SailGP returns to the iconic waters of Sydney Harbour and ahead of the eight event of Season 4, Todd Harris, Stevie Morrison, and Emily Nagel breakdown 3 Big Questions to set the scene for an exciting weekend of F50 racing down under! - How will big winds and big action affect the fleet? How crucial is communication between key roles while racing the F50? - Nathan Outteridge steps in for Peter Burling aboard New Zealand, should there be any worry? - Make or Break team for some teams across the fleet, who to look out for this weekend? Stay up to date by following our socials and sign up to the SailGP newsletter: Sign up to the SailGP fan loyalty program, The Dock at Follow SailGP On TikTok, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @sailgp Stay up to date with the SailGP newsletter: SailGP is high speed, high tech and high impact. This global sports championship combines cutting-edge tech, iconic global venues, elite athletes and record-breaking speeds to create the most exciting racing on water. Rival teams from the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Canada, France, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and Spain battle it out at iconic venues around the world in short, intense races for a total prize pot of $5 million. Teams compete in identical hydrofoiling F50 catamarans that fly above the water at electrifying speeds approaching 100 km/h. Fan-centric and close-to-shore, each SailGP Championship culminates in a $1 million, three-boat, winner-takes-all Grand Final. #SailGP #PoweredbyNature
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