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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  • Phone: +44 (0) 20 7935 4977
  • Email: info@powerboatp1.com

Key West

Race Results

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX Enduro Pro Key West

Rider Craft
Brian Baldwin Yamaha GP1800 15 25 25 65 1
Eric Francis Yamaha GP 1800 25 18 0 43 2
Nicolas Rius Yamaha GP 1800 18 15 8 41 3
Chris Saxon Yamaha FXSVHO 12 13 12 37 4
Eric Lagopoulos Yamaha GP1800 7 12 13 32 5
Erminio Iantosca Sea-Doo RXTx 300 13 0 18 31 6
Johnny Smith Yamaha GP 1800 5 11 11 27 7
Thomas Favolini Yamaha GP1800 11 0 15 26 8
Jordan Lambert Yamaha GP 1800 6 9 10 25 9
Tommy Olswang Yamaha FX CRUISER SVHO 9 10 0 19 10
Rainer Eidner Sea-Doo RXTX 300 1 7 9 17 11
Victor Nolan Yamaha FX SVHO 2 6 7 15 12
Michele Colasanto Yamaha FZS SVHO 3 5 6 14 13
Jay Edworthy Sea-Doo RXPX 10 3 0 13 14
David Chassier Yamaha FX SVHO 0 4 5 9 15
Jason Russo Yamaha GP 1800 4 0 4 8 16
David Huddleston Kawasaki 300X 8 0 0 8 17
Anthony Radetic Sea-Doo RXP-X-300 0 8 0 8 18

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX 300 Am Key West

Rider Craft
Carlito Del Valle Yamaha GP 1800 9 25 25 59 1
David Gorie Yamaha FX SVHO 25 11 12 48 2
Jason Lester Yamaha FX SVHO 15 15 15 45 3
Thomas Batisse Yamaha FX SVHO 5 18 18 41 4
Yaniel Fiallo Yamaha FX SVHO 18 9 11 38 5
Justin Taylor Sea-Doo RXPX300 10 12 13 35 6
Cody Tetreault Yamaha FX SVHO 11 13 9 33 7
Dave Davidson Yamaha GP 1800 12 10 8 30 8
Sophie Francis Yamaha FX SVHO 13 7 10 30 9
Dean Harrison Yamaha GP1800 8 4 7 19 10
Domenico Barilla Kawasaki ULTRA 310 7 5 6 18 11
Enrique Chia Yamaha FX 4 8 5 17 12
Joe Johnson Yamaha GP 1800 6 6 4 16 13
Marco Mango Sea-Doo RXPX 3 3 0 6 14
Axel Tottewitz Kawasaki 300R 0 2 3 5 15
Anthony Figueroa Kawasaki ULTRA 310 2 1 2 5 16
Pedro Jimenez Yamaha FZR 1 0 0 1 17
Stefano Attianese Kawasaki Ultra 300 0 0 1 1 18
Frank Silva Yamaha GP 1800 0 0 0 0 19

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX 250 Am Key West

Rider Craft
Christian Daly Yamaha FX SHO 18 25 25 68 1
Kevin Sullivan Yamaha FX SVHO 25 18 0 43 2

P1 AquaX  Results   P1 AquaX 200 Am Key West

Rider Craft
Jose Luis Gonzalez Yamaha VXR 18 25 25 68 1
Eric Diaz Yamaha VXS 25 18 18 61 2
Carl Lofthouse Yamaha FXHO 15 15 15 45 3

2017 Results

P1 AquaX Teams
Pos # Team Pts
1st Yamaha Dave Lee - - - 15
2nd Yamaha Dave Lee - - - 15

Key West in Florida will host the first ever World Championship for AquaX racers in three weeks’ time when more than 60 professional and amateur personal watercraft riders take to the water.

In the six years since its launch, AquaX has grown significantly to now achieve its goal of staging a world championship event. A truly international field of competitors from North America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia will head to the southernmost point in the United States next month (9 & 10 December) for a weekend of fast, furious and free-to-watch marine motorsport action.

“It’s been a natural progression from the opening race season in the United Kingdom in 2011 to the series expanding to the USA in 2013 and then into mainland Europe earlier this year” explains P1 chief executive Azam Rangoonwala. “The rapidly increasing number of riders, partners and fans has been almost overwhelming, and our close relationship with the leading manufacturers – Sea-Doo, Yamaha and Kawasaki – has added considerably to the legitimacy of our series.”

Sanctioned by the International Jet Sports Boating Association (IJSBA) and with Ford as the official tow vehicle of the series, P1 AquaX attracts world class riders to its Pro Series whilst leading amateur racers compete in three different classes. Ford is continuing its support as title sponsor the World Championship.

Lisa Barsby, Global Head of AquaX and a former world champion jet skier herself, said: “The event will be enjoyed by a sizeable audience both in Key West and through television coverage on major sports networks in more than 150 countries and live streaming on Facebook. As Key West comes back to life after Hurricane Irma, we hope that our event will help to attract visitors and provide a much-needed boost to the local economy.”

Race Timetable

Saturday 1.30pm: Pro Enduro Race 1
Saturday 3.00pm: AM Enduro Race 1
Saturday 4.30pm: Pro Enduro Race 2
Sunday 9.30am: AM Enduro Race 2
Sunday 10.00am: Pro Enduro Race 3
Sunday 12.30pm: AM Enduro Race 3
Sunday 1.30pm: Pro Enduro Race 4

*All times EST

HOST HOTEL

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES KEY WEST AT THE KEYS COLLECTION

3852 N ROOSEVELT BLVD
KEY WEST, FL 33040
(305) 296-5700

SPECIAL GROUP RATE: $169 per night (+ Sales and Occupancy Tax) for a Standard Queen Room

Rooms must be booked by 11/9/17 in order to receive the group rate

Room includes complimentary breakfast, wifi, fitness center and pool.

BOOK HERE

HOTEL WEBSITE

**If calling for reservations please state you are associated with the AquaX event to receive discount **