That's five in a row now for Oracle.
Jimmy Spithill does his now trademark flyby, Top Gun style, past the fans on the dock. Hope no one spilled their coffee
Big sigh from Dean Barker as they cross the line. First time he has looked naything less than neutral. Hmmm
It's not looking good for another race today because of the 9.40am (NZT) cutoff time. The drama continues
There won't be any more racing today. Organisers have decided there's not enough time before the 9.40am cutoff tostart the second race of the day. Stay tuned for reaction from both boats
Jimmy Spithill: "We really have a huge wave of momentum now. The guys have been working really hard. The boat is going fantastic."
Spithill: "We can't wait, we want to get into it."
Regatta director Iain Murray: "Tomorrow it's looking like a windier day and breeze increasing. I am hopeful of two windy races tomorrow."
Murray: The floods strong tomorrow, hopefully the wind won't get over the limit.
Dean Barker on a second race: "We would like to get back into it but with a time cutoff we can't. A bit frustrating."
Barker: We were happy with where we were on the line. They just managed to get a bit of momentum at the start. A little frustrating to not make the most of port entry at the start"
Barker: "We are very upbeat here. We know we can win. Oracle sailed a flawless race this time. There were no opportunities to get back into it."
To confirm Oracle will have port entry for the first race tomorrow and, if needed, Team NZ will have it for the second. Port entry keeps rotating for the first race of the day.
Kylie - the two docked points mean it can go beyond 17 races. In effect, it's first to nine
Oracle were penalised two points (they started on -2) for cheating during the AC45s world series, which was a forerunner to the America's Cup being sailed in AC72s
Sorry but I have to link to this list of top sporting comebacks...http://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=11127655
Thanks for joining us. We'll call it a day. Check the site for all the reaction and analysis of today's action. We'll be back with live updates tomorrow. Kris Shannon and Michael Brown will call races 17 and 18.