Yamaha WaveRunner Racing Dominated AquaX Championships in Kissimmee


Yamaha WaveRunner Racing’s Dustin Farthing and Tory Snyder pinned down the 1-2 slots, respectively, in the AquaX Pro Enduro tour standings after last weekend’s Championships in Kissimmee, Florida.

Farthing’s claim to the top tour standing, in tandem with Yamaha FX SVHO racer Chris McCluggage’s place on the top podium spot for the fourth and final round of the tour, keeps Yamaha’s winning streak alive, as Yamaha has not lost a weekend overall or tour championship in the modern P1 AquaX Pro Enduro racing era.

To add to the Yamaha domination, Round 4 was a hat-trick for for Yamaha riders, with Deven Farthing (2) and Dustin Farthing (3) joining McCluggage (1) on the podium. 

Read the full press release below:
Yamaha WaveRunner Racing dominated the P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Championships held this weekend in Kissimmee, Florida, with Dustin Farthing and Tory Snyder finishing 1-2 in the tour standings, respectively.

Yamaha FX SVHO® rider Chris McCluggage, who began the season on a Sea-Doo RXP®-X but returned to the Yamaha FX SVHO, won the fourth and final round of the tour, with Farthing Racing’s Deven Farthing and Dustin Farthing completing the Round 4 podium sweep.

The tour title and Round 4 win keep Yamaha’s unbeaten streak in P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Racing alive. Yamaha has not lost a weekend overall or tour championship in the modern P1 AquaX Pro Enduro racing era.

“We couldn’t be more excited and proud of Dustin and Tory for their dedication this summer,” said Yamaha WaveRunner Racing team manager Bryce Parker. “Farthing Racing and Snyderbuilt Racing did a great job prepping their Yamaha racecraft week after week, and they proved again that the FX SVHO and the GP SVHO™️ are the fastest and most reliable PWC in Pro Enduro open ocean racing.” 

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Jessica Waters

Editor – jessica.watersedge@gmail.com Currently the News Director at WNEG Radio in Northeast Georgia, Jessica Waters is a photojournalist and reporter who has covered competition stock car racing, downhill skiing, motocross, horse racing and hydroplane races for more than 30 years, and added jet ski races and freestyle competitions in 2010, covering many competitions for local and national media outlets.

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