IThey have struck a balance between the last Emirates team New Zealand and Italian Luna Rossa in the final of the 36th America’s Cup and at the end of the second day, they tie the Auckland waters with two wins in the competition. New Zealand).
The New Zealand government has lowered the warning level for Kovid-19 to 1 and the village of Regatta has been opened to thousands of fans Attacking all public areas, boats of about half a mile are placed on the boundaries of the race course so that they can move forward.
Regatta director Ian Murray had to delay starting the first summer because many of those boats were out of safety limits.
This Friday it has been shown that whoever manages a better start can prevail in Regatus, Since there is no longer any surprise factor and the one who comes first at the end of the first section can no longer beat his opponent if they make no mistake.
Luna Rossa reported technical problems in raising foam about an hour before the start (ailerons) and technical staff, who used to try to solve it by boarding the boat and manage it for about 30 minutes before the first exam of the day (the third race) began.
The 9–10 knots (16 to 18 km / h) wind range in principle supported Luna Rossa and her co-patrons and Jimmy Spiethle, who directed the debut, was aware of this, although New Zealand players Did not give much advantage and attacked directly to take them away for 10 seconds at the end of the first segment.
‘Luna Rossa’, in Frent
From there, the ‘Luna Rossa led the entire regatta, taking a 27-second lead at the halfway mark. Peter Burling, Captain of New Zealand. He tried to put pressure on his opponent, but the Italians made no mistake. His AC75 was slightly faster than ‘Te Rahutai’ (Sea Breeze) and his advantage was 37 seconds to cross the finish line while crossing the finish line (2-1).
A northern wind of 9–10 knots remained in the fourth heat and New Zealanders could allow a new Italian victory. Luna Rossa tried to suppress in the pre-start, but it was Burling who managed to get his opponent almost out of line, although the Italians reacted well.
Again the start was equal but the ‘Kiwi’ postponed the ‘fight’ to deal with Luna Rossa And they moved to control the race course with crosses from right to left. He had a 9-second advantage at the end of the first leg, which he extended to 34 midway through the course.
At a brisk pace, the Te Reutha ‘reached 35 knots (68 km / h) under 9 knots (16 km / h) winds, which widened to 650 meters to achieve a clear victory. The competition was rebalanced (2–2).
This Saturday the competition will begin at 16:15 local time (03:15 GMT) with two new races.