Team NZ will still have port entry for the re-start because it's still considered the first race of the day. They lost the start last time from port in the lighter conditions
The time limits are in place because of TV and trying to present an exciting package not blighted by long delays. Presumably all of the teams agreed to the rules
We're about 15 minutes away from the start of the next race - hopefully.
Oracle tactician Ben Ainslie: "It's better to be lucky than good."
The wind has increased a couple of knots, something Chris Dickson calls the perfect scenario for ETNZ.
Light enough to remain dominant over Oracle but strong enough to finish within the time limit.
There's a bit of mail for Jimmy Spithill to line up inthe next Fight for Life. Any takers?
Ray Davies: "Bit of a shame there. We had a pretty good race all around there but not enough breeze to finish within 40 minutes."
Davies: "Today was a shame really, to be honest. The wind limit is the wind limit and the time limit is the time limit. We have to get on with it. We feel like we are sailing pretty well."
Davies on when he knew about the time limit: "Sort of halfway down that last run. I had a quick look at my watch there and worked out it was pretty unlikely."
Davies on losing the last three starts: "Just wok on the same things we have been working on and that's timing. It was obviously pretty light winds and we just didn't accelerate as fast as we wanted to. We will work on what we learned on that last one and apply it in the next one."
We're about 10 minutes away from the scheduled start time of race 13 (again).
The light winds, as we saw, certainly play into Team New Zealand's hands - just as long as they're not too light...
Ray Davies did have a wry smile during his television interview. They'll look back on this and laugh one day...
The wind seems to be a little stronger and the tide is more favourable which should speed up the race. About three minutes until the start