The IRC rule is
a yacht-rating rule aimed at cruiser and cruiser/racer type
boats typically raced by club sailors. In 2000, the IRC
rule was developed from and replaced the Channel Handicap
System rating rule. IRC is a rating rule meaning that each
boat's time corrector is calculated from her rated data in
an objective manner using exactly the same routine as for
all other boats. It is not a performance handicap system.
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