JetX Powersports’ Jay Edworthy Takes Top Spot in Chicago


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The Watercraft Journal received this race report from JetX’s Adrienne Dalli who wrote:

The JetX Racing Team is no stranger to competition but the latest P1 AquaX Pro-Am Enduro race that took place in Chicago, this past September 10-11, proved itself to be a nail-bitter!

With both Jay Edworthy and Jonathan Hoffer on the line, JetX was once again in a good position to prove itself to be one of the best modification and service facilities in the Greater Toronto Area.

Saturday proved itself to be more of a challenge for both Jay Edworthy and Jonathan Hoffer. In Moto 1, Jay fought back from a 10th place start to take the number one spot before hitting a wave and being ejected from his Sea-Doo RXP-X 300.

Once back on the boat, he fought back and finished with a 4th place. He took a second in Moto 2 on Saturday. Jonathan rode hard and consistently battling both the race course and the water conditions that changed rapidly throughout the day, taking a 10th place in Moto 1 and 5th place in Moto 2.

Sunday was the day to take it home for JetX! Racers were faced with wind and waves and unsettled conditions but both Jay and Jonathan had their sights on the championship podium. Jonathan took a 5th place in Moto 3 placing him 6th overall in the Great Lakes Series and Jay placed first to take the championship spot winning the P1 AquaX Pro-Am 300 Enduro class in the Great Lakes Series.

A special shoutout goes out to BRP for making their RXPX 300 a world class race boat and the entire P1 AquaX Crew for organizing a world class event. JetX would like to thank all of its sponsors that have helped this AquaX Championship to become a reality including Riva Racing, Jet Pilot, Hydro Turf, Moto Option, V-Tech Tuned, Powersportsdiagnostics.com, Snow City Cycle Marine in Toronto!

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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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