SPARK Up Your Memorial Day Weekend


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With plans of great barbecues, cottage gatherings, and beach trips just on the horizon, here are some ideas to SPARK up your weekend.


Like a Fish in the Water:
VibeWetsuitWe like to think that Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer, but that doesn’t mean we’re all free from the cold. It’s still a bit chilly out in some of the best riding locations, so you might need something to seal body warmth in and water out! Slip into the Vibe Wetsuit for the perfect amount of warmth and comfort for this time of season. Plus, its innovative mock turtleneck collar design with horizontal opening zipper gives a stylish and distinct look while being practical.
And, let’s not forget that safety is of huge importance. We want to be sure that you continue to have fun all summer long, so suit up with a matching Vibe PFD.

One with the Sun:
SportswearWhen you’re ready to take a break from the water to sit back and enjoy the weather, good vibes, and sunshine, make the most of your time in Sea-Doo gear made just for the occasion.
The Breeze Dress makes for a great swimsuit cover-up with its lightweight material and is perfectly flattering and feminine.
For the Sea-Doo enthusiastic men, show off your X-Team pride and stay beach-day ready with the X-Team cap, Particle Shirt & Cove Boardshorts.

More Fun to Add:
ChillShadeWe’re sure you’ll be spending lots of time in the sun this weekend, and we’re also sure you’ll remember to pack the sunscreen in your Sea-Doo Duffle Bag. But, even if it does slip your mind, the Chill Shade will keep you covered whether you’re on your Sea-Doo SPARK or looking for cover on the beach.

Now, it’s time to take your Sea-Doo watercraft for a spin! #SPARKSOMEFUN and enjoy 15% off online orders of $50 and more from May 22 – May 25, 2015 at That’s our way of sparking up your weekend!


PartyInviteDo you live in the Boca/Pompano Beach/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida area and would like to join the Sea-Doo event team at the Ultimate Sea-Doo Beach Party?

AND be in famous YouTube filmmaker Devin Super Tramp’s next hit video?

We are looking for 10-15 beautiful Sea-Doo fans to join our beach party on Thursday, May 28 at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach, FL. Join the fun and be part of Devin’s next hit video. We will have fun, food, and some Sea-Doo giveaways. This is a full day commitment as the party will go from 8AM to 5PM.

If interested, please send an e-mail telling us why you would love to join the Ultimate Sea-Doo Beach Party and include a current picture of yourself to

Come with us to #SPARKSOMEFUN!

Dr. Doo: Transition from Storage to the Water


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After a cold and extended winter, we cannot be more excited to reunite with some warm weather and get back to riding! If you winterized your watercraft with the basic maintenance, you’re in great shape to get back to the water with minimal prep. Here are a few quick tips to ensure the best performance of your Sea-Doo watercraft and maximum fun this summer.

After bringing your Sea-Doo watercraft out of hibernation, it’s a good practice to Clean & Detail to prevent sun damage and remove contaminates from the water.

  • c0c824a40d95c98a5fef9ecf825b18aeGrab the hose and rinse off with the XPS Boat and PWC Wash and Wax. Made exclusively for Sea-Doo watercraft, this material-safe product will bring back that showroom shine.
  • The long winter months can take a toll on your vinyl seats creating mold and grime from the moisture. Use the XPS vinyl cleaner to help restore your vinyl seat and handlebar pad.
  • Once your Sea-Doo watercraft is looking new again, grab the XPS microfiber towel to avoid scratching and polish to perfection.

A clean ride also needs to be a ‘healthy’ ride. Before starting the season, be sure to perform a thorough inspection to make sure that all your watercraft parts are functioning properly. A basic check-up includes the following:

