The fallout from the U.S.’s dramatic Bermuda capsize and the growing rivalry between the Canadians and Americans are all explored 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 Bermuda, which saw the United States team dramatically capsize, causing damage which ruled them out of racing.

Driver Taylor Canfield recalls the moment five crew members were thrown from the F50 into the water. “At that moment you’re in the water upside down, not able to breathe and you think ok, what’s my next step?”

Elsewhere, the episode highlights the growing rivalry between the American and Canadian teams, with Canada driver Phil Robertson and United States driver Canfield both labelling each other ‘arrogant’.

Meanwhile Spain’s Season 4 rise is unpacked in interviews with wing trimmer Florian Trittel and new performance coach Hamish Wilcox who reflects on the ‘incredible amount of talent on the team’.

Spain is among multiple teams fighting for funding to ensure their survival in the league. The episode sees team CEO Antonio Alquézar drop hints about a new possible investor moving in to purchase the team - 'they have no idea what's coming'.

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.

Starts November

Season 4 Grand Final