The third round of the P1 AquaX USA Championship in St. Pete Beach last month was the venue for the international personal watercraft promoter to announce the latest edition of the Lucas Oil P1 AquaX World Rankings, and there was cause for celebration among the American riders who now fill the top four places.
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P1 powerboat and personal watercraft racing returns to Central Florida tomorrow (Saturday, May 11) when the P1 Kissimmee/St. Cloud Grand Prix is staged on East Lake Tohopekaliga for the seventh successive year.
A party of seven riders from across China will join around eighty other competitors from 12 different countries for the final race event of the P1 AquaX season.
The countdown is underway to this weekend’s final P1 AquaX race event of the season when almost 100 personal watercraft riders will take to the water close to the B Ocean Resort at Fort Lauderdale Beach.
One of the best things about sport is seeing new stars emerge and take the world by storm, and it is no different in Powerboat P1’s thrilling P1 AquaX championship.
Next week more than 40 jet ski riders from seven countries will head to Minehead Bay on the West Somerset coast to compete for UK and European P1 AquaX titles.
P1’s extensive, international race programme got underway in April when the AquaX UK series headed to Torquay, and this weekend (July 7-8) the South Wales seaside resort of Porthcawl will host the second round of action. More than 30 jet ski riders will continue their battle for national honours at Newton Bay, one of the town’s seven beaches some 19 miles southeast of Swansea.
The annual HotelPlanner Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix Festival storms into Sarasota this weekend celebrating 34 years of the event. Produced by and benefitting the Suncoast Charities for Children the weekend promises thrills and spills galore.