P1 AquaX recently announced the support from BRP for P1 AquaX USA for 2014. The P1 AquaX tour kicks off in Daytona Beach, Fla., April 26-27.
The announcement from the AquaX site is as follows:
Industry leading PWC manufacturer BRP Sea-Doo announced this week they are committed to continuing their support for P1 AquaX USA.
As one of the market leaders in recreational PWC’s for more than 25 years, Sea-Doo continues to support competitive PWC racing, and were first on the scene to support AquaX USA in it’s inaugural season in 2013.
As well as partnering AquaX USA, Sea-Doo will continue to support all professional racers within the PWC race industry with their X-TEAM Bounty funds for both event and Championship winners. A program offered to all racers in any USA Championship riding a Sea-Doo.
BRP’s Sea-Doo Brand Manager, Adrien De Alexandris commented “BRP fully supports the P1 AquaX concept, and providing competitors with a unique watercraft racing experience with a low barrier of entry. BRP provides more support to watercraft race promoters than any other company in the PWC industry through the Sea-Doo X-TEAM racer contingency.”
BRP believes in providing as many opportunities to enjoy ride Sea-Doo watercraft as possible. Adrien said “We have supported P1 AquaX US since day one as we see the series as the perfect avenue for new racers to enter the sport in a relatively easy in an affordable manner.”
Last year’s AquaX 300 Class Champion Kevin Wassum a Sea-Doo rider commented “I’m very excited to be competing on the Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 again this year in the AquaX USA series. It’s an amazing machine and still by far the best looking watercraft on the water. “
Kevin said “I’m also very excited to be riding for the X-Team and a manufacturer that cares so much about supporting these types of events and working hard to bring new riders into the sport. Sea-Doo’s presence has been seen and felt since the first race in Daytona last season and it very cool to see them continue their support as this race series continues to grow.”
Kevin is looking forward to 2014 and about the forthcoming start he said “This season I shall be focusing more on riding aggressively during the individual races as apposed to a more cautious riding style that was necessary to secure the season championship last year. I can’t wait for Daytona in April.”