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Daytona Beach to launch 5-venue Pro National Championship

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Racing from April through to September

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AquaX Pro Series to run alongside P1 Offshore boats in 4 venues

As P1 AquaX prepares to celebrate its tenth season of racing, the international personal watercraft racing promoter has released plans that will see it stage three series in the United States in 2021. Two new venues – La Porte in northwest Indiana and St. Petersburg on Florida’s west coast – join the race calendar with AquaX racing returning to Cocoa Beach and Sarasota.

The three championships will feature Pro Enduro and Am Enduro action, with a Pro National Championship, Am Florida Series and Am Indiana Series that will be preceded by a promo event in Michigan City in July. A Sprint calendar will be announced next month.

Daytona Beach will kick off the season in mid-April, with a total of more than one hundred riders expected to tackle the famous surf. This will be the seventh year of AquaX racing at this mecca for motorsport on Florida’s Atlantic coast and Hard Rock will again be the host hotel.

The following month the series will make its fourth visit to Cocoa Beach on the Space Coast where for the first time it will to join the Thunder on Cocoa Beach offshore powerboat racing. Sarasota will welcome the riders at the end of June before the action heads north to Indiana in July where La Porte and Michigan City, with its army of enthusiastic fans, will host two race weekends following an open day.

The final stop in early September will be St. Petersburg on the Gulf Coast as it hosts an AquaX event for the first time. In addition to the Cocoa Beach event, Sarasota, Michigan City and St. Petersburg will stage a ‘double bill’ of AquaX and powerboat racing.

Here is the complete racing schedule.

Daytona Beach
Kissimmee ~ St Cloud 
Cocoa Beach 
Michigan City 
La Porte 
Michigan City 
St. Petersburg