P1 AquaX

AquaX is the fastest growing personal watercraft championship in the world. Its rapid growth is owed to a simple, yet challenging race format that appeals to today’s personal watercraft users.

This year the program will include the unveiling of a professional level race series and expansion of two further championships in the Great Lakes region of the USA and in Southeast Asia.

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MacClugage lands hat-trick to take Daytona Beach victory

Race Results

P1 AquaX US Results   P1 AquaX Enduro Pro Daytona Beach

Rider Craft
Chris Macclugage (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800/FXSVHO 25 25 25 75 1
Eric Francis (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 12 18 13 43 2
Aero Aswar (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 10 15 15 40 3
Erminio Iantosca (US Rider) Sea-Doo RXPX 15 13 12 40 4
Brian Baldwin (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 13 0 18 31 5
Marcus Jorgensen (US Rider) Other I dont know yet 8 11 10 29 6
Mike Klippenstein (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 7 6 11 24 7
Eric Lagopoulos (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 4 7 8 19 8
Nicolas Rius (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 18 0 0 18 9
Chris Saxon (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 1 9 7 17 10
Aqsa Aswar (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 0 12 4 16 11
Didier Chabert (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 2 4 9 15 12
Abdullah Alfadhel (US Rider) Yamaha FX SVHO 5 10 0 15 13
Jay Edworthy (US Rider) Sea-Doo RXPX 11 2 0 13 14
Tommy Olswang (US Rider) Yamaha FX SVHO 0 3 6 9 15
Daniel Steele (US Rider) Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO 6 1 2 9 16
Cyrille Lemoine (US Rider) Yamaha GP1800 9 0 0 9 17
Jason Russo (US Rider) Yamaha FX SVHO 0 5 3 8 18
Tim Ducat (US Rider) Sea-Doo RXPX 300 0 8 0 8 19
Victor Nolan (US Rider) Yamaha FX SVHO 0 0 5 5 20
Blaine Spooner (US Rider) Sea-Doo RXPX-260 3 0 1 4 21
David Chassier (US Rider) Kawasaki Ultra310 0 0 0 0 22
Michele Colasanto (US Rider) Yamaha FZS SVHO 0 0 0 0 23
Bryan Simpson (US Rider) Yamaha FX SVHO 0 0 0 0 24
Paul Green (US Rider) Yamaha FX SVHO 0 0 0 0 25

P1 AquaX US Results   P1 AquaX 300 Am Daytona Beach

Rider Craft
Enrique Chia Yamaha FX 0 0 1
Jason Lester Yamaha FX SVHO 0 0 2
Shane Perrin Yamaha GP 0 0 3
Salvatore Mango Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 0 0 4
George Holmquist Yamaha FX-SVHO 0 0 5
Anthony Figueroa Kawasaki ULTRA 300 0 0 6
Michael Borges Yamaha FZR 0 0 7
Rainer Eidner Kawasaki Ultra 310x 0 0 8
Anthony Radetic Sea-Doo RxPX 0 0 9
Jim Bennett Sea-Doo RXPX 300 0 0 10
Yaniel Fiallo Yamaha FZR 0 0 11
Dominic Arcamone Yamaha FX SVHO 0 0 12
Sophie Francis Yamaha fx 0 0 13
Christopher Landis Yamaha GP1800 0 0 14
Dave Davidson Yamaha GP1800 0 0 15
Pablo Copetti Kawasaki Ultra 300 X 0 0 16
Carlito Del Valle Sea-Doo RXPX 300 0 0 17
Pedro Jimenez Yamaha FZR 0 0 18
Derek Anderson Yamaha GP 1800 0 0 19
Frank Silva Yamaha FX 0 0 20
Marco Mango Kawasaki Ultra 310 0 0 21
Cody Tetreault Yamaha Fx cruiser svho 0 0 22
Kevin Wassum Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 0 0 23
Gary Shrigley Yamaha SVHO 0 0 24
Johnathan Boswell Yamaha FZR-SVHO 0 0 25
Mike Arcamone Yamaha GP 1800 0 0 26

P1 AquaX US Results   P1 AquaX 250 Am Daytona Beach

Rider Craft
Carlos Vasquez Sea-Doo GTR 215 0 0 1
Kevin Sullivan Yamaha FXSHO 0 0 2
Domenico Barilla Kawasaki ULTRA 310 0 0 3
Mark Wilson Sea-Doo GTR-X 230 0 0 4

P1 AquaX US Results   P1 AquaX 200 Am Daytona Beach

Rider Craft
Jose Gonzalez Yamaha VXR 0 0 1
Eric Diaz Yamaha VXS 0 0 2
Amanda LeCheminant Yamaha VXR 0 0 3
Kristian Ichazo Yamaha FX HO 0 0 4
Jennifer Nolan Yamaha VXR 0 0 5

P1 AquaX US Results   P1 AquaX Sport GP Daytona Beach

Rider Craft
Christian Daly Sea-Doo HX 0 0 1
David Gorie Kawasaki Ultra 250 0 0 2
Sam Nehme Wamiltons Waveblaster 0 0 3
Keith Dill Yamaha waveblaster 0 0 4
Shawn Reynolds Yamaha Waveblaster 0 0 5
Michael Osborne Bullett Blaster 0 0 6
Dirac Barbee Yamaha Blaster 0 0 7
Ken Waddle Yamaha Blaster 0 0 8
Johnny Smith Yamaha Wave Blaster 0 0 9
Eric Gabryel Sea-Doo spark 0 0 10
Cody Mccallum Yamaha Blaster 0 0 11
Bobby Cardone Sea-Doo HX 0 0 12
Robert Sayah Sea-Doo HX 0 0 13
Jessica Milone Yamaha Blaster B1 0 0 14

