Luna Rossa, the dream is over.  America's Cup stays in New Zealand

Luna Rossa, the dream is over. America’s Cup stays in New Zealand

It really needs a miracle. There was not. After a good start, before spraying, Red Moon He makes a mistake on the spot, by not “covering” and leaving the right side of the field for Te Rehutai. The wide split between boats is always in favor of Te Rehutai, who is faster than Luna Rossa in open sails. At gate 3, which marks the middle of the race, the Italian AC75 arc is 27sec behind. The race has already been decided.

With the wind in your sails Team New Zealand It goes on, for Luna Rossa, the sea becomes high and our crew only have to look at their opponents, at an increasing distance. At the finish line there’s a New Zealand gig (4th success), for Prada Pirelli it still feels like they’ve thrown a great opportunity to the wind.

Ma However, his adventure in the 36th America’s Cup remains successful This makes history. No Italian rider has managed to win more than one race. Overcoming all three is a great leap forward that allows you to look to new horizons with confidence, and the future must be built on this path.

Luna Rosa All “Made in Italy” boatThe result of years of work. Pride still remains to put such a competitive structure in the water, as with seawater salt burning on the wound opened by an unfair defeat. Te Rehutai has actually shown not only to be faster at sea, but also to take turns on buoys with greater dynamism.

“I want to congratulate Team New Zealand, they did a great job,” Luna Rossa assistant captain Francesco Bruni said, “For us it was a great experience, we showed the world that we can do it.” Sicilian sailor is already predicting the future. “I want to say right away that it’s not over yet. Mister Bertelli and Luna Rossa will try again».

In the meantime, the closures begin in the field of competition. From tonight we will go back to sleep a little more, but we will miss the alarm at 4.

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