AMERICAS CUP – AC UNCUT’s Genny Tulloch catches up with Artemis Racing’s CEO Paul Cayard and Sailing Director Iain Percy to learn their thoughts and input on AC72 design and technology contest.
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HOTLINK – Vsail interviewed Paul Cayard, CEO of Artemis Racing, the 34th America’s Cup Challenger of Record. The legendary American sailor gives an update on his team and comments on the latest developments in the America’s Cup, including Ben Ainslie joining Oracle Racing and the important decisions of the Jury that, in his view, deal a serious blow to Emirates Team New Zealand’s alliance with Luna Rossa. More here.
Wanna have some fun? Set Paul Cayard loose on the subject of America’s Cup 34, some re-imagined and surprising wing-control mechanisms, and the terrors of San Francisco Bay in full cry. The custom AC72 catamarans of 2013, he says, will be 30 percent more powerful but ‘much less stable’ than the AC45s that sailed three events this year on the America’s Cup World Series circuit. More here at Sail World.
The CEO of Challenger of Record Artemis Racing Paul Cayard, discusses a wide variety of America’s Cup topics including Artemis’ inquiry into the relationship between Luna Rossa and Emirates Team New Zealand, the value of the AC45 circuit, and how the team will fill out its sailing squad for the AC72. Produced by Sailing World mag.