The Huntingdon star is competing in the Finn class and lies top of the overall standings, ahead of fellow Brit Ben Cornish, following yesterdays action. A lack of wind ensured all racing was cancelled on Wednesday but with a healthier breeze 24 hours later, four-time world champion Scott sailed impressively to finish second, fifth and first in the days three races. The regatta is serving as final preparation for the Olympic Games later this summer and Scott is adamant there is more to come from him. It was a successful day but there were still a few errors, explained Scott. I only finished fifth in the second race after making a really poor start and getting the first beat all wrong. That put me on the back foot but I managed to pull back a lot of distance and few places which is always good. The start was less than ideal though. In the last one I got that right, nailed the start, managed to get clear and actually managed to sail away so it was nice to get the race win. Winning the last race does give me confidence heading into the next day. If I had got a second, then a first then a fifth youd come off the water feeling annoyed with the fifth. Theres a lot of races to get through though. Weve done three and on a day like today you have to be consistent because it is so variable. I think I managed to be the most consistent, which is pleasing. The World Cup regatta continues in Weymouth today and tomorrow before concluding with Sundays medal races which are worth double points. Wednesday was gloriously sunny but the lack of breeze meant that despite a couple of false starts racing ultimately wasnt possible much to the frustration of many of the sailors. But Scott says he took the delays and uncertainty all in his stride. You get used to not racing some days, added the 28 year-old. When you look out the window and you see its all glass out there you know youre likely to not be doing anything. Weve had so many days waiting around that you do get used to it. Tickets for the Sailing World Cup Weymouth and Portland, to be held at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy from 6-12 June, are available at www.rya.org.uk/go/swcgb. The National Lottery-funded British Sailing Team is proudly supported by official partners Volvo Car UK, Zhik and Peters & May. Follow the teams latest news and updates at britishsailingteam.com or on Twitter @BritishSailing.