  • Inspect all fuel and water lines for cracks or any other types of damage. Always replace any lines that you notice with damage before riding.
  • Check all electrical connections for damage or build up. If any damages are noticed be sure to have them repaired. For build-up, a good cleaning will help reset for riding season.
  • t329_cd4cdc58b4cabb59dde74ad985e31d0fIf you did not change the oil and oil filter before winterizing, spring-cleaning provides the best opportunity to do this. The XPS 4-stroke Maintenance and Oil Change Kit includes XPS oil, an oil filter, three NGK spark plugs and an instruction sheet.
  • Spark plugs can develop residue or collect moisture over the winter due to the cold. Check and change your spark plugs if necessary.
  • Make sure your battery has been properly charged and reinstall the battery into your Sea-Doo watercraft.
  • 2015-SEA-DOO-RXP-X-260---STUDIO-AES_SteeringThe controls should be checked for proper movement. This includes (steering, steering cable, throttle, throttle cable and iBR, lever). If they stick, use the XPS lUBE so that they move freely.
  • Double-check that your Sea-Doo watercraft is running correctly by connecting it to a hose. Start the engine and run for no longer than two minutes.
  • If you run into any questions during the Spring-cleaning process, always refer to your Sea-Doo owner’s manual or ask your authorized Sea-Doo dealer.

Following these simple steps will ensure that you have the best riding season that you can. Now, it’s time to have some fun! Do you have additional pre-riding rituals to share? Share them with us.

A Perfect Mother’s Day Gift


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If your mom isn’t afraid of splashes and is a Sea-Doo fanatic, we’ve got the best gift ideas for Mothers’ Day! From sporty and casual to technical gear, here are our Top Gifts for Mother’s Day:

  1. Sea-Doo_PAC_2015_Luxury_0550_cb_tifFor the mom who’s passionate about riding: The Ladies’ Deluxe Wetsuit is perfect for this time of year. The weather is warming up, but the water still has that spring chill to it. This wetsuit will help her stay comfortable and warm in varying water temperatures, and also provides free movement of the arms. t335_4609cc13439a0aad0cdac0f28f3ab746
    If she needs a little added protection, pair it with the matching Ladies’ Deluxe Jacket for a luxe feeling and stylish look. Along with her new gear, be sure that she’s fully protected with a PFD of her choice.LadiesVibePFDIf you are looking for a PFD that combines great value with high quality, we suggest the Ladies Vibe PFD, made with super-duty nylon. It has large armholes that allow for free-arm movement. If you want to offer her the crème de la crème, there’s the Ladies’ Airflow PFD, made with fast-drying ecoprene. It gives a comfortable fit thanks to stretch lining fabric and mesh drain panels.
  2. Sea-Doo_PAC_2015_MixAndMatch_1689_cb_tifFor the mom who’s sure to take a Dip: If she likes to alternate between tanning sessions and refreshing dips, the Splash Bikini Top is ideal. It offers great support, dries quickly and looks very flattering when worn with the Ladies’ Pulse Boardshorts. The boardshorts are also made with an ultra lightweight fabric and quick-dry fabric. Comfort and class rolled into one great simple outfit!
  3. Sea-Doo_PAC_2015_Sportswear_1456_cb_tifFor the mom that loves weekend getaways: For a nice relaxing weekend at the cottage, a family trip or any kind of getaway, the chic Breeze Dress and Sea-Doo Signature Tee pack away will give her a stylish look as everyday casual wear.

No matter what kind of Mother’s Day she’s looking for, whether it is adventurous or relaxing, these suggestions make great gifts that she’ll enjoy beyond just one day a year!

Adventuring Across the Seas


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It’s never too early to plan your big summer adventures. There are many things to think about when getting ready for a long sea excursion. It requires thoughtful planning, sound physical riding ability and increased vigilance.
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Here are some pieces of advice:

1) Know yours and your machine’s limits and think safety at all times.

2) When cruising the seas from one destination to another, choose to go with a flotilla. There is safety in numbers. Ideally, a large boat will break the seas for a smoother ride and add extra safety.

3) Timing as always comes down to Mother Nature. Times to avoid are windier months or months that are known for heavier storms that can make seas pretty rough.

4) Before the journey, don’t let your miscellaneous items go to the wayside when doing your prep. Items like your passport, medication, and credit cards may seem like obvious things to remember, but best add them to your checklist, just in case.

Getaway must-have items we recommend: 

1) Safety Equipment –  A watertight flashlight, Replenished Fire Extinguisher, and First Aid Kit are great starts to have on your checklist.

We recommend reviewing and following the recommended list by the USCG.

