ORA to study boat-race wind conditions to enhance scoring methodologies

NEWPORT – The Newport-based nonprofit Offshore Racing Association has announced a research study along with the Marion Bermuda Cruising Yacht Race Association and Newport Bermuda Race Organizing Committee. Led by ORA Technical Director James Teeters, the project – called The ORA H-Zero Handicap Analysis – will use computer-modeled wind records to extract a summary of…

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