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Race to the Bahamas

Chris Davies on 9th March 2022

International personal watercraft promoter P1 AquaX has announced sponsorship agreements with Short Block Technologies (SBT) and Hydro-Turf for the 2022 race season.

Founded in 1997 and now the largest PWC aftermarket parts company in the world, SBT will be the title sponsor of the series – to be called the 2022 SBT P1 AquaX Race to the Bahamas – with Hydro-Turf, a leader in the performance traction industry for more than thirty years, returning as an official supporting sponsor.

Speaking from its headquarters in Clearwater, Florida, SBT President CJ Lammers said


We’re excited about becoming title sponsor of the world class AquaX championship with Hydro-Turf as a supporting sponsor.


We are looking forward to developing the partnership to grow both the sport and our businesses.

P1 USA Championship Manager Michelle Petro commented


Strategic partnerships are at the heart of our business and working with leading international brands will add considerable value to our series, which will receive national television coverage on Bally Sports Regional Networks. Qualification details for The Bahamas World Championship will be published later this month.

The five-venue national championship featuring Pro and Am Enduro action with a Jr Enduro series gets underway at the end of next month in Kissimmee/St. Cloud in Central Florida. The riders will then head to Sarasota in early July. The action then heads north the following weekend when Michigan City and La Porte host events in the Indiana Series. The championship returns to the Sunshine State’s Atlantic Coast in August with Daytona Beach welcoming the racers, and the final stop in early September will be St. Petersburg on the Gulf Coast. The season concludes with the return of the AquaX World Championship in The Bahamas in November.

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