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Cape2Rio: Maserati and Giovanni Soldini set new speed record

Maserati has set a new record in the longest race between two southern hemisphere continents

Cape2Rio: Maserati has finished and set new course record

Giovanni Soldini’s Volvo 70 Maserati has crossed the line first and set a new course record.

Cape2Rio: Maserati on course for new race record

Maserati and Giovanni Soldini continue to lead fleet 20 miles off Rio de Janeiro.

Cape2Rio: all is well on Jon Sanders’ Perie Banou

All is well on Perie Banou as they keep the pace up on the 3,300 mile race to Rio.

Cape2Rio: Maserati confident of finish well ahead of rivals

Maserati reports their nearest rivals are lagging behind as they race the last 350 miles to Rio.

Cape2Rio: Jon Sanders’ Perie Banou race update

It is amazing how four blokes can go about their individual daily routines, all of them, in sequence.

Cape2Rio: Australia’s Perie Banou, race update

West Australia’s Perie Banou has finally been able to send through a report on their race to date.

Cape2Rio: Maserati making a spanking 20 knots

Maserati is two-thirds of the way to Rio and is making 20 knots in the 20-knot South Atlantic trade winds.

Cape2Rio: latest update after one week at sea

Australia’s Scarlet Runner is over half-way to Rio and still holds their second place on handicap.

Cape2Rio: Maserati holds lead

Maserati continues to lead and is now 1,500 miles from the Rio finish line.