Day 2 of the Chicago SailGP saw Tom Slingsby and the Australia team win their second SailGP event
Ben Ainslie has fired warning shots at Tom Slingsby’s Australia SailGP Team ahead of the T-Mobile United States Sail Grand Prix Chicago at Navy Pier, describing the team’s confidence as a ‘huge motivator’
Inspire Racing aims to make foiling more accessible and offers opportunities to young locals that connects them with the pinnacle of the sport.
SailGP commentators Stevie Morrison, David ‘Freddie’ Carr and Todd Harris agreed the Black Flag was the correct repercussion for such a ‘reckless’ manoeuvre.
The Aussie team dominated the podium race of the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess to claim the opening title of the season.
The nine national SailGp teams be on the start line for Day 2 of the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess, at 18:00 hrs Sunday 15 May
Ben Ainslie’s Great Britain SailGP Team claimed two race wins of the three races completed on day one of the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix
Nine national SailGp teams will go head-to-head on the start line at the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess, with newcomers Canada and Switzerland racing for the very first time
Outteridge reveals that Japan SailGP are broke. Outteridge made the revelation at Friday mornings press conference to launch the opening event of SailGP season 3, the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess.
Ben Ainslie and his Great Britain SailGP Team will be back on the racetrack for the first event of SailGP Season 3, which commences with the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess this weekend 14/15 May.
Due to the delay in preparing Nathan Outteridge’s Japan team F50, a bespoke scoring system will operate for the Season 2 runner up.