If there's one consistent thing about Bermuda race, it's that there's nothing consistent about it. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, its associated eddies, and the sometime complex weather systems coming off the East Coast, no two races are the same. In 1998, the fleet started in a light breeze that just never got any better. Boats were still motoring in days after all the ceremonies had ended. In 2000, a strong reaching breeze rocketed the fleet to within about 100 miles of Bermuda, but then the breeze shut down, compressing the fleet so much that all the entries finished within 12 hours of one another. That's why the defending Lighthouse Trophy winner this year is Eric Crawford's Restless, a 37-year-old Pearson 41.