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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P1 AquaX - Race Format

The AquaX platforms offers two categories of racing - Enduro and Sprint

The format is simple: competitors are divided into two categories - ENDURO or SPRINT depending on what type personal watercraft they ride and the style of riding they enjoy. Then, depending on the quality of the field, the category is divided by ability into Pro or Amateur. For racing format and class rules please scroll down.


ENDURO


ENDURO RACING – is geared towards the larger 2 -3 seater watercraft market and offers racing for both Pros and Amateurs. ENDURO is a test of rider skill and mechanical endurance. A rider needs to have both stamina and strength to go the distance and the reliability of their equipment is just as important. Each race lasts for 30 minutes plus 1 lap and depending on the water conditions lap times vary between 1 -2 minutes in duration.

Racing usually take place over a two-day event where competitors must compete in three individual races in which they score points. The points are then tallied and the competitor with the most points wins the weekend. Each event forms part of a series/championship. Competitors must compete in the entire series if they want to be crowned champion.

Enduro Class Format

SPRINT

SPRINT - is geared for standup or single seater watercraft. SPRINT races are quick bursts of action (12 – 15 mins) and competitors need to demonstrate both speed and agility to be successful. The tracks are shorter than Enduro and comprise of a series of sharp left and right turns keeping the rider on their toes from start to finish.

Racing usually take place over a one or two-day event where competitors must compete in three to four individual races in which they score points. The points are then tallied and the competitor with the most points wins the weekend. Each event forms part of a series/championship. Competitors must compete in the entire series if they want to be crowned champion.

Sprint Class Format