Boating Business | Future Fibres in three-year SailGP deal

FUTURE FIBRES IN THREE-YEAR SAILGP DEALHOMENEWSAFTERMARKETMASTS, SPARS, SAILS & RIGGINGFUTURE FIBRES IN THREE-YEAR SAILGP DEAL10 Feb 2021EmailShareFacebookLinkedInTwitterPrintFuture Fibres will be supplying rigging for the F50 Photo: SailGPINDUSTRY DATABASEPreviousFUTURE FIBRES SLSAILGPFUTURE FIBRES SLSAILGPNext12SailGP has announced a three-season partnership with Future Fibres to exclusively supply rigging on the F50, the catamaran engineered for the global SailGP championship.Future Fibres will provide its multistrand technology, ECsix, to all eight F50s racing in the SailGP league. The three-season deal will also give SailGP access to Future Fibres latest hybrid products such as AEROsix as well as providing Future Fibres with a unique test platform to further develop its products.James Austin, Future Fibres general manager, said that SailGP was the pre-eminent high performance sailing league on the planet. “The selection of Future Fibres by SailGP further endorses Future Fibres’ position as the go-to supplier of performance rigging for high performance one design race applications,” he said.Reliable and fit for purposeBrad Marsh, SailGP tech team operations manager, said that SailGP looks for companies with experience to provide products that are proven to be reliable and fit for purpose. “With Future Fibres we are looking forward to developing our existing relationship and work in parallel to develop their product lines across the F50 platform and with our new modular wings,” he said.SailGP Season 2 starts in Bermuda on 24 – 25 April 2021 and features eight national teams squaring off in eight events across three continents.SHARE THIS ARTICLEFacebookLinkedInTwitter

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