Oracle skipper Jimmy Spithill isn't helping his cause with mistakes.
That wasn't the only penalty Oracle received in race five as Spithill was again guilty of crossing the startline early, which he put down to a software error. Sailing Illustrated reported that Team NZ were getting a strong turn-out of "rabid, flag-waving fans (including many locals) for the race-day dock-out shows, while the number of Oracle supporters was embarrassingly small".
Spithill, an Australian, crossed the starting line a split second too soon and had to drop two lengths behind Team New Zealand. The Kiwis are holding a lead that they shall start with when the race resumes next week. Coutts was CEO of Oracle Team USA when it beat Alinghi in a match of giant multihulls in 2010 and then defended against Team New Zealand in 2013.
Team New Zealand won the first race today with Oracle winning the second.
The "Pitbull" fired several verbal shots at Team NZ, including accusing them of taking "days off" during the five-day break in racing.
Team NZ aren't panicking despite losing for the first time to Team USA in the America's Cup Match, reducing their advantage to 4-1.
The New Zealander's face was covered as usual with a ghostly mask of sun screen, eyes hidden behind dark wrap around glasses.
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"We worked very very hard those five days and we sailed probably five times as much as the other guys and did a lot of work on the shore and I'd just like to see the boat go quicker", Spithill said, adding that they would be doing more overnight.
The actual sailing is done by helmsman Peter Burling, 26, an Olympic gold and silver medalist; skipper Glenn Ashby, 39, an Olympic silver medalist and multihull whiz who controls the wingsail with an Xbox-like device; and Blair Tuke, 27, Burlings Olympic teammate who has a dual role of cyclor and foil trimmer.
The pivotal moment came at gate five when Team New Zealand dipped its bow in the water, drastically reducing the boat's speed which gave Team USA a 150 metre lead.
Races seven and eight are scheduled for Monday (NZT) where similar wind speeds of 8-10 knots are forecast.
Emirates Team New Zealand sails during a training session Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in Hamilton, Bermuda.
Emirates Team New Zealand race during the fifth race of America's Cup sailing competition against Oracle Team USA Saturday, June 24, 2017, in Hamilton, Bermuda.
Twenty-two-year-old Neil Hunter was an initial example of success, promoted from junior to senior team, becoming not only the youngest sailor to compete in the America's Cup but the only sailor to compete in both competitions.