the beginning, The race course will be defined each day on the basis of the weather conditions. As usual, the event will assign valid points for the overall ranking of the 69F Cup.

The final moment of the 69F Cup Grand Prix 2 Torbole will be the prizegiving, scheduled at Circolo Vela Torbole on sunday afternoon.

To check the ranking of the 69F Cup GP 2 Torbole click here.

To check the 69F Cup overall ranking click here.

Avant Garde, Gottifredi Maffioli, Harken, North Sails, Vela Mania, Vakaros, WaterSportMarks, QI Composites, Wilson/Marquinez, Fraglia Vela Malcesine

Founded in 2018 in Verona (Italy), is the company that created and developed the 69F project. 69F is an integrated One-Design Boat, Race and Lifestyle format. The 69F project is the result of the commitment and skills of athletes, engineers and communication entrepreneurs who believe in the future of sailing hydrofoil and its affirmation in the world of professional regattas as well as in the world of lifestyle and amateur sport. The 69F team developed and built an innovative high-performance boat, they designed two captivating and sustainable competition formats and a sailing academy to train future young flying sailors and to entertain everyone, from pros to amateurs, with the aim of providing the ultimate foiling experience.