(ANSA) – ROME, MARCH 29 – A leap into the future. Alinghi concretely lays the foundations for a new assault on the America’s Cup of sailing, which she has already won in 2003 and 2007, to which she is registered. To prepare for the new challenge, Alinghi Red Bull Racing has purchased the BoatZero boat that will allow him to carry out the preparation training sessions for the event, the final of which will be held in 2024 in Barcelona. Previously, BoatZero was known as ‘Te Aihe’, was owned by Emirates Team New Zealand and was the world’s first Ac75 multihull to touch the water. BoatZero will be the team’s main training boat and represents the best possible starting point for Alinghi Red Bull Racing’s future challenges. In July, the team will sail on BoatZero for the 20 days of training that the regulation only allows for new teams enrolled in the 37th America’s Cup. “BoatZero is a platform that will allow us to progress quickly, guaranteeing us to achieve our next goals” , said Silvio Arrivabene, co-general manager of Alinghi Red Bull Racing and head of the technical department of Ernesto Bertarelli’s team.
Today is the news of a new partnership announced by Alinghi Red Bull Racing with Tudor, in order to share the rigor for engineering and manufacturing, in the name of innovation and success. Tudor boasts a rich sporting tradition, making cutting-edge timeless watches.
The Geneva-based company has been producing diving and sports models for decades and knows the technical characteristics of a sea watch “. (ANSA).
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