Yamaha Announces it’s 2022 Factory Riders & Support Teams


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Yamaha Watercraft Racing announces its 2022 factory riders and support teams that will compete on the P1 AquaX national tour and at the IJSBA World Finals. Leading Yamaha back to the P1 AquaX overall champion is Erminio Iantosca racing under master-tuner Dean Charrier’s Dean’s Team banner.

Next up on Iantosca’s tail is IJSBA champion Tory Snyder who will race under the Snyder Built and Dean’s Team flag. Snyder finished 3rd overall on the P1 AquaX tour in 2021 and returns with his eye on the P1 AquaX crown.

Racing under the Broward Motorsports tent is Christian Daly, Jimmy Wilson, and multi-time IJSBA World and National Champion Dustin Farthing. In 2021, Daly and Wilson finished the P1 AquaX tour in 5th and 6th place, respectively, and both return more competitive than ever.

Racing for RIVA Racing is Chris Landis, who finished 4th overall on the P1 AquaX tour in 2021, just two points behind fellow Yamaha racer Tory Snyder.

Completing Yamaha’s watercraft racing program for 2022 are Dmack Racing’s Dennis Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet. Ramgeet finished 8th overall on the P1 AquaX tour in 2021. This rider has the skills and speed to break into the Top 5. Mack, known for grinding down his competition, returns to racing after his season ending injury in 2021.

For 2022, Yamaha factory riders will compete exclusively aboard the supercharged Yamaha FX SVHO, which is a proven winner in the Florida surf and inland lakes. P1 AquaX racing action begins April 30-May 1 in Kissimmee, FL.

Yamaha’s WaterCraft Racing manager Bryce Parker said, “We are excited to continue our partnership with P1 AquaX and support a fantastic group of riders that will provide lots of racing excitement this season and hopefully another P1 AquaX Pro Enduro championship win”.

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Julian Ramirez

Julian Ramirez is an avid PWC enthusiast. He grew up in the desert of west Texas riding dirt bikes from his youth and old school VW sand rails. Until one day during A family camping trip. Julian convinces his dad that they should get a pair of JetSki‘s just to have fun with. After those first JetSki‘s it was over for Julian, he fell in love with the watercraft industry and the camaraderie and support that the community brings.

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