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The build for the radical new America's Cup yacht has taken a major step forward with successful testing of the foil system for the monster boats.
Emirates Team New Zealand have been working on the development of the canting foil mechanism for the 75-foot monohull for the past six months and have spent the last two weeks in full-scale testing at their Auckland facility.
"Everything has gone really well, everything fits the design and the model as we first imagined," Team New Zealand project manager Peter Thomas said.
Meanwhile, the boat has gained high praise from Luna Rossa's new sponsor Pirelli.
Marco Tronchetti Provera, Pirelli's CEO and executive vice-president, said he had always preferred a monohull design despite helping back Team New Zealand's successful catamaran campaign in Bermuda last year.
He felt this was a return to the true roots of the America's Cup while also pushing the boundaries of design and technology.
"The AC75 is an evolution of the monohull, but it is still a boat that allows engagement with the opponents and the changing of sails rather than having a fixed wing as on the AC50," he told La Stampa.
"In short, we are talking about boats for real sailors and not for cyclists, those we saw on board the Kiwi boat in the last edition. Now the human returns to the centre of everything ".