2020 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
Whilst the 2020 Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race has been cancelled this year amid COVID-19 concerns, the spirit of the InfoTrack Supermaxi stays alive and proud.
Super Maxi InfoTrack’s Skipper Christian Beck has congratulated the crew on their hard work and training to prepare for the 2020 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race that was cancelled.
Most of the 2020 InfoTrack crew have raced together on InfoTrack for the last four years including: Christian Beck, Owner/Skipper; Tony Mutter, Sailing Master; Chris Nicholson, Tactician; Ty Oxley, Boat Captain; Bradshaw Kellett, Navigator; Lucas Chapman; Alex Gough; Mitchell White; Mustafa Ingham and Ryan Philips. Joining the crew for the first time this year were sailors Al Turner, Troy Trindle, Sam Newton, Charlie Wyatt and Matt Pearce.
The Sydney to Hobart first timers were: Ira Kudrisahova, Head of Development and Brendan Smart, Chief Revenue Officer from InfoTrack; Rachel Williams, software developer, LEAP and Matt Jackson, General Manager, CreditorWatch. The employees were chosen to participate as a reward and recognition for their longevity and excellence at work.
In 2019, InfoTrack won the Jack Rooklyn Memorial Trophy and Cannon as the First Yacht out of Sydney Heads, while also receiving CYCA Trophies for second over the line and third in IRC Division 0.
We thank each and every one of you for your ongoing encouragement and support.
InfoTrack yacht details
|DESIGNER||Juan Kouyoumdjian (ARG)|
|TYPE||100ft Super Maxi|
|NUMBER OF HOBARTS||4|
|CLUB||Greenwich Flying Squadron, NSW|
|CREW||C Beck (Owner), Joe Akacich (Skipper), Tony Mutter (Safety Master), Chris Nicholson, Ty Oxley, Bradshaw Kellett, Curtis Blewett, Lucas Chapman, Alexander Gough, Mitchell White, Brad Jackson, Carlos Hernandez, Antonio Mons, Guillermo Altadill, Mal Parker, Steve Wallace, Roger Snell, Mustafa Ingham, Kristy Bullock, Denis Niclair, Josh Bicknell, Patrick Coghlan|
“We are all gutted, but what a privilege to have sailed with you all and experienced what we have. Watching you all work was something to behold, and your patience in having us newbies aboard will always be appreciated. Thank you all for an amazing experience. Memories I will have forever.”
"We did not get to sail S2H, but you guys have influenced lives of a few people (such as myself) heavily. It’s worth something at the end!”