BRP’s Sea-Doo X-TEAM racers are preparing to follow the most successful World Finals efforts in the history of the IJSBA World Finals with on boxing new 2014 Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 watercraft. BRP continues to lead the industry in racing support with the Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty racer contingency program and Sea-Doo X-TEAM race promoter support program ensuring racers have events to compete. Following a dominating 2013 season world-wide, the long list of who’s-who of racing champions is looking forward to challenging for 2014 titles aboard the most popular performance watercraft on the market, the Sea-Doo RXP-X.
The 2014 season has already started off strong for Sea-Doo X-TEAM riders James Bushell and James Masterton have already collected prestigious wins. Bushell collect his third consecutive double-double world championship effort aboard his 158/performance/Sea-Doo Centre backed RXP-X and for that was voted Pro Rider Magazine’s Best Runabout Racer of the Year. The popular UK rider is poised to again challenge for the most prestigious championships around the world.
Masterton rode his Sydney Sea-Doo Performance RXP-X to his second consecutive King of the River race in Australia this past weekend and is putting together a championship bound effort for 2014. The two James join current Pro Open World Champion, Jared Moore in efforts to keep the podium Sea-Doo rider filled along with a long list of Sea-Doo RXP-X mounted riders around the world.
Mohammed Al Baz^*
Jean Baptiste Botti*
^ World Champion * World Finals Podium
When the world wants to win, the world rides Sea-Doo watercraft.
All of these riders will have an almost unfair advantage by riding the new Sea-Doo RXP-X watercraft.
The 2014 Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 model is the ideal watercraft for closed course racers and performance enthusiasts. It continues to build its performance legacy with a new Viper Red color, ominous visual appeal, ingenious hull design and ergonomics that allow riders to realize 100% of their riding potential. The T3 hull design allows the RXP-X 260 model to aggressively lean into corners and penetrate chop better than any of its two-seater counterparts. T3 stands for “tight-turning t-hull” and uses an advanced, dual surface hull design with a unique combination of soft and hard chines, dual axis adjustable rear sponsons and performance trim tabs. This allows the rider to lean further into corners, turning tighter and faster, leaving the competition’s two-seaters in its wake.
The revolutionary Ergolock system integrates a narrowing, body-molded racing seat, Adjustable Ergonomic Steering (A.E.S.) system and angled footwell wedges, all complementing the lean-in characteristics. With the A.E.S. system, the rider can adjust the handlebar width and grip angle for a perfect upper body connection. The unique RXP-X 260 seat form-fits the rider’s legs, alleviating upper body strain in hard turns, using the leg muscles to lock the rider into the machine, and ultimately the water, better than any other two-seater.
BRP’s Intelligent Brake and Reverse (iBR) and Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC) systems complete the picture and make the 2014 RXP-X 260 the most feature- and technology-rich two-seater in high-performance watercraft history.
The 2014 Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty racer contingency program will be announced in the coming weeks with bigger payouts and bonuses.