Artemis Racing Scores a Dramatic Victory in America’s Cup World Series

Team supported by Altair overcomes crash, still fast enough for a come-from-behind victory over top rivals!

This past weekend, Artemis Racing had a breakthrough performance off the coast of Bermuda, overcoming significant damage to their catamaran from a collision with an umpire boat, and still managing an overall victory in the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series stopover in Bermuda. Even after making quick make-shift repairs to the damaged hull, the high-performance catamaran was still fast enough to defeat rivals from OracleBMW and Team New Zealand in the three-race event, proving the team is a top contender to win the America’s Cup.

The full story, including images and video of the crash and recovery, is certainly worth reading from the Sail-World website stories below:

America’s Cup – Artemis pickle-forks Umpire boat – Images + Video

America’s Cup World Series – Artemis Racing amazing win in Bermuda

Altair is proud to be an Official Technical Supplier to Artemis Racing, and even more to be associated with the type of resilient and talented team of sailors and design professionals that can perform under adversity like those at Artemis Racing. We congratulate Artemis on their victory, and look forward to supporting the team in their quest to win the America’s Cup.

Read about our press release and watch the video below:

Jeff Brennan
Jeff Brennan

About Jeff Brennan

Since joining Altair in 1992 as an engineering consultant, Jeff has served a variety of technical and business roles, including program manager for Altair’s optimization products, director of sales and marketing, and vice president of the HyperWorks® business unit from 2001-2009. He was responsible for the creation of OptiStruct® software at Altair and managed the product during its early years. Jeff's technical background includes specialties in biomechanics and optimization. He received his engineering education from the University of Notre Dame, Northwestern University, and the University of Michigan.