Ellison splashes US$50 million on first SailGP season

The first season of the new SailGP circuit is reckoned to have cost Larry Ellison 50 million dollars and is set to continue for 5 years . . .

SailGP Final – Australia win the US$1,000,000 prize pot

Tom Slingsby and SailGP Australia win the final Match Race in Marseille for the US$1,000,000 prize

SailGP Final – China spring a suprise win

The second day of the Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final and the only suprise was the first race win for Phil Robertson and the China SailGP Team

SailGP Final – Outteridge and Slingsby confirm face-off for the US$1 million prize

Australia and Japan SailGP teams confirmed that they will be face off Sunday for the most US$1 million prize pot, at the Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final

Spot the difference . . . First there was SailGP . . . Now there is eSailGP

SailGP has joined with Virtual Regatta and World Sailing in the esports arena with the launch of eSailGP

SailGP Grand Final – $1,000,000 Final looks out of reach for Brits in Marseille

The Great Britain SailGP team have a mountain to climb at the final stage of the first season of the SailGP event, but can they do a Ben Stokes ?

SailGP Cowes – Images from the race day

Due to the extreme weather conditions on Saturday, racing was reduced to three fleet races on Sunday

SailGP – Crowd pleasing action at Cowes

Conditions boardered on extreme at the European debut of SailGP at Cowes Week, where Australia’s Tom Slingsby proved once again that he is the one to beat

Great Britain SailGP team break the elusive 50 knot barrier

Tuesday Dylan Fletcher and the Great Britain SailGP team became the first to break the elusive 50 knot barrier, achieving a boat speed of 50.2 knots

British Youth Racers to star in SailGP Cowes pre-show

Eighteen lucky youngsters from south coast Sailing Clubs will take part in an exciting warm-up show at the SailGP Cowes event this weeekend