Looking for a new race to get your adrenaline racing? Then lock in your calendar for 2016 P1 AquaX Malaysia Series. Pronounced as "Aqua Cross", this fastest growing personal watercraft championship in the world makes its way to Malaysia.

A sport of skills and endurance, recreational and competitive jet skiers will be able to battle it out in this sanctioned race. The AquaX race format is divided into 2 categories - Enduro and Sprint - and is further split into Professional and Amateur class based on the riders’ abilities and skills. Both category crafts are classified by the horsepower; 300hp, 250hp, and 200hp.
A little like the motorbike but you are on water!

ENDURO is a test of will and preparation, as the tracks are large and the race lasts for 30 minutes in duration with 3 heats. To win, a competitor needs to be in good physical condition and their equipment needs to be mechanically sound.

SPRINT is all about the original stand up Jet Skis. The racecourse is smaller and races are quick, just 10 minutes. The winner needs plenty of speed and agility to come out tops. The SPRINT Spark is a newly spawned class to attract new entry level sit-down PWCs where the race will last for 12 minutes. The SPRINT classes have a total of 4 race heats.

The race heats will be held over 2 days where the rider that scores the most points based on their positioning in each race will be crowned the event champion. Over the series, the points from all 3 rounds will be tallied and the rider with the most points at the end of the series will crowned the 2016 P1 AquaX Malaysia Series Champion during the final event.

There are 3 races happening in Malaysia. Make sure you make your way to the following venues for all 3 races:
• 29 and 30 October 2016 @ Metropolitan Lake Kepong
• 26 and 27 November 2016 @ D’Island Residence Puchong
• Grand Finale on 10 and 11 December 2016 @ D’Island Residences Puchong

Shafique Iqbal, CEO of P1 Marine Motorsports (Malaysia) 
James Durbin, CEO of Powerboat P1 Management Ltd

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