Who will crack first? The third day of racing and the same result . . . all square after six races, but when the break-through comes expect a sudden and swift finish
Matt Sheahan talks to INEOS Team UK grinder and Cup fanatic David ‘Freddie’ Carr about what we saw on Day 1 and 2 of the America’s Cup and why it matters.
Racing for the second day of the 36th America’s Cup stayed on the notorious ‘no passing lanes’ course E, making the starts crucial and highlighted how evenly matched the two teams are in light conditions.
Kiwi helm Pete Burling admits to a bit of ‘rustiness’ in the their suprise loss in the second race of the 36th America’s Cup in Auckland on Wednesday . . . can he do better on day 2 ?
With the first two America’s Cup races done, both teams have points on the leaderboard, this is not what the Kiwis expected, they have a race on their hands!
With the 36th America’s Cup about to make a delayed start in lockdown Auckland, the two competing teams have been talking up the event.
Here we have two videos that show you just how the images you see on-line and on TV media are captured from the air and from sea level
The New Zealand Government announced a reduction in alert levels from Sunday. Auckland will drop to Level 2 with the rest of New Zealand on Level 1
Day 5 of Lockdown in Auckland and the 36th America’s Cup is approaching fast, with the first racing expected on Wednesday 10 March, if COVID restrictions and weather conditions allow
Never complain, never explain. ‘ Immortalised by Benjamin Disraeli, Team New Zealand boss Grant Dalton has added a twist to that pithy maxim . . . never forget, never forgive
Monday 1 March at 16:03 local time was the deadline for both America’s Cup teams to define and finalise the configuration of their boats for the Match.