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    Sir Ben Ainslie will raise concerns over the complaints system with INEOS Team UK's Challenger rivals this week

    Sir Ben Ainslie will raise concerns over the complaints system with INEOS Team UK's Challenger rivals this week


    The Prada Cup finalists are sitting on a yellow card for a minor rules breach in the round robin and any more infractions will result in a disqualification from a Prada Cup final race.

    The initial complaint was filed by Luna Rossa and Ainslie says it was unnecessary.



    NEWSTALK ZB'S COVERAGE OF THE 36TH AMERICA'S CUP WITH PANASONIC - THE OFFICIAL ELECTRONICS SUPPLIER OF EMIRATES TEAM NEW ZEALAND.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Sailing News
     23 Feb: INEOS Team UK skipper Sir Ben Ainslie and the British syndicate will remain in New Zealand, despite being out of contention for the America's Cup
     23 Feb: Jimmy Spithill's adjusting to Italian culture as his Luna Rossa syndicate prepare for the America's Cup match from March 6
     22 Feb: Team New Zealand is lacking in race experience compared to Luna Rossa, but it's not concerning helmsman Peter Burling
     21 Feb: Sir Ben Ainslie knows chances of staging a comeback could depend on wind
     20 Feb: Luna Rossa has beaten Ineos Team UK in today's first race of yachting's Prada Cup series final
     20 Feb: The signs are good for the resumption of Prada Cup racing this afternoon in Auckland
     19 Feb: American Magic helmsman Dean Barker believes INEOS Team UK could be in trouble if winds remain light
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