Yamaha WaveRunner Racing swept the podium at the final round of the 2022 P1 AquaX U.S. Pro Enduro Series held Sept. 3-4 in St. Petersberg, FL, sealing the U.S. title for Yamaha rider Jimmy Wilson (#300). Joining Wilson and fellow Yamaha riders Tory Snyder and Dustin Farthing, finishing 2-3 overall for the tour.
Wilson helped his cause over the weekend with the round win with fellow Yamaha riders Christian Daly, and Deven Farthing finished 1-3, respectively.
The win, and Snyder's fourth-place finish, put Wilson over the top for the U.S. title with 262 points, some 49 points ahead of Snyder. Deven Farthing is the son of multi-time World and National champion Dustin Farthing with Deven giving Dad a run for the money all summer long. For 2023, Yamaha WaveRunner Racing campaigned the full-sized, supercharged FX SVHO, the watercraft of choice for open ocean endurance racing and other long-distance competitions.
“We couldn’t be more proud of Jimmy on his first P1 AquaX U.S. title, and the way our riders represented the Yamaha brand,” said Bryce Parker, Yamaha WaveRunner Racing manager. “Congratulations to race partners Dean's Team, Broward Motorsports Racing, Dmack Racing, Riva Racing, and Snyder Built Racing for an action-packed summer of fiberglass-swapping racing action.”
P1 AquaX Pro Enduro racing consists of 30 laps plus one around a 1.25-mile course. Racing action continues in October at the IJSBA World Finals held annually in Lake Havasu City, AZ.