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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We always look forward to returning because we receive such a warm welcome from both Experience Kissimmee and the City of St. Cloud. We regard this event as our hometown race with it being close to our Orlando race headquarters and the very first venue we visited in Florida ten years ago.
P1 USA Championship Manager
More than sixty personal watercraft riders are heading to Central Florida for the final event of the P1 AquaX USA race season this weekend (September 16-17). The SBT P1 AquaX Kissimmee/St. Cloud Grand Prix, presented by Experience Kissimmee and featuring both Pro and Am Enduro racing, will see riders battling for points in the national championship which kicked off in July in Michigan City. Short Block Technologies (SBT), the largest personal watercraft aftermarket parts company in the world, is the title sponsor of the series, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary of racing in the United States.
With St. Cloud on its southern shore, East Lake Tohopekaliga will be the race venue for the tenth time and P1 USA Championship Manager Michelle Petro said: “We always look forward to returning because we receive such a warm welcome from both Experience Kissimmee and the City of St. Cloud. We regard this event as our hometown race with it being close to our Orlando race headquarters and the very first venue we visited in Florida ten years ago.”
Broward Motorsports rider Dustin Farthing from Georgia goes into the opening Pro Enduro race on Saturday with a 37-point lead over fellow Yamaha FX SVHO rider Tory Snyder, with Kawasaki rider Camden Powell a further 25 points behind in third place. The battle for the 300 Am Enduro national title is intense, with just 16 points covering the top five riders. Currently in second place, 26-year-old Cline Glidden will be looking to close the 5-point gap on championship leader Eric Diaz from Puerto Rico to claim the title for the Cayman Islands. Another Puerto Rican racer, Melvin Canals heads the 200 Am Enduro standings.
Racing will commence at 10.30am on Saturday and 9.30am on Sunday, with the podium awards presentation taking place at Lake Font Park at 3.00pm on Sunday. Race highlights will be broadcast on Bally Sports Regional Networks.