Our approach to speed is nothing unique, smaller gear and more power equals more speed.
If our original Storm line is primary oriented for an average sailor who demands reliable and stable run, our Speed line is all about how far we can push our limits to achieve maximum speed. We came up with sail with CL located closer to ground (water) and lower aspect ratio due to shorter mast and structural deficiency of soft airfoil. Still loaded with power from top to bottom, our speed sail is able to go faster up and down wind, faster than traditional sail of larger size. We compare our 5.6 to racing 7.0 of well known brand. We have many YouTube videos to prove it. There is a very good explanation of why our profile works better. Lets refer to well known agency for knowledge NASA https://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12/WindTunnel/Activities/lift_formula.html
Diagram on NASA site shows that maximum lift can be achieved at 18-19 degrees AOA. Absolutely agree as we simulate every 5-10 degrees developing our sails. We also did extensive comparison between MW sails and traditional, thin profile .