KEY WEST, Fla.-A few days ago, I would've laid good money on the Farr 40 class being one class that wouldn't have it's 2007 Acura Key West Race Week championship locked up before the final race. There were a few reasons for this. The primary one was the fact that the class doesn't usually allow any throwouts. In addition, while the 17-boat fleet is smaller than in previous years, it was completely devoid of, as one veteran Farr 40 tactician told me, "any fluff." This is a group that is, top to bottom, full of well-organized and talent-laden programs. The fleet is littered with world champions, including at least four former class world champions. The final reason, which I wouldn't technically have known until I started sailing, was the fact that Division 1, for whatever reason, was subject to a very precocious and unpredictable breeze, with 30- and 40-degree shifts seemingly appearing out of no where throughout the week. Keeping a handle on the breeze was an impossible task, or almost an impossible task.