IJSBA PWC Endurance Hot Products Triple Crown of Offshore Endurance Series


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If what turns you on is some seriously challenging open ocean competition off of the Pacific coastline, if what excites you is pushing yourself as hard (if not harder) as your personal watercraft’s ability to traverse rolling, cross-chopped and turbulent seas, and if you’re looking to race alongside some of the most dedicated, determined and fiercely competitive offshore racers in the United States, then the 2015 Hot Products Triple Crown of Offshore Endurance Series is tailored for you.

Kicking off the action in just over a month’s time with the Dana Point to Catalina & Back race (what once was the briefer Dana Point-to-Catalina one-way sprint), the Triple Crown of Offshore only gets hotter with the legendary Long Beach to Catalina IJSBA Offshore Endurance National Championship. The final round is the Dana Point to Oceanside & Back lap that has famously enjoyed glassy conditions – but isn’t always a guarantee.

Below is the brief three-stop series and the caveat that each event must have a minimum of 25 entries three weeks prior to each race. For more information, visit RPM Racing Enterprises here.

IJSBA PWC Endurance
Hot Products “Triple Crown of Offshore Endurance” Series

Round 1: Sunday, May 17th – The Hot Products Triple Crown of Offshore- Dana Point to Catalina & Back (DP2CAT)
Round 2: Sunday, July 19th – The Hot Products Triple Crown Of Offshore -The IJSBA Offshore Endurance National Championships – Long Beach to Catalina (LB2CAT)
Round 3: Sunday, September 13th- Final Round of The Hot Products Triple Crown Of Offshore- Dana Point to Oceanside & Back)
(Note: Must have minimum of 25 entries for all Triple Crown races to move ahead three weeks prior to each race)

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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.

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