The Australia SailGP Team, skippered by Tom Slingsby, beat France and the United States in the three-team winner-takes-all Final to move up to first in the Season Championship.
After two disastrous races, Paul Goodison, driving the British boat, finally got the start right in race 3 and led at the first mark.
The Great Britain Sail Grand Prix, taking place on Plymouth Sound on 17-18 July, pits SailGP’s eight national teams against each other in the race to be crowned third event winner of Season 2
SailGP’s F50 catamaran is one of the most cutting-edge racing boats to ever hit the water. A key player is the Driver who not only steers, but also controls the rudder differential; a priority task to ensure perfect foiling.
The United States, Japan and Spain made it to the final Winner Takes All race at the Sail Grand Prix event in Taranto, Italy.
The Great Britain SailGP Team took flight on Taranto Harbour in southern Italy with Paul Goodison as Driver for the first time, as training began for the Italy Sail Grand Prix this weekend
Ben Ainslie and the Great Britain SailGP Team won the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix with a dramatic winner-takes-all final podium race.
The SailGP season 2 opener will start a day earlier than planned because of Saturday’s forecast of unfavourable light winds.
The Daily Telegraph has reported that Olympic double medallist, Hannah Mills, has joined the Ben Anslie’s SailGP team in Bermuda.
SailGP have received permission to continue its operations at Cross Island, Bermuda, for the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix scheduled for 24 and 25 April
With many countries around the world, including those in southern Europe, still in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic, the GC32 Racing Tour is to delay the start of their 2021 season.
All operations at SailGP’s racing facility on Cross Island have been suspended in compliance with the Bermuda Government’s latest Covid-19 restrictions, which came into effect this morning, 13 April