P1 AquaX USA Releases 2022 Calendar

Wow, 2022 is shaping up to be a full year of racing! We are stoked to bring you the latest racing announcements and schedules. It feels like old times. Check this out, we received the P1 AquaX 2022 Race Calendar reveal yesterday. The promoters of AquaX have scheduled five stateside venues for the regular season and the Bahamas are on tap for the National Championship.

Pro Enduro and Am Enduro will race together with a Junior Enduro series. In other notable news, the P1 crew will partner with Jaymi and Brad Bohat of Great Lakes Watercross to develop the Indiana Series. We look forward to watching the P1 AquaX continue to grow. Read all about it in the complete announcement below:

P1 AquaX USA Unveils 2022 Race Calendar

• 5-venue National Championship gets underway at the end of April
• Riders will head north to Indiana in July for two race events
• Bahamas World Championship at the Atlantis Resort confirmed for November

International personal watercraft racing promoter P1 AquaX has released plans that will see it stage a 5-month programme of free-to-watch racing in Florida and Indiana together with the return of its World Championship in The Bahamas in November. The 5-venue P1 AquaX National Championship will feature Pro and Am Enduro racing together with a Jr Enduro series.

Kissimmee/St. Cloud in Central Florida will kick off the season at the end of April with racing at East Lake Tohopekaliga, and the riders will join the P1 Offshore powerboat teams at the 37th annual Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix on July 2-3. The action heads north the following weekend when Michigan City and La Porte will host events in the Indiana Series.

The National Championship returns to the Sunshine State’s Atlantic Coast in August with Daytona Beach welcoming the AquaX racers, and the final stop in early September will be St. Petersburg on the Gulf Coast. For the first time, P1 AquaX is adding a Jr Enduro class to its championship for riders aged 14-15. This racing will run under Sprint Spark/EX rules with riders competing for 20 minutes on a modified AquaX course, depending on entry numbers.

Unveiling the calendar at P1’s race headquarters in Orlando, P1 USA Championship Manager Michelle Petro said: “Outstanding locations and host venues contribute enormously to our event offering. This season we are delighted to collaborate with Jaymi and Brad Bohat at Great Lakes Watercross, the premier closed course buoy racing and freestyle tour for personal watercraft in the Midwest, to develop the Indiana Series and build the region for racers, venues, sponsors and fans. Brad commented: “We are excited to be partnering with P1 AquaX to host closed course racing alongside two world class PW endurance events.”

Due to unavoidable calendar clashes with another pwc racing promoter, AquaX will introduce a ‘drop round’ format this season by removing the lowest scoring round for each racer when calculating the overall points. Petro added: “We will be announcing further details of our race season next month, including television coverage and live streaming, a new title sponsorship agreement and qualification for The Bahamas World Championship.”

2022 Race Calendar

P1 AquaX National Championship – Race To The Bahamas
Kissimmee/St Cloud, FL – April 30/May 1
Sarasota, FL – July 2-3
Michigan City, IN – July 9-10
Daytona Beach , FL – Aug 12-14
St Petersburg, FL – Sept 3-4
Bahamas Pro Enduro World Championship – Nov 4-7
Bahamas International AM Championship – Nov 4-7

Michigan City/La Porte Indiana Series
Michigan City, IN – July 9-10
La Porte, IN – July 30-31

For more information on this release:
Roy Mantle / Head of PR
T:+44 (0)20 7935 4977
Powerboat P1 Management Ltd
Queen Anne Mansions
86/87 Wimpole Street
London W1G 9RL

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