Hang on, in the last Bermuda race line honours went to the last Shockwave, a fixed keel 60'ish IRC mini maxi - hardly a boat to scare WOXI.
In the previous Bermuda, line honours went to the 90' fixed keel former Shockwave - a slower boat that WOXI by any standards (which is, of course, why her owner sold her and got a WOXI sistership).
The last Fastnet was won by WOXI's less-modified sistership, ahead of a boat that was six hours off the pace when she did the Hobart.
How does any of that indicate that WOXI is skulking down south, where she will find canting keel supermaxis like ex-Speedboat, ex-Maximus, Skandia, Rags 90 and others, for fear of being beaten?
If anything, isn't this an example to show that the Supermaxi "class" itself is the least-successful maxi class we've ever had in many ways? When northern hemisphere owners are preferring to race J Classers, Wallys and mini maxis, it seems to show that the Supermaxi class isn't really working.