North Sails president Ken Read explains explains why the double skinned ‘soft’ sails that are used on the America’s Cup boats are much faster upwind than the wings of the previous Cup boats – See Video here
To win the 36th America’s Cup you must first win the Prada Challenger Selection Series. That winner will challenge the Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand, in the 36th America’s Cup Match
Since May 2019 the story of INEOS TEAM UK has been captured in a series of works by celebrated watercolour artist Alexander Creswell. Over the past two years Alexander has spent countless hours with the team
Ineos Team UK were back out on the water Wednesday afternoon (NZL time) in Auckland, after a Christmas period spent in the boatshed . . . See Video
The America’s Cup Challenger of Record, Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli, has informed the media that no further practice racing is planned before the PRADA Cup.
Following the recent America’s Cup World Series in Auckland, team members comment on the AC75 class design concept and what to expect in the 2021 racing
The Italian media have compared the performance of the four America’s Cup teams and concluded that Luna Rossa has the winning package!
Ben Ainslie and his Ineos team are working through the Christmas and New Year celebrations on modifications to their second generation AC75, Britannia, in preparation for the Prada Challenger Selection Series
Deep dive into a 360-degree view of Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli and look around. Discover each corner of this intense and immersive experience
Matt Sheahan reports from Auckland on the Prada America’s Cup World Series where he starts by going back to another period in the Cup when extreme machines were the order of the day
INEOS Team UK are back in the shed in Auckland to complete the upgrades needed to make their AC75 competitive across all wind ranges.
A possible lifeline was thrown to Ben Ainslie and the Ineos Team UK from Quantum Sails President Vittorio d’Albertas and his colleague Pietro Pinucci