Not much time for a report, but suffice to say it was wet, wet, wet. But there was a good breeze of 10 to 20 knots from an ESE direction, which shifted around a bit during the day as the fronts went through. We did see a small rainbow, during the early sunny period that lasted for a minute and then was replaced by rain.
Here are the overall results with an emphatic win from James Edwards in first, David Potter from Birkenhead in second and Henning Faas from Germany in third.
A small selection of photos from Day 2 courtesy of Alan Watkinson are available in the Gallery