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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Date: Tue 25 Jul 2017

Watch the best bits of AquaX action on television during August

AquaX is available for everybody to enjoy throughout August with 25 separate television showings coming your way.

The P1 AquaX calendar is in full flow and action is at a maximum each weekend so be sure not miss any of it this August through a huge collection of programmes across the UK, USA and more.

Fans from the United Kingdom and Ireland have an abundance of options to watch the thrills and spills from Agon-Coutainville, Sarasota and Milford Haven courtesy of motorsport.tv UK, Sky Sports Arena SD and Sky Sports Action SD.

Fox Sports Sun is giving US followers the chance to see the action while Kwese is covering the Sub-Saharan African supporters while European channel motorsport.tv is also showing it all.

The airing times are as follows.



USA


Date Time Network Episode
2nd 6pm Fox Sports Sun 07, Sarasota
5th 11pm Fox Sports Sun 07, Sarasota
23rd 2pm Fox Sports Sun 07, Sarasota
24th 2pm Fox Sports Sun 07, Sarasota
24th 9.30pm Fox Sports Sun 05, St Pete Beach
25th 6pm Fox Sports Sun 05, St Pete Beach
26th 2pm Fox Sports Sun 05, St Pete Beach
30th 3pm Fox Sports Sun 05, St Pete Beach


UK


Date Time Network Episode
1st 1.10am motorsport.tv UK 01, Agon-Coutainville
4th 1.45am Sky Sports Arena SD (UK and Ireland) 09, Sarasota (GP of the Sea)
4th 6pm Sky Sports Arena SD (UK and Ireland) 09, Sarasota (GP of the Sea)
6th 8pm Sky Sports Arena SD (UK and Ireland) 09, Sarasota (GP of the Sea)
7th 3pm Sky Sports Arena SD (UK and Ireland) 09, Sarasota (GP of the Sea)
9th 8.05pm motorsport.tv UK 05, St Pete Beach
9th 10pm Sky Sports Arena SD (UK and Ireland) 06, Milford Haven
10th 4am Sky Sports Action SD (UK and Ireland) 06, Milford Haven
10th 8am Sky Sports Arena SD (UK and Ireland) 06, Milford Haven
10th 2pm Sky Sports Action SD (UK and Ireland) 06, Milford Haven
10th 4pm Sky Sports Arena SD (UK and Ireland) 06, Milford Haven
10th 4pm Sky Sports Action SD (UK and Ireland) 06, Milford Haven
16th 9am Sky Sports Action SD (UK and Ireland) 06, Milford Haven

OTHER


Date Time Network Territory Episode
1st 12.30am motorsport.tv Europe Europe 05, St Pete Beach
9th 8.15pm motorsport.tv France France 05, St Pete Beach
10th 3.30pm Kwese Sub-Saharan Africa 05, St Pete Beach
24th 4.30pm Kwese Sub-Saharan Africa 05, St Pete Beach