Duality between which living in Auckland Luna Rossa y Emirates Team New Zealand Is still at its peak. Despite taking only two days of competition, it 36th America’s Cup It is offering very good sailing moments and furthermore, it is showing tremendous similarity with both boats. The second day, as it happened last Wednesday, ended with a draw and The scoreboard represents a 2–2 that raises even more doubts about who will be the winner of this Copa America.. It is certain that from this Friday there will be no rest days. Is the first winner to reach seven wins.
The start of the day in Auckland was not easy because The Slight wind (barely ten knots were crossed in a few moments) This left little room for maneuver and also halted the start of the first round for a few minutes. Luna Rossa, who is more comfortable than the Emirates team New Zealand in light winds, was the first to hit and did well to perform first in the pre-start. Spithill performed once again, in this America’s Cup for umpteIII, his quality and no substitute for Peter Burling.. The Italians were very reliable with New Zealand in their sterns and gained a distance of ten seconds at the first gate. Emirates Team New Zealand failed to reduce them at any time and After a 27-minute and 55-second run, Luna Rossa scored 2–1 with a 37-second lead.
After that, the pressure fell on the New Zealanders as they saw that Luna Rossa had not made mistakes and her Re Te Rehutai ‘could not prevail. But in the second round they were in their favor that the pre-start was theirs and Peter Burling was not surprised by Spithill’s maneuvers. Emirates Team New Zealand performed well, showing that it is almost unstoppable with a head head (even eight knots), And managed to fly. In addition, he had benefited from the Italians’ time loss before reaching the second gate in a jib, and that after that, on the beat, the gain was already 34 seconds. There was no choice of response and Emirates led 2–2 on the scoreboard and separated the finishing line by one minute and three seconds (the longest distance ever in the Copa America final). Two new races will begin this Saturday at 4:15 (Spanish time), with both trying to follow the path to seven wins, which will be awarded by Jar of Hund Guinea.
“Wannabe troublemaker. Pop culture fanatic. Zombie nerd. Lifelong bacon advocate. Alcohol enthusiast. Tv junkie.”