2) Additional Comfort – Most planners have the basics covered like sunscreen, water and snacks and extra clothing, but there are some additional items that will help make your ride feel a bit more comfortable: Sea-Doo_PAC_2015_TowSports_0120_cb_tif

  • The Freedom PFD is incredibly durable and made for maximum comfort with anatomically cut armholes. They also have a goggle-to-PFD attachment cord so that your goggles stay with you throughout the ride.
  • The Sea-Doo Riding Goggles will help keep your eyes from drying out and the polarized lenses are sure to enhance the magnificent views.
  • Sea-Doo_PAC_2015_RecLite_1592_AC_tifThe Attitude Full Finger or Shorty Vehicle Gloves not only protect against wind, but also provide maximum grip. Variations in wind can make the ride less pleasant if you’re not properly prepared.
  • The Sea-Doo Water Shoes will add extra support thanks to their anti-slip features.

Sea-Doo_PAC_2015_Recreation_0622_AC-3_tif3) Convenient accessoriesAmong the basics, we recommend adding a Handheld GPS along with some extra batteries. A sandbag anchor will be sure to come in handy when a break is needed, and the Sea-Doo Speed Tie and Snap-in Fenders will help you be ready for easy docking once you make it to your destination.

A mantra to live by when prepping for these types of trips is that you can never be over-prepared. Build up to your sea excursion with long watercraft rides. Find out what kinds of surprises you run into and learn what to be prepared for!

Ultimate Sea-Doo Beach Party


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Visit the Ultimate Sea-Doo Beach Party Page and Enter your best photos or 15 second videos showing how you #SparkSomeFun from now through April 30th. The Top 5 best #SparkSomeFun submissions will be put to a community vote from May 2nd – May 6th, with one lucky winner and two friends receiving an all-expense paid trip to live out your dream of the Ultimate Sea-Doo Beach Party and be part of Devin Super Tramp’s next hit video.The winner will also receive a new Sea-Doo SPARK watercraft to take home with them.

The fun doesn’t end there; we will also select and announce on the Sea-Doo Facebook page one random winner each week to receive exclusive Sea-Doo gear. Good luck!

Official Rules for Entry



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Sea-Doo fully chargedThe 2015 boating season is fast approaching and Sea-Doo owners are preparing for a full summer of family fun on the water. As you are taking your beloved Sea-Doo watercraft or boat out of hibernation there are some technical aspects that Father time may have had his way with over the past few dormant months. Your battery is where it all starts (or doesn’t start) and batteries can and do lose their ability to maintain a charge over time. But, there is another crucial component that can also lose its charge, your mandatory fire extinguisher.

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The beginning of the season is the time to check both of these essential items as both your Sea-Doo watercraft battery and fire extinguisher can lose their charge over the winter months of inactivity. Regardless of age, your battery should be given a full charge as step one in pre-season prep.  Be sure to remove the battery from the PWC to avoid gas fumes and possible fire, and set it on a cleared work bench. Connect a battery charger to the battery and let charge over night (please refer to owners manual for exact charging procedures).  Most modern battery chargers include “fully charged” indicator and this indicator should inform you if the battery is accepting the charge  – meaning the battery is still good – or not. If the battery is not accepting the charge or holding the charge and shows signs of being weak after a 6+ hour charge, it is time to replace it with a new Sea-Doo specific battery from an authorized BRP/Sea-Doo dealership. Be sure to bring your old battery with you to your dealership so it can be properly and responsibly disposed of.

Every PWC, including Sea-Doo watercraft, must carry a fully charged fire extinguisher onboard at all times. This is for not only your safety but potentially the safety of others.

Sea-Doo Fire ExtinguisherBut you may ask, “why?” Why do I need a fire extinguisher on a watercraft when I am going to be surrounded by water? That is a fair question. The answer is you never know what can happen during a day of boating. If something were to happen where there was an open flame while you were riding you would be able to extinguish it. Having a fully charged fire extinguisher on board can also be very helpful when encountering another vessel with an open flame situation. The Coast Guard and local boating law enforcement agencies check fire extinguishers to ensure they are up to date and fully charged. The best rule of thumb is, if your fire extinguisher doesn’t have an actual pressure gauge, is to replace it every year.

Sea-Doo Safety KitAnd while we are discussing safety the Sea-Doo Safety Kit can also help you in, or out of, an unexpected situation. In case your friend didn’t replace his older battery, the kit includes a whistle that he can use to let you know he needs you to tow him back to shore with the buoyant 50′ nylon rope that is also included in the kit.  The Sea-Doo Safety Kit also includes a flashlight to help inspect the engine compartment and the container can be used as a bailer.

