Sam Chan's Ffree Fire completed a handicap and line-honours double after the provisional results of the San Fernando Race were released yesterday. Ffree Fire arrived in the Philippines on Saturday, completing the 480-nautical mile race about 18 hours ahead of Outrageous in real time. It was more than five hours ahead of Mark Spiers' Bengal Tiger on corrected time, subject to any protests. Outrageous, skippered by Gerry Daughton, was provisionally fourth behind Y. K. Szeto's mainland Chinese crew aboard Tipsy Too. Peter Churchhouse's Moon Blue, the relay boat which held second place for a large part of the race, was eighth on handicap. Rick Hanslip's Vengeance and Ian Nicholson's Intrigue were fifth and sixth respectively, ahead of J. Kolosky's seventh-placed Mad Max. Ffree Fire recorded a time of 56 hours, 44 minutes and 32 seconds for the race, which started at Clearwater Bay at midday on Thursday. The time was well outside the race record of 50 hours and two minutes, set by Rothmans eight years ago. Armando Cazzola's Enamorado took provisional honours in the PYS handicap division, beating out Musketelle by more than three hours on corrected time. The only multi-hull in the race, Marc Cudennec's catamaran Pesket An Eol, was not placed because it motored for a while when it went too far south of the recommended racing line.