JetX Sweeps Can-Am Nationals’ Rec Lites Class


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JetX made another spectacular showing at the Can-Am Nationals this past weekend in Belle River, Ontario with racers competing in 10 different classes. With Jet X Racing athletes from both sides of the border, it’s team of 11 racers in attendance brought home an unprecedented 12 Can-Am National Titles!

JetX dominated the Rec Lites class with a podium standing of first, second and third place wins! Andrew Bezan and Gord Horne, two well accomplished racers placed first and second, respectively and Sydney Czarcinski – JetX’s newest and youngest team member – placed third after only being on the race course four times to date!

Most impressive was the turnaround Czarcinski was able to make, after a disappointing 4th place finish in the first moto of the weekend, she picked up a great start in Moto 2 to take her all the way to a second place finish. A missed buoy cost the novice a lap, but otherwise her performance was spot on. Best of all, Czarcinski was joined by her father Todd Czarcinski who also took home a third place overall trophy in 1000 Superstock class.

JetX would like to thank everyone that has helped the JetX Racing team along the way making the 2016 racing season one of our best yet: RIVA Racing, Hydro-Turf, Jet Pilot, Moto-Option Clothing, V-Tech Tuned, Klotz Lubricants, Powersportsdiagnostics.com, Dedicated Plastics, and Steel Tech

Congrats to JetX racers who placed this weekend:
Rec Lites: 1. Andrew Bezan, 2. Gord Horne, 3. Sydney Czarcinski; Sport Open: 1. Andrew Bezan, 2. Jay Edworthy; 1000 Superstock: 1. Rick Maj, 2. Jay Edworthy, 3. Todd Czarcinski; GP Ski: 2. Dave Davidson; Pro AM Runabout Stock: 1. Jay Edworthy; Pro AM Ski Stock: 1. Dave Davidson, 3. Colin Raisig

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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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