Win $1,000 at The Hydro-Turf HydroDrags Summer Nationals This Weekend


Being the pilot of the fastest personal watercraft in the world does come with some perks for sure, but with it also comes no shortage of challengers. The team at UJet understand that completely, and as such are putting up a cold $1,000 cash for whoever can break their record of 127 miles-per-hour. That’s right, 127mph on a PWC.

And thankfully, if you think you have what it takes to topple the champ, you won’t have to wait long because this weekend is the Hydro-Turf HydroDrags Summer Nationals Powered by Yamaha, in Talvares, Florida.

With a handful of classes available for entry, nearly every take, model and modification has a proper place. Moreover, the Surf & Turf Promotions event will also be hosting a freestyle session and endurance race in addition to the top speed alley and heads up drag racing. It’s some of the most exciting events in PWC racing today, so seriously, if you can make it, you gotta go.

The original post read (edited for grammar, punctuation and syntax):

In only 3 days come and be a part of the hottest PWC drag racing in the world. Watch the world’s fastest PWC’s compete to maintain their spot among the fastest and quickest, from bone-stock PWC’s to fully-custom builds. The IJSBA 2018 Hydro-Turf HydroDrags Nationals and World Championships Powered by Yamaha will be held at Wooton Park West, 100E Ruby Street, Tavares, FL. Come and be a part of it! Everyone is invited.

2018 HydroDrags Schedule

  • HydroDrags Summer Nationals, Tavares FL – June 9-10
  • HydroDrags Fall Nationals, Tavares FL – August 25-26
  • (TBA) Lakeland, FL – September 29-30
  • HydroDrags World Finals, Tavares FL – November 3-4

Share this post

Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

No Thanks