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featured 03.02.2022
Yamaha WaveRunner Riders Win Longest Endurance Race in the World

Yamaha WaveRunner racers Mike Klippenstein and Ryder Wildeboer finished first in class to claim the overall win at the 18th Annual Yamaha IJSBA Mark Hahn Memorial Havasu 300.

The #212 team won onboard the recently redesigned FX SVHO that includes an all-new deck and hull well suited for open ocean and endurance racing. The FX hull favors stability, predictability, and comfort in choppy water conditions, all while delivering a light, nimble ride.

Powering the FX SVHO is the supercharged Yamaha 1.8L marine engine. The Yamaha 1.8L engine is renowned for its impressive performance, reliability, and durability.

The Mark Hahn 300 is the longest personal watercraft race in the world, covering a total of 300 tough miles. Riders endure untold variables from fuel stops, rider changes, rough water conditions, and attrition. Additionally, the race features the only true LeMans start currently in motorsports of any type. (Photo: RicPOW Photo)