America's Cup Events Authority chief executive Stephen Barclay has likened today's races to "moving day" in golf. Team NZ holding a five shot lead as it stands then.
Could reach 20 kts for the second race. Which could favour Team NZ who were fast in strong winds on Wednesday.
That's why Ainslie has won five Olympic medals.
20 minutes away from racing.
Get set for another exiciting day of racing which will thankfully include two races, unless Team NZ use their postponement card!
Wind picking up a bit in San Fran. About six minutes to the start of race seven. Again Oracle will have the port entrace to the prestart area.
As Dana Johannsen points out. It was tactics not speed that won race six for Team NZ. A blow for Ben Ainslie there. "Instead of relying on their upwind power as they have in previous races, it was clever tactics that paid off for them on the beat in race six," Dana writes.
Racing delayed a few minutes. Now eight minutes away.
We are just minutes away from race seven in the 34th America's Cup. Five years ago Alinghi defended the America's Cup against Team NZ with a victory in race seven. Still plenty of sailing after this one.
Oracle will come in from the favoured port end. Team NZ will have port entry twice on Sunday.
Team NZ arrive at starboard end. Both up to 40 kts. More speed this race.