Let's keep things in perspective, people. Oracle still need to win six more races. Team NZ need only one and they led this morning's first race by more than 1000m when it was called off
We've got reaction coming from onboard the boats in a couple of minutes.
It's been 4-4 since Ben Ainslie came onboard Oracle
Jimmy Spithill: "What a fantastic race. It's been a really tough day."
Spithill: "Ben [Ainslie] made a great call a the bottom mark."
Spithill on the first race: "What can you do? Sometimes a couple of things go your way and we've got to take it. We're in a position where we have to take those things. But what a great second race from the guys."
Barker: "A very frustrating day to be honest. We sailed a pretty solid first race. It was disappointing to be so close but so far away. It came down to a few metres in the second race and that was the difference. So frustrating."
Barker: "Sometimes it's just not meant to be. The guys got straight back to it (after the first race), we had a good start and made a good job of the first part of the run."
Barker: "The guys are very positive. We know we can win this thing, we just have to put it together on the day. It's been tough conditions, about as tricky on the Bay since we got here. It's not going to be straightforward. They got a good jump and it was difficult."
Well, thanks for joining us for what was ultimately another day of disappointment for Emirates Team New Zealand. It looked like the Cup was theirs - only to be denied first by the clock and then by Oracle.
Be sure to check back with nzherald.co.nz throughout the day for reaction from Herald yachting writers Dana Johannsen and Paul Lewis in San Francisco.
And make sure you join us again tomorrow morning, for what will hopefully be a much better day for the Kiwis. Race 14 is at 8.15am NZT.
Enjoy the rest of your Saturday.