AquaX is set to become the first jet ski racing series to arrive on the shores of Key West but the island city isn’t short of marine racing history.
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Key West is set to host the inaugural AquaX World Championships on December 9/10 and there will be more on offer than just being crowned world champion.
Key West in Florida will host the first ever World Championship for AquaX racers in three weeks’ time when more than 60 professional and amateur personal watercraft riders take to the water.
What does twenty years of development get you? An absolute beast of a stand-up jet ski, that’s what.
The boats we have seen race since P1 has changed significantly from when the series first launched in 2003 to where we are today.
Transitioning into something new can take time to acclimatise but Nicolas Devys managed to embed himself into AquaX without a problem to have a great debut season.
The teams from Pertemps Network, Milford Waterfront, Experience Kissimmee and Spirit of Inverclyde collected awards at the P1 UK Annual Awards Dinner.
Joe Harvey, Richard Cable, Carl Lofthouse, Lucy Gadsby, Reanna Wilson and Simon Gill collected their titles at the P1 UK Annual Awards Dinner.
The team at Powerboat P1 were very saddened to hear the news that former P1 racer, Joe Sgro, died yesterday following a boating accident in his 50-foot canopied Outerlimits V-bottom during the Florida Powerboat Club Key West Poker Run.
We were treated to intense battles, tight races and some heart-stopping moments through 2017 and you can watch all the best bits on television this month.