How to get out of that
The red spinnaker boat has a bit of a roll on. It looks like a great, fun boat, if a bit loose when the breeze is up. I used to sail Mumm 30s, which similarly got really fun in the breeze. The challenge was in how far you dared to fly the chute away from the boat. Ease the sheets for a bit more shape and the boat would light up, but as it loosened up you had to start wailing on the sheet and guy to get the kite back down towards the boat, lowering the centre of effort.
My advice is always to have someone on the vang ready for a quick release and avoid sailing deep soaking angles unless you absolutely have to. Keep it hot and fast whenever you can, but if you do have to soak in this wind range, keep the kite pinned in.
The crew of the boat with the white kite will have been monitoring the red kite’s progress for some time. I imagine the conversation in the build-up would have been something like: “Port-starboard cross in two minutes. We will continue on port. At the moment we have no duck”. I would then discuss the probability