These three items should be first on your To Do list when preparing your Sea-Doo for the coming season and all three products can be purchased at an authorized BRP/Sea-Doo dealer. Check the Doctor Doo column of OnBoard for regular maintenance, service, and DIY tips to ensure you get the greatest reliability and most fun from your Sea-Doo watercraft.



Racing with the Sea-Doo X-TEAM – Paul Green


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NAME: Paul Green
AGE: 48 years old
PORT: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
FAMILY: Single

Where did you grow up and how was your competitive spirit developed?

Paul – Growing up in Toronto Canada, I spent my childhood summers on Georgian Bay enjoying various watersports and outdoor activities. My father got me into amateur boxing at a young age, which taught me how to be mentally strong and compete

What do you do away from the water to stay on the water? What’s your profession?

Paul – I currently own a private investigation business in Toronto, and I’m a Certified Fraud Examiner CFE.

Being self – employed and having a flexible work schedule, allows me to travel and pursue my racing career. The experience I’ve gained through running my own business, has helped me manage my racing career.

How were you introduced to watersports?

Paul – My first introduction into watersports was waterskiing at our cottage as a child. That would lead to working as a lifeguard and later teaching competitive swimming to youths. My first PWC was a Wet Jet 432 that handled like a tank!   

Since you began competing what are some of your accolades?

Paul – My first season competing on a runabout was 2014. I raced the CWA Watercross Tour in the newly formed Runabout Rec Lights Class. I was dominant in the class and won the overall title. I also won the Master Ski Stock overall title.

Picture 1What is it about the Sea-Doo SPARK that enticed you to race this new model?

Paul – Initially, I purchased the SPARK as a fun boat for the weekends. After spending sometime on the boat, I realized the boats potential as a viable race craft. I began working on the machine and started promoting it within the watercraft community. Not long after, SPARKs began showing up at the races and a new class was born.

What kind of support team do you have behind you and what does it entail?

Paul – I am lucky to have Riva Racing, Sea-Doo X-TEAM, and Solas as sponsors. I have been testing with Riva and assisting them in developing new performance products for the SPARK. My girlfriend, Rachel Thomas, has also been instrumental in my success on and off the water. No one wins titles by themselves.

Your accomplishments riding watercraft have opened the doors for other action opportunities. What “extra” perks have you enjoyed from being a pro racer?

Paul – I have traveled extensively with the sport and have enjoyed the experience greatly. This past summer, I had the opportunity to take up wake surfing thanks to my family which is a blast. I also try to attend as many Monster Energy Supercross races as I can each season. Getting the recognition as an X-Team member is a thrill.

Where is your favorite PWC race site?

Paul – I enjoy the Ocean race sites, particularly the Florida stops with the warm water and ever changing surf. Racing surf forces the rider to use all their skills in order to be successful. The Ocean levels out the playing field.

What is it about PWC racing that keeps you coming back?

Paul – I started racing PWC’s in the late 80’s and have enjoyed competing both as a privateer and as a factory backed rider in the 90’s. The thing that keeps me coming back to the sport is the constant innovations to the watercraft. I find the technology fuels my passion and I’m constantly being forced to learn new things. The clean burning 4 strokes of today are superior to the 2 stroke technologies of yesterday.

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Where is your favorite non-racing, riding location?

Paul – I really enjoy riding in South Florida and the Florida Keys. The natural beauty of the area can’t be beat. Surf riding at the Sebastian Inlet in Florida is always eventful too! Watching Dolphins and Sharks share the water as you ride is an awesome sight to see.

What is or has been YOUR favorite part of being part of the Sea-Doo X-TEAM

Paul – My favorite part of being on the Sea-Doo X-Team is being part of a professional group of racers who have similar focus and goals. The comradery and friendships formed are the best part of the team. The opportunity to showcase my riding skills with other high level athletes is great.

Picture 9What are you racing right now and what are looking forward to, and who is supporting your 2015 efforts?

