A blow by blow account of Christchurch’s collision-packed ‘demolition derby’ has been unpacked in the latest episode of Racing on the Edge.

The new installment of the league’s behind the scenes docuseries shines a spotlight on SailGP's Season 4 visit to New Zealand and the return of Peter Burling to the Kiwi wheel.

The fierce rivalry between New Zealand and Australia is reignited with his return, with both teams wrestling for points at the top of the leaderboard. Key incidents from Christchurch’s action-packed event, including the cancellation of racing on day one and disastrous collision between Emirates GBR and Spain in practice, are examined.

Season 4 // Australia mark collision incident in Christchurch Mark 1

As day two dawns, the episode reveals how Christchurch’s action-packed ‘demolition derby’ began, with a three-boat pile up in the first race pre-start followed by Australia dramatically colliding with a race mark, resulting in event-ending damage to the Aussie F50.

Season 4 // Spain and Canada close to collision on day 1 of Saint Tropez

Racing on the Edge features behind-the scenes-insight and up-close interviews with the Championship’s biggest personalities, including New Zealand’s Blair Tuke and Peter Burling, Australian driver Tom Slingsby and driver of the United States Taylor Canfield.

Every episode of Racing on the Edge is available on SailGP's YouTube channel.