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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P1 AquaX USA will host 10 events in 2017, more than ever before, as the series continue to expand after yet another successful year of racing in 2016.
The season will once again be split into Pro and Amateur championships’, with the amateur series including a second visit north of the country for the newly named North East series that will now feature Huntington, West Virginia as a third venue.
The biggest news to come out of the 2017 plans is that a world championship event in Key West, Florida will end the season. This will take place in the second week of December and will see the top racers from around the world compete for the chance to become the very first AquaX world champion.
Starting at Daytona in April, the AquaX USA season will run right up until November, before heading to the World Championships in the final month of 2017.
Daytona, Sarasota, Islamorada, Chicago and Ft Lauderdale (one venue still to be confirmed) will play host to the P1 AquaX USA Pro Series.
Daytona, Kissimmee St Cloud, Islamorada and Ft Lauderdale (one venue still to be confirmed) are venues for the Amateur Florida Series, whilst Huntington, Whiting and Chicago are confirmed for the Amateur North East Series.
Chris MacClugage will be hoping to retain his 2016 Pro Series title after finishing the season with five wins from six. Aero Aswar will be his biggest danger after the Indonesian star held top spot in the standings from round two until the final round at Ft Lauderdale, whilst Eric Francis finished the season strongly to take third.
P1 AquaX Pro Series
P1 AquaX Am Florida Series
P1 AquaX Am North East Series
P1 AquaX World Championship: