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 todays 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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More than twenty P1 AquaX riders headed to Florida’s Gulf coast last weekend (September 2-3) to race in the Monster Energy St. Pete Powerboat Grand Prix, the penultimate round of the Pro Enduro national championship. The event brought high-speed action to downtown St. Petersburg over Labor Day weekend when Powerboat P1 staged a double-bill of offshore powerboat and jet-ski racing, with Visit St. Pete/Clearwater as the presenting sponsor and Short Block Technologies (SBT) as the title sponsor of the national series.
It was a crucial two days for the leading Pro Enduro racers as they battled for points ahead of the season final in Kissimmee/St. Cloud in mid-September. Heading the Pro standings as they arrived in St. Pete was Broward Motorsport’s Dustin Farthing from Georgia, who took the honors on his Yamaha FX SVHO in the previous round in Daytona Beach to open up a 23-point lead over Camden Powell, with reigning champion Tory Snyder looking to close the 19-point gap behind Powell in third place.
Saturday’s opening race saw teammates Snyder and Chris Landis battling over the first six laps before a mechanical issue forced Landis to retire. This opened the door for Deven Farthing to take second place ahead of his father, Dustin.
The second race started with Canada’s Jay Edworthy holding the lead for three laps before being passed by Snyder, who then held on to the lead for the remainder of the race. Dustin Farthing took second place ahead of Deven. Sea-Doo rider Anthony Radetic claimed fourth place in both of Saturday’s races.
Dustin Farthing led from start to finish in the third race on Sunday, with Snyder battling through the field after a poor start to finish third. Chris MacClugage took second place ahead of Snyder, whose two wins on the opening day gave him overall victory for the weekend. Dustin and Deven Farthing took the other podium places, with Radetic in fourth place.
Ahead of the season finale on East Lake Tohopekaliga in Central Floria next weekend (September 16-17), Dustin Farthing has a 37-point lead over Snyder. The event will feature both Pro and Am Enduro racing, with more than fifty riders expected to compete in the SBT P1 AquaX Kissimmee/St. Cloud Grand Prix.
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