And Oracle take their second win.
It's still 6-0, of course, after Oracle's pre-series penalty.
Team NZ still need just three wins to take the Cup, while Oracle now need nine.
But Team NZ will be happy simply to have a healthy boat.
Now, will we have a race nine?
If we do, it will begin in about half an hour or so.
But conditions, or Team's NZ's postponement card, may prevent that.
It was a nice recovery from Team NZ. They can breathe again now...
Barker: 'We're all good. It was a bit disappointing to lead a lead go."
"We had one tack, which was a routine tack, but we didn't get the hydraulics."
"Fortunately the boat came back up and there was no collision with the other guys."
"It means we've just got to keep improving ourselves. We'll bounce back here, have a bit of a regroup and be ready to go for the second race."
Barker says they will check out the boat but, at this stage, he doesn't think they will need to play their postponement card.
Jimmy Spithill: "We've been putting a lot of work to try improve our boat and our tacks. I think we've taken a great step forward."
"I was actually about to duck them, then I saw them keep going and we quickly got set up for a crash-tack. Man, I thought they were really close to going."
What's he going to do differently in race two: "I'm going to win the start."
Indeed, Shelley. They'll be desperate to get their lucky charm back on board for the next race, whether that's in 25 minutes or whether it's tomorrow.
It was one hell of a moment. I will get some more pictures for you kind folk as soon as some are made available.
Second power cut of the morning for me. The APN building having as many issues as Team NZ did in that race.