RENO, NEVADA, USA – BRP continues to prove the new Sea-Doo RXP-X is the ultimate, “off the showroom floor” high-performance watercraft with X-TEAM racer Sea-Doo Troy Snyder claiming the overall win in the highly competitive Pro Stock class during the Reno, Nevada round of the IJSBA National Tour on his Sea-Doo RXP-X
Snyder of Bradenton, Florida claimed his first overall Pro Stock win of the season aboard his Snyder Built/Neptune Racing Sea-Doo RXP-X and is now the overall championship points leader after four of the seven round 2012 series.
“This win means so much to me and my team,” said an exuberant Snyder. “I have worked really hard to be in top shape and Neptune Sea-Doo RXP-X ran incredibly strong in this 5000 foot altitude. Bo Dupriest (tuner) did a great job dialing the RXP-X in for this altitude. Switching over to the RXP-X was a good move and we are looking to carry this momentum through the rest of the season.”
Snyder follows fellow RXP-X mounted Chris MacClugage for season wins in Pro Stock and looks to build on that total at the next three rounds taking place in: Colonial Beach, VA, Lake Hartwell, Georgia, and the Governor’s Cup Final in Charleston, West Virginia.
Sea-Doo X-TEAM rider Claude Clayton finished on the podium in PRO OPEN on his Judge Motorsports Sea-Doo RXP-X as he and Brian Baldwin continue to battle to fill the podium in that class.
For more information on watercraft racing visit the IJSBA website.