The following header photo is of perennial Classic Moth champion, Floridian Jeff Linton, rolling downwind in his modified Mistral design, Mousetrap. I must say that Jeff is one of the most approachable, laid back, sailing hot-shots I've ever come across. He is also one of the few hot-shots (maybe the only one) that is comfortable doing a program where he will personally build his own racing craft out of wood; one of the reasons you can still find him racing his own build Classic Moth.
Jeff controlling two competitors upwind in the recently completed 2019 Classic Moth Midwinters.
And another photo of Jeff from the 2011 E-City Nationals.
I'm trying to catch up on items I have conveniently put on the back-burner on this blog.
Here are the Results of the 2018 Classic Moth Nationals - about 6 months late:
|Joe Bousquet||1,3,1,1,1,,1||Swiss Dunand|
|John Zseleczky||3,2,3,3,3,1,||Y2K Mistral|
|Zach Balluzo||4,5,5,5,4,5,||Y2K Mistral|
|George Albaugh||5,4,6,4,7,4,||Europe Wood (Gen I winner)|
|Erik Albaugh||7,6,4,,8,7,4||Olympic Europe (Gen 1)|
|Sam Moncia||,7,8,6,6,6,6||Olympic Europe (Gen 1)|
|Dan Janeway||,8,9,9,9,9,5||Ventnor (Vintage winner)|
|Bill Boyle||10,10,10,10,11,10,||Abbott (Vintage)|
|Don Hewitt||11,11,12,11,10,,11||Connecticut (Vintage)|
|C. Hatcher||13,13,,12,13,12,7||Post Ara (Vintage)|
- Joe Bousquet and the Swiss Dunand Moth.
- Another Linton Header Photo.
- And another Linton Header Photo.