22 competitors out of the 35 racing on the Solitaire du Figaro 2020 had opted for Incidence Sails and ¼ of the fleet was fully equipped by Incidence.
This success is mainly due to the quality of the profiles drawn by Ronan Floch for the flat sails and Maxime Paul for the spinnaker and gennaker. The foundations laid last year have proven to be successful since the first sea trials of the Figaro 3 and have met the sailors’ requirements with great success (a podium and the first two rookies on Solitaire du Figaro in 2019).
At the end of the competition this year (which only had 3 legs due to a lack of wind), 5 skippers in the top ten were equipped with Incidence sails and the first two rookies had also chosen the first french sailmaker for their first Solitaire.
Congratulations to all of them and to Armel Le Cléac’h for his spectacular victory !
3rd Tom LAPERCHE (Bretagne CMB Espoir)
6th Fabien DELAHAYE (Laboratoires Gilbert)
8th Yann ELIES (Queguiner Matériaux – Leucémie Espoir)
9th Pierre QUIROGA (Skipper Macif 2019)
10th Alan ROBERTS (Seacat Services)
12th et 1rst bizuth Kevin BLOCH (Team Vendée Formation)
18th et 2nd bizuth Nils PALMIERI (Team Work)
The 22 skippers equipped with Incidence Sails, 9 of them sailing exclusively with Incidence sails.
Lois BERREHAR (Bretagne CMB Performance)
R – Kevin BLOCH (Team Vendée Formation)
R – Elodie BONAFOUS (Bretagne CMB Oceane)
Fabien DELAHAYE (Laboratoires Gilbert)
R – Violette DORANGE (Devenir)
Yann ELIES (Queguiner Matériaux – Leucémie Espoir)
Sam GOODCHILD (Leyton)
Benoit HOCHART (La chaine de l’espoir)
Tom LAPERCHE (Bretagne CMB Espoir)
R – Erwan LE DRAOULEC (Skipper Macif 2020)
Martin LE PAPE (Fondation STARGARDT)
Xavier MACAIRE (Groupe SNEF)
Gildas MAHE (Breizh Cola)
R – Marc MALLARET (C.E.R Occitanie)
Robin MARAIS (Ma chance moi aussi)
Anthony MARCHAND (Groupe Royer – Secours Populaire)
Achille NEBOUT (Be Green Ocean) (Delta Voile, Incidence Group)
R – Nils PALMIERI (Team Work)
Eric PERON (French Touch)
Pierre QUIROGA (Skipper Macif 2019)
Alan ROBERTS (Seacat Services)
Phil SHARP (Oceanslab)
Photo Bernard Le Bars