Auckland (NZ), March 14, 2021 - Day 4 of the final Match for the 36th America’s Cup comes an end with racing canceled. Barring a brief spell at the very beginning of the afternoon, breeze on Course A - the same chosen for racing the previous day- failed to build and never remained stable enough to allow racing.
The program resumes tomorrow, with races 7 and 8, in conditions that promise to be more consistent than today, of 10-14 knots from south-east.
Max Sirena, Skipper e Team Director
"It’s always good to go out on the water, we know that when you are at the bottom of the limit you could race or possibly not, today the sea breeze was struggling to come in and we knew it was a day with marginal conditions.
But there is always something to be learned, we tried a few different entries in the pre-start box, just to make sure we were ready, at pace with everything and with the setup of the boat. Every time you go out on the water and you don’t race you learn something, there is always something positive to take home. Tomorrow conditions should be good and we should be able to race and.. we’ll se what happens.”