The US won its first Cup win in the history of the sport this weekend, when the America’s cup yacht Britannia took the race to Seattle, USA Today reported.
The yacht, which is powered by a 1,800-horsepower supercharged engine and a six-wheel, 8-speed automatic transmission, is powered to take the race.
It has won the race four times in the past, most recently in 2010, when it took it to Seattle.
The win is a great sign for the future of the American Cup, which was started in 1902.
The race has become the first sanctioned event in the world with the exception of the U.S. Women’s National Team’s men’s team and the U-23 Men’s World Cup team.
It’s the first time the race has been run in the United States.
The last time the Cup won in the USA was in 2013 when it beat a strong Germany squad.