Paul – I plan to ride a 2015 Sea-Doo SPARK and defend my CWA title in the Runabout Rec Lights class. I’m also exploring the possibility of racing a Sea-Doo RXP-X in the Pro Am Runabout Stock class. Riva Racing, Sea-Doo and Solas will be my key sponsors for 2015. I’m looking forward to continued success in 2015 aboard Sea-Doo watercraft!

BRP thanks Paul Green for his time and dedication to the pursuit of PWC racing glory aboard Sea-Doo. You can follow Paul; on his Facebook page,



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bountyValcourt, QC, CANADA– February, 17, 2015 – BRP announces an unmatched level of race support in North America for those competing on modern Sea-Doo watercraft through the 2015 Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty racer contingency program and Sea-Doo X-TEAM event support program.

BRP has set the benchmark in watercraft runabout racing over the past 20-plus years, with an unprecedented run of Pro World Championships since the introduction of the Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 with Ergolock and T3 hull. The 2015 Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty program contributes more contingency money than any other program in the industry and makes it available to all Sea-Doo riders competing in the various disciplines of watercraft racing in North America. BRP also ensures there are more race events across North America through the Sea-Doo Promoter support program.

BRP’s Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty is open to ALL racers competing only on modern Sea-Doo models in designated classes. The Sea-Doo X-TEAM contingency is essentially an, “open-sponsorship”. In addition to the glory that comes with winning on Sea-Doo watercraft, comes the opportunity for extra prize money. The Sea-Doo events team will also present the Sea-Doo X-TEAM Pro Pit Lounge at various race events where friends and family of Sea-Doo racers can enjoy special BRP hospitality and a VIP experience.

The Sea-Doo X-TEAM Event Support program provides event promoters sponsorship to help them produce additional, high-quality, fun events. BRP works with promoters to ensure Sea-Doo performance enthusiasts have a place to ride and compete in an organized manner, providing another fun aspect of owning a Sea-Doo watercraft.

“BRP markets the best in performance watercraft with the Sea-Doo X models and supports those winning races on them with the strongest contingency program in the industry, the Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty,” says Tim McKercher, of Sea-Doo watercraft competition management. “BRP takes the lead in supporting the sport, ensuring watercraft owners have more,,good events to participate in. The Sea-Doo X-TEAM event support program helps promoters produce even more higher quality events.

BRP does more for the sport of watercraft racing than any other company. For 2015, Sea-Doo X-TEAM program support begins at the 11th annual Mark Hahn Memorial 300 endurance race taking place in Lake Havasu, Arizona February 28th.

The Sea-Doo Promoter Support program will include sponsorship of the following North American watercraft racing series:

IJSBA World FinalsLake Havasu City, AZ

P1 AquaX SeriesFlorida

Surf & Turf Tour – South-East United States HydroDrags – South-East United States (Drag Racing)

Canadian Watercross Tour – Ontario, Canada

Mark Hahn Memorial 300 – Lake Havasu City, AZ (endurance)

Click for complete 2015 Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty details. 

Click for information on the Word Championship winning Sea-Doo watercraft performance models.

2015 Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty Program


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Sea-Doo Watercraft Racer Contingency Program

Regular 2015 Season Program – Includes ALL IJSBA Sanctioned closed course races in the United States and Canada

Finish Position Amateur Rec Lites SPARK Runabout 1000 Superstock° Expert Runabout OPEN
1st $100.00 $100.00 $100.00
2nd $50.00 $50.00 $50.00
Finish Position Expert Runabout STOCK Pro-Am Runabout LIMITED
1st $100.00 $200.00
2nd $50.00 $100.00
Finish Position Pro-Am Runabout STOCK Pro-Am Runabout OPEN
1st $350.00 $350.00
2nd $200.00 $200.00


Finish Position 200 CLASS 250 CLASS 300 CLASS
1st $300.00 $500.00 $750.00
2nd $100.00 $200.00 $300.00
3rd $50.00 $100.00 $100.00
Championship Bonus $500.00 $2,000.00 $3,000.00


Finish Position Runabout <1000 cc Womens Runabout Pro-Am Runabout Superstock
1st $200.00 $200.00 $200.00
2nd $100.00 $100.00 $100.00
3rd $50.00 $50.00
Finish Position Pro-Am Runabout STOCK Pro-Am Runabout OPEN
1st $700.00 $700.00
2nd $300.00 $300.00
3rd $200.00 $200.00
Championship Bonus $3,000.00 $3,000.00

