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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Macc Attack Takes Championship At Fort Lauderdale Finale

Race Results

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX Enduro Pro Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Chris MacClugage Yamaha FX SVHO 20 20 17 57 1
Eric Francis Kawasaki Ultra 310 15 15 20 50 2
Aero Aswar Yamaha FZR SVHO 17 17 15 49 3
Anya Colley Sea-Doo RXPX 12 14 12 38 4
Eric Lagopoulos Yamaha FX SVHO 13 11 13 37 5
Victor Nolan Yamaha FX SVHO 10 12 10 32 6
Marcus Jorgenson Yamaha FX SVHO 14 8 8 30 7
Mike Klippenstein Yamaha FX-SVHO 0 14 14 28 8
David Chassier Yamaha FX SVHO 11 6 9 26 9
Paul Green Yamaha FX SVHO 8 9 7 24 10
Travis Zielasko Yamaha SVHO 9 7 6 22 11
Jason Russo Yamaha FX SVHO 0 10 11 21 12

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX 300 Am Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Tommy Olswang Yamaha FX SVHO 20 20 40 1
Joseph Harvey Kawasaki Ultra 310R 17 17 34 2
Anthony Radetic Sea-Doo RXP-X-300 11 15 26 3
Gary Shrigley Sea-Doo RXPX 13 13 26 4
Hector Toledo Yamaha FXR 12 12 24 5
Damien Evans Yamaha FZR SVHO 10 11 21 6
Chris Saxon Yamaha FX SVHO 15 6 21 7
George Holmquist Yamaha FX SVHO 7 10 17 8
Sophie Perrin Kawasaki ultra 310r 1 14 15 9
Carlos Del Valle Sea-Doo RXPX 300 14 0 14 10
Dean Harrison Sea-Doo RXPX 4 7 11 11
Dominic Arcamone Yamaha FX SVHO 2 8 10 12
Richard Rowe Yamaha FX SVHO 0 9 9 13
Derek Anderson Sea-Doo RXPX 9 0 9 14
Cody Tetreault Sea-Doo RXPX 8 0 8 15
Enrique Chia Kawasaki 310R 6 0 6 16
Cody Tetreault Yamaha FZR-SVHO 5 0 5 17
Michael Arcamone Yamaha FZS 3 0 3 18

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX 250 Am Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Jason Lester Sea-Doo RXPX 20 20 40 1
Alejandro Mora Sea-Doo GTR 215 17 17 34 2
Kevin Sullivan Yamaha FX SHO 15 15 30 3

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX 200 Am Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Jennifer Nolan Yamaha VXR 20 20 40 1
Duncan Johnstone Yamaha FXHO 17 15 32 2
Dave Lee Yamaha FX SHO 14 17 31 3
Carl Lofthouse Yamaha FX HO 15 14 29 4
Yaniel Fiallo Yamaha FZR SVHO 12 13 25 5
Amanda la Cheminant Yamaha VXR 13 12 25 6

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX Sprint Pro Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Franco Tobler Trinity 1100 20 20 20 60 1
Johnny Smith Trinity Vector 17 17 17 51 2
Tony Cantalamessa Kawasaki SXR 1100 15 15 15 45 3

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX Sport GP Pro / Am Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Sam Nehme Yamaha Blaster 20 20 20 60 1
Johnny Smith Yamaha Blaster 17 17 17 51 2
Keith Dill Yamaha Blaster 15 15 15 45 3
Michael Osbourne Bullet Blaster 14 14 14 42 4
Jessica Milone Yamaha Blaster 13 12 12 37 5
Christopher Landis Yamaha Wave Blaster 11 13 11 35 6
Ken Waddle Yamaha Blaster 10 10 13 33 7
Mark Landis Yamaha Wave Blaster 12 11 10 33 8

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX Spark Pro / Am Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Eric Gabryel Sea-Doo Spark 20 20 20 60 1
Eric T Gabryel Sea-Doo Spark 17 17 15 49 2
Paul Green Sea-Doo Spark 15 15 17 47 3

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX Ski Junior Am Fort Lauderdale

Rider Craft
Haden Skellett Yamaha Super Jet 20 20 20 60 1
Sammy Nehme Kawasaki SXR 800 17 17 17 51 2
Taylor Skellett Kawasaki SXR 15 0 0 15 3

Chris MacClugage took victory at a stop-start finale in Fort Lauderdale to clinch the 2016 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro title.

Brit Joe Harvey became the first ever AM International Cup champion

Brit Joe Harvey became the first ever AM International Cup champion

Known as the GOAT (Greatest of all time) in the personal watercraft racing world, MacClugage won five of the last six races in the series to snatch the title from Aero Aswar who had led the championship since round two in Sarasota.