P1 AquaX US Results   P1 AquaX Yamaha EX Challenge Daytona Beach

Rider Craft
Justin Gabryel Sea-Doo Spark 0 0 1
Jason Lester Yamaha EX 0 0 2
Ted Acker Sea-Doo Spark 0 0 3
Eric Zevola Sea-Doo Spark 0 0 4
Eric Gabryel Sea-Doo spark 0 0 5
David Goding Sea-Doo spark 0 0 6
Eric Degler Sea-Doo Spark 0 0 7

P1 AquaX US Results   P1 AquaX Junior Ski Daytona Beach

Rider Craft
Sammy Nehme Kawasaki SXR 800 0 0 1
Taylor Skellett Kawasaki sxr 0 0 2
Haden Skellett Yamaha super jet 0 0 3

2016 champion Chris MacClugage produced a sensational display of racing to land a hat-trick of wins on the opening weekend of the season in rough conditions at Daytona Beach.

The high winds on the Florida coast provided some brutal conditions for the racers as the majority struggled to keep pace with MacClugage, who lapped the majority of the field on the way to all three victories over the weekend.

Having overcome a clash with Brian Baldwin in race two, MacClugage was forced to hang tight during a collision with Frenchman David Chassier that threw the latter into the water as the race leader tried to lap him.

Eric Francis, who switched to Yamaha from Kawasaki before the start of the season, was the biggest danger to MacClugage, but he found it difficult handling the new GP1800 in such rough conditions.

He ended the final race of the weekend in fourth – enough to put him onto second spot of the podium for the weekend.

MacClugage’s tactic of coming closer to shore on the home straight saw him produce the highest speeds of anyone in race three, although Francis seemed to have the edge in the corners and was certainly explosive off the start line.

World number one Aero Aswar endured a mixed weekend but his third in race three was enough to put him into third for the weekend, level on points with Sea-Doo’s top performing rider Erminio Iantosca.

Baldwin recovered from a poor second race on Saturday to finish closest to MacClugage in the final race of the weekend, leaving him in fifth for the championship.

It was a disappointing return for legendary French jet ski racer Nicolas Rius who was unable to compete in race two or three after injuring his back in the latter stages of his second place finish in race one.

He will be hoping to recover in time for St Pete Beach, where the P1 AquaX Pro Tour heads next on 17-18 June, having pushed MacClugage hard in race one.

Re-live all the action of the opening weekend of the season on our Facebook page!

2016 champion Chris MacClugage produced a sensational display of racing to land a hat-trick of wins on the opening weekend of the season in rough conditions at Daytona Beach.

Saturday 22nd April

10:30am

AM ENDURO PRACTICE & RACE 1

11:30am

JUNIOR SKI RACE 1

11:45am

SPARK SKI RACE 1

12:00pm

SPORT SKI RACE 1

12:30pm

PRO SERIES PRACTICE & RACE 1

2:00pm

JUNIOR SKI RACE 2

2:15pm

SPARK SKI RACE 2

2:45pm

SPORT SKI RACE 2

3:30pm

AM ENDURO RACE 2

2:30pm

PRO SERIES RACE 2

Sunday 23rd April

10.15am

AM ENDURO RACE 3

11:15am

JUNIOR SKI RACE 3

11:30am

SPARK SKI RACE 3

11:45am

SPORT SKI RACE 3

12.30pm

PRO SERIES RACE 3

2.30pm

PODIUM - ALL CLASSES

2017 Results

P1 AquaX Teams
Pos # Team Pts

The 2017 AquaX Pro Tour gets underway in the home of serious surf, Daytona Beach, on 22nd April.

Daytona Beach is a city in Volusia County, Florida, United States. The city is located approximately 51 miles (82.1 km) northeast of Orlando, 86 miles (138.4 km) southeast of Jacksonville, and 242 miles (389.5 km) northwest of Miami. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the city had a population of 61,005. It is a principal city of the Deltona–Daytona Beach–Ormond Beach, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area, which was home to 494,593 people in 2010. Daytona Beach is also a principal city of the Fun Coast region of Florida.

This hard packed sand made Daytona Beach a mecca for motorsports, with the old Daytona Beach Road Course having hosted races for over 50 years and on April 22nd & 23rd AquaX will be returning to the site of its launch. There will also be stunts and a freestyle displays all hosted near the Plaza Beach Resort.

HOST HOTEL

PLAZA RESORT & SPA

600 N Atlantic Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32118
866-500-5630

Description:
Thursday and Sunday: $99.00/night for Standard Ocean View rooms.**
Friday and Saturday: $115.00/night for Standard Ocean View rooms.**
**All rates are plus an additional $20/night resort fee and 12.5% sales tax


Upgrades options include:
Ocean Front-$149.00/night**
Studio/Suite-$159.00/night**
**All rates are plus an additional $20/night resort fee and 12.5% sales tax

FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL 1-866-500-5630 and ask for the P1 AquaX room block

Group block is being released March 22nd, so all reservations must be made by March 21st to get group rate


OVERFLOW HOTEL

Chateau Mar Hotel

507 S. Atlantic Avenue
Ormond Beach, FL 32176
386-677-8550

Description:
$120/night including sales tax, for King Ocean View Room
$140/night including sales tax, for Double Bed Ocean View Room
$160/night including sales tax, for King Ocean View Family Suite
$180/night including sales tax, for King Ocean Front Suite

**All rooms include free parking, continental breakfast, and premium wi-fi**

FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL KARAN RANA at 386-677-8550