SailGP rounds up the biggest stories this week, from the first fan-owned team launching for SailGP to Tom Slingsby's rundown of the Dubai Sail Grand Prix.
First Fan-Owned Team Launches For SailGP
First up is the news that a fan-owned racing team is set to join SailGP, with plans for the team to be on the start line for Season 4. Founded by Bernoulli | Locke, the team will use a DAO structure, be built on the NEAR protocol and represent the Bermuda and Caribbean territories.
"It was one of the best examples of grabbing defeat from the jaws of victory": Ainslie on Great Britain's diastrous final jibe
Next, Great Britain driver Ben Ainslie explains what happened in the final moments of the Dubai Final when the team missed out on its first event win since May 2021 by seconds. A messy last manoevure saw the British F50 fall off the foils to be promptly passed by Australia and Quentin Delapierre's France.
WATCH: Five memorable moments you might have missed from the Dubai Sail Grand Prix
In third, we round up the most memorable moments from the Dubai Sail Grand Prix, including Great Britain's last-minute boat-handling blunder, Denmark retiring due to technical issues and contact between Switzerland and New Zealand, which earned the latter four penalty points.
Australia's Tom Slingsby: How we battled back to claim victory in Dubai
In fourth, Australia driver Tom Slingsby gives us his rundown of the team's racing weekend in Dubai, from shaky practice sessions and a disastrous first day of racing to an unbelievable comeback to claim the victory.
GALLERY: The best photos from the Dubai Sail Grand Prix presented by P&O Marinas
Finally, we round up the best photos from the Dubai Sail Grand Prix, including shots of our blistering F50 fleet and the packed crowds lining the shore.