Phil Pope will be looking to add a second AquaX 300 title to his name, but first he must hold off the likes of Joe Harvey and Russell Marmon to retain his crown. Only thirty points separate the Pope from his challengers, but with 60 points up for grabs the fight for the crown is far from over.
The battle between the 250 racers is somewhat closer with only 10 points separating the top 3. Richard Rowe will be looking for his first AquaX title since he was crowned AquaX Rookie in 2013, but he first must beat reigning 200hp champion Damien Evans and Sea-Doo racer Adrian Wilson, which is no mean feat.
David Lee has won all 4 rounds in the 200 class this year and is close to adding the title to the AquaX Rookie title he won last year.
The Ski class has enjoyed a surge of new and young talent in 2015 and one of those riders is seventeen year old Cameron Green who after four rounds leads the championship by 19 points over last year’s runner up Rob Long. Long is an experienced racer and with 80 points still on the table he knows the championship is far from over.
In the Ski Rookie division, the title is 15 year old Harry Robinson's to lose as he leads 16 year old Harrison Malin by 44points. Both riders have come along way in just one year of racing and are set to be stars of the future.