As PRO, what's been the most challenging aspect of AC34?
JC: Working through what these new boats have created. We were thinking they'd do 33-35 knots, and they're now doing 45-46 knots. By foiling and by the designers being as smart as they are and getting the boats to fly/foil, this has changed what we thought we'd be dealing with. The most challenging part of that has been adapting racecourses, safety, working with the Coast Guard, and the teams getting to a place where everybody is comfortable so that we can race these boats but can also ensure a good show that works for all the components outside the racing. As we've changed the racecourse, times, and wind limits, that's also had a trickle down to the commercial side of it. The interface with all of those bodies as you make a decision is a lengthy process--it's a lot of time.