All the latest news from the America's Cup.
What's next for Ineos?
Ineos may have lost out to Luna Rossa in the Prada Cup final, but after a long, hard-fought campaign they still enjoyed a few drinks on Sunday night; ice boxes stacked with beer and rum providing well-earned refreshment to sailing and shore crew alike, everyone gathering underneath Britannia, sitting in her cradle in the boat shed. The team were given a day off on Monday to recover from what has been a frantic period on and off the water, with plenty of all-nighters pulled in the elusive search for extra boat speed. Some staff with young children out in New Zealand apparently did the pick-up and drop-off at Ponsonby Primary School for the first time since arriving in New Zealand six months ago.
But, thoughts will turn to the future with a team meeting called where staff will be debriefed on plans; the pack-up of the boat, travel plans, a rough outline of how the land lies etc There is only so much Sir Ben Ainslie will be able to tell them, given we do not yet know who will hold the keys to the next edition of the America's Cup. Italy have earned the right to challenge New Zealand in the 36th Cup match, beginning on March 6. And the landscape may look very different for Ineos depending on who prevails.
Tom Cary of the Telegraph runs through all the key questions.
DC teams up with TNZ
Dan Carter has described his experience witnessing Team New Zealand in action up close as "mind blowing".
The All Blacks great announced his retirement from rugby last week, ending a career that spanned 19 seasons.
With more time on his hands, Carter teamed up with Team NZ to jump on their chase boat to get up close and personal with Te Rehutai.
Keep an eye out as Beyond the Cup hits the water aboard the Golden Eagle.
Heading into the Cup racing?
• Give yourself plenty of time and think about catching a ferry, train or bus to watch the Cup.
• Make sure your AT HOP card is in your pocket. It's the best way to ride.
• Don't forget to scan QR codes with the NZ COVID Tracer app when on public transport and entering the America's Cup Village.
• For more ways to enjoy race day, visit at.govt.nz/americascup.