It's again very even - Oracle's boat changes certainly did the trick.
Shaping to be a hell of a series now Oracle have made up the difference in speed. Lucky Team NZ have a six-point lead...
And the Kiwis still lead in this race, too.
There's still nothing in it but they will head to gate two in front.
Oracle with a late gybe and Team NZ round the mark in front.
Oracle cross about seven seconds back after a nice turn.
And now we're back to the crucial upwind leg.
Oracle look like they are repeating the speed the showed on this leg in race nine.
Oracle hit the wind limit and the race is over!
The race is automatically abandoned after Oracle hit 30 knots.
Team NZ tactician Ray Davies: 'We were in pretty good shape for that one and it would've been nice to keep it going.'
A brief interview there, with Davies hanging on for dear life as Team NZ speed back towards home base.
Oracle tactician Ben Ainslie: 'That was a huge race for us. It changed the momentum of the event.'
'There's still things we can change - we changed some things today and it definitely helped our performance. That's the nature of the America's Cup - it's still a developmental series.'
Well, that was something of an anti-climax after the high drama of the first race.
Thanks for joining me this morning and be sure to tune in tomorrow for race nine. 8.15am NZT.
Are we feeling confident Team NZ can continue their march towards the Auld Mug tomorrow morning, or will Oracle's changes pull them back into the series?
Personally, I'd take thrilling and terrifying from here on out. But perhaps a safe and steady procession should be preferred.
And, of course, the Kiwis are still six points in front.
Team New Zealand need only three more wins to take the trophy - which could happen as early as Wednesday - while the defending champions need to find nine victories.