MacClugage recorded more wins than anyone on the tour but had suffered four DNFs throughout the first three rounds. However, a clean sweep in Lake Worth and two from three in Fort Lauderdale handed him the title with the P1 AquaX rules allowing all riders to drop their three lowest scores from the final championship standings.

Tommy Olswang won both races in the AM International Cup

Tommy Olswang won both races in the AM International Cup

Marine activity on course caused all three Pro Enduro races to take place on Sunday with race two having to be red flagged after just five laps. It also impacted on the AM International Cup which could only complete two of three races due to the multiple breaks in racing.

MacClugage was helped by the red flag in race two which handed him the win after his typically quick start put him in the lead before it was called short. This added to his victory in race one meaning that even a defeat to Eric Francis in race three was not enough to strip him of the weekend win and the overall championship.

Franco Tobler made it six straight wins in the Pro Sprint class

Franco Tobler made it six straight wins in the Pro Sprint class

Francis finished the season off in style, recording a second second place finish in as many rounds, whilst Aswar could only manage third as he saw his championship hopes go up in smoke.

In the Am International Cup it was Joe Harvey who emerged victorious, however, the weekend win went to Tommy Olswang who put behind him a disappointing opening round in Lake Worth to win both races in Fort Lauderdale. Harvey settled for second both times but ensured Chris Saxon, the championship leader heading into round two, stayed behind him to take the title.

Johnny Smith clinched the 2016 Pro Sprint title

Johnny Smith clinched the 2016 Pro Sprint title

Jason Lester and Jennifer Nolan once again completed a clean sweep to land the 250 and 200 class title. Franco Tobler secured his sixth straight race win to land the Pro Sprint weekend victory but it was Johnny Smith who took the championship title with a second place finish after racing in all three rounds.

The other weekend winners were Sam Nehme in the Sport class, Eric J Gabryel in the Spark class and Haden Skellett in the Junior Sprint class.

Sam Nehme won the Sport class

Sam Nehme won the Sport class

That wraps up a fantastic year of racing on the P1 AquaX USA tour with even more dates ready to be added to the 2017 calendar.

Chris MacClugage took victory at a stop-start finale in Fort Lauderdale to clinch the 2016 P1 AquaX Pro Enduro title.

Saturday 19 Nov

10.30am - 11.30am
AM Enduro Race 1

12.00pm - 12.15pm
Junior Ski Race 1

12.15pm - 12.45pm
Sport/Spark Race 1

12.45pm - 1.15pm
Pro Sprint Ski GP/Ski Stock Race 1

1.15pm - 2.15pm
Pro Enduro Race 1

2.30pm - 3.00pm
Am Enduro Race 2

Sunday 20 Nov

9.00am – 9.15am
Junior Ski Race 2

9.15am – 9.30am
Sport/Spark Race 2

9.30am – 9.45am
Pro Sprint Ski GP/Ski Stock Race 2

9.45am - 10.30am
Pro Enduro Race 2

11.00am – 12.00pm
AM Enduro Race 3

12.15pm - 12.30pm
Junior Ski Race 3

12.30pm – 12.45pm
Sport/Spark Race 3

12.45pm - 1.00pm
Pro Sprint Ski GP/Ski Stock Race 3

1.30pm - 2.30pm
Pro Enduro Race 3

2016 Results

P1 AquaX Teams
Pos # Team Pts

The finale of the AquaX Series will once again return to Ft Lauderdale in 2018!

On 17/18 November the stunning Ft Lauderdale Beach welcomes the 2018 AquaX Pro Series and Florida Amateur Series on a weekend which will see both championships crown their champions.

The principal city of the Miami area, Ft Lauderdale is a popular tourist destination and gets around 3,000 hours of sunshine per year.

Fort Lauderdale Beach features an array of shops, restaurants, sidewalk cafes and entertainment venues. The area is home to the Las Olas Marina and Fort Lauderdale Aquatics Center, as well as numerous other special events. In addition the beach offers a wide range of activities including boating, wind surfing, jet skiing, volleyball, snorkeling, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and rollerblading.

Last season, Chris MacClugage clinched his second straight AquaX Pro Series title, despite racing with a broken leg, at this venue and will be confident of making it three-in-a-row this year.


Date: Saturday, November 17 and Sunday 18, 2018
Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm EST
Price: $50 per day
Children 12 and under – Free

Ticket price includes complimentary food and drinks ticket and prime race viewing

Please note: No coolers, pets, or beach furniture will be permitted in VIP Hospitality

Click here to buy your VIP Hospitality tickets: https://www.p1aquax.com/tickets



801 Seabreeze Blvd
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316

$159/night + sales tax
Self-Parking discounted to $15/day
Valet discounted to $20/day

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