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TP 61 Team Origin, GBR 1851
à jour au: 2019
2010 plan Juan Kouyoumdjian, construit au chantier SaltHouse à Auckland (NZL)

 

2010 17 mai, Trophée du Portugal, Cascais: 4 - 9 - 2 - 4 - 2 - 1 - 7 - 13,5 - 10 - 7 = 59.5pts, 5e/11, Ben AINSLIE et Iain Percy, Andrew Simpson et Juan Vila
16 juin, Trophee de Marseille: 31pts, 5e/10
16 juin, Régate Camper, Barcelone: 10 - 6 - 3 - 3 - 9 - 7 - 8 - 1 - 7 - 9 = 63pts, 6e/11
25 aout, Carthagene, Region of Murcia T.: 3 - 1 - 3 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 16,5 - 7 - 1 - 9 = 46,5pts, 3e/11
21 septembre, Trophée Région de Sardaigne: 7 - 4 - 4 - 8 - 4 - 2 - 10,5 - 2 = 41,5pts, 6e/10
2010 Med Cup: 241pts, 4e/11

2011 Bow modified and a new fin and bulb installed along with new sails.
25 juin, Tour de l´île de Wight: 1er/1902 en 4h43' temps reel, 2e/53 Division 0, Sir Keith MILLS
6 aout, Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week: 3 - 4 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 3 = 17pts, 2e/11 IRC 0
Octobre, For Sale Salthouse TP 52 Current Price: EUR  800,000, Year: 2010 Located in FL, United States, TEAM ORIGIN which is a 2010 Juan K design is now for sale. Built for the 2010 med Cup circuit, and built by Salthouse Boats in New Zealand, there was no expense spared to make her the very best boat in the TP 52 class. Sailed by the former Bristish AC contenders, she was always in the hunt for podium finishes in every race of the five event program. In teh Winter of 2011 Team Origin had her bow modified and a new fin and bulb installed along with new sails.  Her one and only regatta was 2011 Cowes week where she won her class.  She will be available directly after the 2012 Key West race week in Florida

2012 Vessel chartered by Hap Fauth for Key West Race:
Team Bella Mente, GBR 1851N
17 janvier, Quantum Key West Race Week: 4, 4, 5, 2, 1, 4, 5, 8, 5, 1 = 39pts, 3e/8 IRC2 (52 Class), Hap FAUTH

5°West, GBR 1851
2013 30 mars, RORC Easter Challenge: 1er/?? IRC 1, Sir Keith MILLS avec Rob Greenhalgh et Paul Goodison.
Picture from RORC Easter Challenge website,

17 mai, Vice Admiral's Cup Regatta: 2e/3 TP 52
1er juin, JP Morgan Round the Island: 1er/681 IRC ttc, 4h35' elapsed, 6h20' corrected, IRC: 1,382
5 juillet, RORC IRC Nationals: 2 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 2 = 2e/3 IRC 0
3 aout, Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week: 3e/?? IRC Big Boat Series

2015 November, on TP52 website, owner: Ben Copley, and new name:
Kodo,

2018 June, on TP52 website, owner: Ray Roberts, and new name:
Millenium Racing 2,
Team Hollywood, AUS 888
Juillet, Phuket Raceweek: 1er/6 IRC 1, Ray ROBERTS

2019 25 mai, Samui Regatta, Thailand: 4 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 3 - 1 - 2 = 2e/6 IRC 0, Ray ROBERTS
August, For Sale, Hull Material Carbon Fibre, Previous Names: TeamOrigin, 5 degrees West.  British 2010 Team Origin America Cup Team. Training Boat. Team Origin decided to build a new TP52 for the 2010 season and engaged with Juan Kouyoumdjian and his design team as the Principal Designer of the boat. Juan and his team have worked closely with the Team Origin sailing team in developing the new boat and the process they followed has reflected closely that of an AC design process for the purposes of training and testing.  The most evident difference between TeamOrigin 1851 and the rest of the Audi MedCup fleet is in her forefoot at the bow which has a chine - a shape not a million miles from that of a Star.  The TeamOrigin boat's appendages also differ from the class norm. The bulb is longer than the ones fitted on the other TP52s and controversially has winglets fitted at the aft end. According to Juan K, the reason the bulb is longer is because it was designed to have the winglets, which are there he says "to help balance the boat". The keel foil profile is also different with a longer chord but a narrower section. The rudder is also substantially larger than the norm.  The keel and the hull are such that the team are already aware that their boat is strong upwind but lacking pace downwind.  "We haven't come across anyone who is faster yet upwind, " says Mike Sanderson. "There are some who are faster at changing gears while we are still learning how to sail a TP. All the R&D we did into the class, holding a lane was a big part of it. And the boat is going nicely upwind. The wings are there to get leeway down a little bit and we think we are doing that. But things are all well and good - we have a click upwind and we are missing a click downwind. " Juan K adds: "This is the problem you have when designing your first TP52 against people who are doing their fifth or sixth generation. I don't have that feeling between upwind and downwind ratios. We built it too much for upwind, but it is no big deal to correct it. We have the biggest rudder, the biggest keel, the biggest bulb and we have winglets and all that kills it [downwind performance], so doing better downwind, making up a lower wetted surface bulb and a smaller rudder isn't going to hurt upwind, but it is going to be much better downwind. The idea is to improve where you are weak - downwind for us - because upwind we are really good. There is no problem there. I am happy because it is a lot easier problem to solve when you are fast upwind and slow downwind than the other way around. ", US $550,000, located in Thailand,