The 2005 running of the classic Transpac race is in it's final stretch, and as the racers arrive in Hawaii during the next couple of days, the stories will begin to unfold. Years from now, looking back, the sailing writers will no doubt recall the epic battle between the so-called turbosleds--Pyewacket, Morning Glory, and Genuine Risk--as one of the highlights of the Transpac centennial edition. And, of course, the outstanding debut of Philippe Kahn's Transpac 52 Pegasus. And, last but hardly least, the final Transpac event for competitor Roy Disney and the last of his many Pyewackets; Disney, now in his mid-70s, is hanging up his Topsiders after a remarkable racing career. When you talk about Old School racing sailors, you certainly talk about Roy Disney.