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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Date: Sat 09 Sep 2017

Chicago: What happened last time

Brian Baldwin made his championship ambitions clear with victory in the inaugural visit to Chicago last year.

The 2016 North East series, then known as the Great Lakes series, came to a close on the shores of Chicago and it wasn’t short of drama.

Stealing the show was Baldwin who won the title with a 53-point haul over Craig Warner and Aero Aswar in second and third.

Baldwin flew out off the start line to claim his first race victory of the year and he repeated the feat in race two as he thrived in the conditions of the Great Lakes.

Chris MacClugage endured an interesting weekend as he broke down in race one, fell off before coming back to win, only to be docked two places for changing ski, in race two before clinching the third and final race of the weekend.

Aswar finished the weekend in third but was way off the pace managing just 7th in race three, whilst Kawasaki-rider Warner secured his best result of the season with second.

The Great Lakes Pro Am Enduro 300 Championship was won by Jay Edworthy, who clinched the weekend victory by just one point over Tommy Olswang to add to his earlier victory in Whiting. Daniel Steele finished third for the weekend but behind Olswang and Chris Saxon in the Great Lakes Series final standings.

Jason Lester and Jennifer Nolan clinched victories in the 250 and 200 classes.

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Race conditions and a history for drama, Chicago is sure to be a great venue for the North East series finale this weekend once again.