P1 AquaX

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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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Date: Mon 11 Sep 2017

Davidson secures first victory as Edworthy lands North East Series

It was a thrilling end to the North East Series as Canadians Dave Davidson and Jay Edworthy took the weekend and series accolades in Chicago.

Edworthy knew that after a clean sweep in Whiting and some consistent results in the opening two races that a finish in the final race would be enough to clinch the title.

After racing both Pro and Pro Am classes at the weekend, a total of seven races, Edworthy was a beaten man by the final race but continued to push on and landed fifth, enough to secure the title from fellow Canadian Davidson.

Davidson improved on a fourth in the opening race of the weekend to take one victory and one second place, holding off Sophie Francis to finish top for the weekend.

Francis put in an amazing performance to win the final race comfortably allowing her to leapfrog Edworthy for second on the podium.

Jason Lester, who had some amazing battles throughout the course of the weekend, followed up his performance in Whiting with fourth this weekend allowing him to take third in the North East Series.

Christian Daly took victory in the 250 class but was forced to go to hospital after a moment in race one that saw him break his ankle.

There was a strong battle in the 200 class between Jennifer Nolan and George Holmquist, the latter pushing in front of the reigning Florida Series champion before an issue with his goggles forced him to drop back. Amanda LeCheminant took third.

Racing returns to Florida for the finale of the Florida Series in Ft Laurderdale in November.

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