The Prada Cup final has been postponed after the Government announcement that Auckland will move into level 3 lockdown following the discovery of community cases of Covid-19.
Earlier, Luna Rossa had taken a 4-0 lead in the best-of-13 series, with two impressive wins on day two.
Here's all the latest Prada Cup news you need to know.
The Prada Cup final between Luna Rossa and Ineos Team UK has been postponed.
Racing was set to continue on Wednesday, but the news that Auckland - where the races are being held - has moved into level 3 lockdown will see the final pushed back.
The teams react
The news of the postponement is a curveball for the teams, who have tightly planned schedules and carefully managed timetables.
But speaking to Michael Burgess, Ineos Team UK skipper Sir Ben Ainslie and Luna Rossa co-helmsman Francesco Bruni both supported the Government's decision and history of handling the pandemic.
On the water...
After four races in the Prada Cup final, Ineos Team UK are yet to lead a single leg.
After dropping the first two races of the first-to-seven series against Luna Rossa yesterday, the British syndicate were again racing from behind all afternoon on Sunday; losing both races to fall 4-0 down in the series.
Issues in the pre-start wrote the story for the British syndicate on Sunday.
Ainslie's rough weekend
Pressure can do amazing things – even to one of the greatest sailors in history.
Sir Ben Ainslie was almost flawless with his starts in the Prada Cup round robin, with a mix of his well-honed instinct and decades of experience.
How it unfolded
Miss the action? Catch up on today's two races with our live blog from AUT Sailing Professor Mark Orams.
Beyond The Cup
Round the world ocean sailor Bianca Cook is in studio with AUT Sailing Professor Mark Orams and Cheree Kinnear to recap all of the news from the day's races. Watch the video in your player above.