With the second half of the watercraft racing season upon us Sea-Doo racers continue to collect championships in Europe and top X-TEAM riders are in the hunt for US National Championships.



James Bushell has added another Pro Stock European championship to his resume aboard his 158Performance backed Sea-Doo RXP-X and is targeted to win the UK Championship in the Superstock 1000 class on the new Sea-Doo Spark and PRO GP classes on his Open class RXP-X. Bushell is proving his Sea-Doo RXP-X is still the watercraft to beat with solid wins amongst strong opposition all in the effort to prepare to defend his three year string of winning double world championships at the IJSBA World Finals, taking place in early October in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Erminio Iantosca has his eyes set on the US National Title aboard his Sea-Doo RXP-X.  Photo Proridermag.com

Erminio Iantosca on his Sea-Doo RXP-X is in the hunt for the US National Title.
Photo Proridermag.com

On the Hydroturf US National Tour, both Sea-Doo X-TEAM riders Erminio Iantosca and defending PRO OPEN world champion Jared Moore from South Africa are in the hunt for the PRO OPEN US National Championship with Aero Aswar. Iantosca has been busy preparing for the last two rounds which begin this weekend in Lake Hartwell, Georgia followed by the Governor’s Cup final in Charleston, West Virginia the following weekend, by stepping up his practice sessions on his RIVA supported Sea-Doo RXP-X and riding for the upcoming 2015 Sea-Doo catalogs and videos. Moore is balancing time between South Africa and the Kommander Industries shop in Arizona as he attempts to find consistency in his finishes to claim another championship aboard his Sea-Doo RXP-X.

Following the conclusion of the US National Tour, the forth round of the AQUAX US tour will take place in the surf of Cocoa Beach, Florida where the newest watercraft racing series is attracting more and more new and old riders alike. 2013 Cocoa Beach 300 class winner Cody Hawkins will be back in action to defend his title aboard his Sea-Doo RXP-X. In the 250 class Sea-Doo X-TEAM rider Eric Lagopolous will look to continue to build on his points lead after claiming eight of the past nine possible moto wins aboard his Sea-Doo GTR 215.

For more information on Sea-Doo performance models visit the performance section at sea-doo.com.

For more information on watercraft racing visit IJSBA.com.