IJSBA World Championship in October, 2015

Finish Position Novice Runabout Stock Novice Runabout Limited Amateur Rec Lites & 1000 Superstock°
Champion $150.00 $150.00 $200.00
2nd $100.00
Finish Position Expert Runabout OPEN Expert Runabout Limited Pro Woman Runabout
Champion $260.00 $260.00 $1,000.00
2nd $150.00 $150.00 $400.00
3rd $260.00
Finish Position Pro Am Runabout LIMITED Pro-AM Runabout STOCK
Champion $1,000.00 $4,000.00
2nd $500.00 $1,000.00
3rd $260.00 $260.00
Finish Position Pro GP Runabout Pro Runabout OPEN
Champion $2,600.00 $5,000.00
2nd $500.00 $1,000.00
3rd $260.00 $500.00


Finish Position Hydro Stock Hydro Limited Hydro Superstock Hydro Unlimited
1st $200.00 $150.00 $200.00 $300.00

Offshore/Endurance Events – for Overall Finishing Position

Finish Position Mark Hahn Memorial 300 Long Beach 2 Catalina
1st $750.00 $500.00
2nd $250.00 $250.00

2015 SEA-DOO X-TEAM BOUNTY Eligibility Rules:


  1. To be eligible for the Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty contingency, racer must compete on an IJSBA or Pro Watercross eligible Sea-Doo watercraft in the specified class(es) described in the rules and contingency tables within the United States or Canada. Race events offering the Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty are all those in North America sanctioned by either the IJSBA or Pro Watercross on the Pro Watercross tour.
  2. ONLY racers competing on 4-TEC or ACE engine powered Sea-Doo watercraft qualify.
  3. Racer must list “SEA-DOO” as the brand of watercraft raced and “SEA‑DOO X TEAM” as a sponsor on all entries.
  4. The SEA-DOO X-TEAM BOUNTY logo decal must be clearly visible and legible on watercraft forward of the handlebars and above the waterline. Sea-Doo LOGO decals must be clearly visible on both sides of the watercraft on the hull gunnel – minimum of two (2”) inch tall lettering. Sea-Doo Bounty logo decal supplied by promoter or write to
  5. Racer is eligible for as many contingency payments as earned during an event.
  6. *To be eligible for the Pro Watercross and AquaX Championship bonuses, racer must have competed solely on a Sea-Doo watercraft in scheduled runabout heats, LCQs, motos, etc. no matter the class while meeting all above criteria for every racing instance.
  7. Racer MUST compete against a MINIMUM OF FIVE (5) finalists in the class to qualify for contingency.
  8. HydroDrag contingency is available for drag racing event only – to be eligible for Unlimited Bounty the PWC must be a modern Sea-Doo configuration top deck and utilize a Rotax 4-TEC or ACE engine.
  9. Contingency prizes will be paid for overall closed-course racing only. Slalom does not apply. In IJSBA World Finals contingency, only Overall Titles will be paid.
  10. For the 2015 race season, all claims must be sent in by the racer, within 10 days of the event, and postmarked no later than July 10, 2015 (for races taking place between February 21, 2015-July 5, 2015) September 11, 2015 (for races between July 11, 2015 – September 20, 2015) and October 19, 2015 (for the World Finals). Claims postmarked after these dates will not be honored.
  11. Contingency payments will be issued to racers from BRP only after the IJSBA and BRP have verified official results.
  12. All claims must be signed by an event or sanctioning body official, if not, payment will not be made. Racers have the responsibility to have the claim properly completed (providing all requested information) and mailed to the address above. Please allow 6-8 weeks for processing of checks after the July 10, 2015, September 20, 2015, and October 19, 2015 cut-off dates.
  13. Racer MUST provide a signed W-9 Tax form and supply images of the Sea-Doo watercraft raced WITH FIRST redemption submission, before any payments will be made by BRP.
  14. BRP reserves the right to reject a claim not properly or fraudulently filed and reserves the right to cancel this program at any time.
  15. BRP will NOT accept ANY responsibility for any DAMAGES or INJURIES, including DEATH that may occur during the above-described events.
  16. Racers grant BRP the unlimited rights to utilize their name, their photograph, their person, and their performance in advertising and promotional efforts with out limit.

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