that Emirates Team New ZealandAfter a short break on Christmas day, he is already back in the water for training Auckland (New Zealand), to prepare for the finals 36th America’s CupIn early March 2021.
While three challenging teams, Luna Rossa Prada, American Magic e INEOS Team UKPrepare for Prada Cup, A tournament, one of which will face the defender, Team New Zealand will be played from January 15 to February 22, 2021, the ‘Kiwi’ team will train for eleven weeks alone to prepare for the defense. Aulad Mug (Copa America trophy or 40 guinea jars; world’s oldest sports trophy).
After wins in the World Series and the Christmas Cup, New Zealand players are now busy hiding the full potential of their second AC75, ‘Te Rahutai’ (Sea Breeze), after success in those two competitions.
‘Te Rahutai’ was shown as a fast ship and more importantly it is comparatively faster than all its rivals. All Kiwis are “one step ahead”, he admitted.
But it is more than that. Different from their rivals in many features, Team New Zealand designers have claimed that when their opponents launched the second generation in this new AC75 class, they delivered the third generation boat.
Team New Zealand shocked the world by opening the World Series with a win over them on the 17th. Luna Rossa Prada Achieved the highest speed record with a peak of 3’13 ”and 49.1 knots (91 km / h).
From there it seemed that Team New Zealand’s chief designer, And burnsconi, Ordering the navigation team to step a bit on the break and allow the surveillance department to focus more on the design and development of its rivals. The goal was to gather as much information from rivals as they could get from their AC75.
The truth is that the true speed capability of ‘Te Rahutai’ at Team New Zealand Data Bank is still strictly protected.
Another point for New Zealand’s rivals to study is the futuristic shape of ‘Te Rehutai’ and its ability to efficiently rise above the water. The minimal surface of the ‘foil’ (aileron) is a key to the New Zealand boat, a factor that Team New Zealand had already dominated in the final edition of the 2017 America’s Cup.
During the World Series triumph two weeks ago, it was already seen that ‘Te Rahutai’ had created remarkably different ‘foams’ from its rivals. An expensive example is that their ‘T’ and Falls had less surface area than the ‘Y’ end of American Magic, Luna Rossa and the INOS Team UK.
This is an incredibly technical area, but smaller ‘feel’ is faster to move and produce less water resistance. They are more difficult to control, requiring more coordination with the sail system, but with stronger winds that control leads to a winning combination.
Finally, in a wide air range of 6.5 to 23 knots (12 to 44 km / h), the feel should be accelerated imately which will be allowed for the America’s Cup final regatta. This will be the case, as the two teams that make the finals will only be able to choose a set of ‘Feels’ for the best-to-13 series.
New Zealand team mentor, Peter burling, Is already in the eye of a storm of his rivals because when you have AC as fast as AC Tehutai, rivals will always aim for pre-exit wings to get an early advantage over him, especially Jimmy Spiethill Such rivals as Sir Ben Ainslie and Dean Barker in command of those AC75s.
The pre-start of the World Series resulted in a number of penalties and Burling was spotted. Now they have to train to get off to a good start and spend a lot of time rehearsing their pre-start plays in the Burling simulator.