New Zealand and Canada picked up the highest fly times throughout fleet racing in Christchurch, with Canada’s 98.1% fly time closely following the Kiwis’ 98.8%.
The two teams - which finished the event in second and first respectively - both secured a place in the three-boat, winner-takes-all Final alongside the Aussies, who recorded a flight time of 94.7% throughout fleet racing, according to data provided from the nine-strong F50 fleet.
Denmark meanwhile, which had a disastrous performance in Christchurch with a 7-8-8-7-8 fleet racing record, had the lowest fly time of the fleet, foiling for just 91.8% of fleet racing.
When it came to speeds, event winners Canada picked up the top speed of 88.2 km/h - just ahead of France’s 87.9 km/h. When it came to average leg speed however, the fastest boat was New Zealand with an average speed of 62 km/h, followed by Canada’s 60.9 km/h.
Australia and Switzerland both performed the fewest number of maneuvers throughout the six fleet races - a total of 47, while Emirates Great Britain SailGP Team carried out the most - 60. Spain and New Zealand both carried out 49 maneuvers throughout fleet racing, while event winner Canada undertook 55.
As well as carrying out the fewest number of maneuvers along with Australia, Switzerland also sailed the shortest distance throughout the six races - just 6,900m. France, Emirates Team GBR, and Spain covered 7,012m, 7,034m and 7,083m respectively, while Canada sailed the furthest - a total of 8,664m.
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