Yamaha WaveRunner racers stormed the iconic Atlantis Paradise Island resort in Nassau, The Bahamas, to sweep both the Pro Enduro and Amateur 300 classes at the 2022 P1 AquaX Bahamas World Championships Nov. 4-6.
In the premier Pro Enduro class, Tory Snyder rode his #110 Snyderbuilt Dean's Team Yamaha FX SVHO to the P1 AquaX world title, followed by Broward Motorsports Racing's Christian Daly and their current Pro Enduro U.S. champion Jimmy Wilson respectively. Ten Yamaha racers crossed the finish line before the first rider aboard a competing brand.
"I couldn't be more proud of our race partners for the grit and determination they showed thisseason, winning both the U.S. and World titles," said Yamaha WaveRunner Racing Manager Bryce Parker. "And I'm thankful to Yamaha too. It helps when you race the two best highperformance watercraft on the water – the supercharged GP1800R SVHO and FX SVHO WaveRunners."
In the AM 300 class, #55 Yamaha rider and current 2022 P1 AquaX AM 300 U.S. champion Jay Finlinson swept all three motos for a commanding win and P1 AquaX International Cup title,followed by fellow Yamaha riders Jason Williams and Trey Williams.
Congratulations to Yamaha watercraft racing partners Broward Motorsports Racing, Dean'sTeam, Riva Racing, and Snyderbuilt Racing, along with the family and friends that make personal watercraft racing such a fun and exciting sport.
The three-day event features more than 35 professional and amateur racers from the United States, the Caribbean, Australia, and Western Europe. Pro Enduro riders competed for the world title, with the amateur riders battling for the P1 AquaX Amateur International Cup.
To learn more about Yamaha’s high-performance GP1800R SVHO and FX SVHO WaveRunners, visit www.yamahawaverunners.com.