America's Cup Insider

America's Cup teams plan for future events . by John Eric Mangino America's Cup Photo Journalist

Oracle Team USA: Testing on the Bay this week , After a hugely successfully Fleet week .

Team Oracle is back at it fresh from his ride with The Blue Angels James Spithill Skipper and defending America's Cup crew where right back at it .

Testing there AC72 Catamaran . Oracle and Crew Won the Americas Cup World series Championship this past week . And after a horrific Capsize that left one Team Member hanging from neck with the sheet wrapped around his throat . 

Testing will continue the rest of the fall and winter the team only has about 26 test days left . Action will return in February 2013 as the Red Bull Youth Americas Cup selection trails will be beginning then some 25-26 teams have signed up . 

This is a natinality ruled event every member of a team must be from the country of orgin for the team Racing . Usa gets three teams Oracle Team Usa Will be deciding 

who will be representing America. 

The selecton series will run two weeks pitting the worlds future stars against each other . There are four boats up for grabs . Provided by America's Cup Race Management . In San Fransico Alameda home team Artemis racing being adoppted by the city will be fielding a team as well .

Artemis racing is due to realease there AC72 this Month and will be testing head to head with Oracle Team Usa . 

More at www.americascup.com 

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