Yamaha WaveRunner Racing swept the podium at Round 3 of the P1 AquaX Pro Enduro Championship in St. Petersburg, FL, with Yamaha FX SVHO WaveRunner rider Tory Snyder taking home the overall win. He finished the weekend 1-1-3 with fellow Yamaha FX SVHO riders Dustin Farthing and his son and teammate Deven Farthing completing the podium sweep, respectively.
The Round 3 overall win secured the #110 Snyderbuilt Racing‘s second-place position in the tour points standings. Dustin Farthing leads Snyder by 37 points with just one round remaining. Kawasaki rider Camden Powell is in third place, following Snyder by 25 points.
“We’re excited that Tory found the speed and consistency he’s been looking for all summer long,” said Yamaha WaveRunner Racing team manager Bryce Parker. “We couldn’t be more pleased to have Dustin, Tory, and our championship-winning FX SVHO leading the Pro Enduro contingent with just one race weekend remaining.”
Pro Enduro racing is a test of rider skill and mechanical endurance. A rider must have stamina and strength to go the distance, and their equipment's reliability is just as important. There are three motos that last 30 minutes plus 1 lap.
P1 AquaX Pro Enduro racing action continues Sept. 16-17 in Kissimmee, FL, where the P1 AquaX Tour championship will be decided.