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 fifty riders headed to Central Florida at the weekend (September 16-17) for the final round of the SBT P1 AquaX USA season, where the flat waters of East Lake Tohopekaliga were expected to produce fast and furious racing in the battle for championship titles. The Kissimmee/St. Cloud Grand Prix, presented by Experience Kissimmee and featuring both Pro and Am Enduro racing, saw the series visit the southern shore of the lake for the tenth time in what AquaX regards as its hometown event, with it being close to its Orlando race headquarters.
Broward Motorsports racer Dustin Farthing went into the opening Pro Enduro race with a healthy 37-point lead over fellow Yamaha FX SVHO rider Tory Snyder, with Kawasaki rider Camden Powell a further 25 points behind in third place. Victory in this race ahead of Chris Macclugage increased Farthing’s championship lead and increased the pressure on young Snyder. There was a glimmer of hope for Snyder in the second race when Farthing suffered a mechanical failure, but that hope quickly faded away when Snyder himself experienced a breakdown. That left the door open for Macclugage to take the win, followed by Deven Farthing and Anthony Radetic who has enjoyed a good season. Deven Farthing took top spot in the final race ahead of Dustin, and Macclugage’s third place finish gave him overall victory for the weekend and fifth place in the final championship standings.
In his first season of AquaX racing, young Canadian rider Nathan Dalli on his Sea-Doo RXPX took the weekend’s honors in the 300 Am Enduro class to earn him a third place finish in the championship. He will be a rider to look out for next season. The other two podium places went to Yamaha riders Tim Hickman and Carlos Rios. Hickman’s second place on the weekend produced a tie at the top of the championship standings with veteran AquaX racer Eric Diaz, but it was Hickman who took home the trophy by virtue of recording the most wins over the season.
The 200 Am Enduro class was a thrilling battle between Yamaha riders Jeff Caco and championship leader Melvin Canals from Puerto Rico. Caco came out on top for the weekend, with Canals in second place and Cayman Islands rider James Munro finishing third. Defending champion Canals dominated the season to retain his title, with Andrew Ray in the runner-up spot and Caco in third place.
Short Block Technologies (SBT), the largest personal watercraft aftermarket parts company in the world, was the title sponsor of the 2023 race series as P1 AquaX celebrated its tenth anniversary of racing in the United States.
All photos Ronny Mac ronnymac.com