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    Sea-Doo X-Team Riders Redefine Racing Domination at World Finals

    Great job Sea-Doo

    SEA-DOO X-TEAM RIDERS REDEFINE RACING DOMINATION CLAIMING 24 OF 25 PRO PODIUM POSITIONS AT 2013 IJSBA WORLD FINALS

    Valcourt, QC, CANADA– October 15, 2013 – BRP enjoyed the most dominant IJSBA World Finals showing in the event’s history, as Sea-Doo RXP-X watercraft racers filled 14 of the 15 available Pro class podiums and 81% of the podiums in classes using modern watercraft.

    The IJSBA World Finals is the largest watercraft specific event in North America where the best racers from around the globe converge to compete for World Championships in Lake Havasu City, AZ. At this year’s event, the pit area, starting lines, and racetrack were filled with Sea-Doo RXP-X models. South Africa’s Jarod Moore led the Sea-Doo X-TEAM charge winning his first Pro Open World Championship on his RXP-X model and James Bushell added two more World Championships to his resume claiming both the Pro Stock and Pro GP classes on his RXP-X watercraft.

    The Sea-Doo RXP-X watercraft has proven to provide the best performance in the industry with superior handling, ergonomics and power. The exclusive RXP-X T3 hull allows riders to track straight through chop and lean into turns to turn tighter and faster. The innovative Ergolock system allows the rider to become one with the watercraft through a narrow, form fitting seat and angled footwells that allow the rider to use his entire body to connect with the watercraft reducing fatigue. The T3 hull dynamics, combined with the Ergolock system, allows the rider to realize more of the available power from the ROTAX high output 4-TEC engine to maintain maximum speed around the entire track.

    BRP would like to congratulate the following Sea-Doo X-TEAM riders on their 2013 IJSBA World Finals performances and their Sea-Doo watercraft podium positions.

    PRO OPEN
    1. Jared Moore South Africa RXP-X TM Trucking/Rockstar/Sea-Doo Centre
    2. Jean Baptiste Botti France RXP-X Quakisense/Easy Rider
    3. Masaharu Takenoshita Hungary RXP-X Marine Mechanic/Shoe

    PRO STOCK
    1. James Bushell England RXP-X 158 Performance/Sea-Doo Centre
    2. Yousef Alabdulrazzaq Kuwait RXP-X Zain Telecom/Hitch Motorsports
    3. Mohammed Al Baz Kuwait RXP-X Zain/Pro Rider

    PRO GP
    1. James Bushell England RXP-X 158 Performance/Sea-Doo Centre
    2. Jared Moore South Africa RXP-X TM Trucking/Rockstar/Sea-Doo Centre
    3. Aero Aswar Indonesia RXP-X BNI/Jettribe/Spy/Sea-Doo Centre
    PRO WOMEN
    1. Shante Bukes South Africa RXP-X LPS/Carl Becham
    2. Kylie Ellmers New Zealand RXP-X Sea-Doo Centre/LK Engineering/Jettrim
    3. Supalak Ninnopparai Thailand RXP-X Mahidol/Oakley


    PRO LIMITED
    1. Chaowalit Kuajaroon Thailand RXP-X Knauf Insulation/ Flamingo Racing
    2. Eric Francis United States Other
    3. Cody Hawkins United States RXP-X Riva Racing/Jettrim

    EXPERT OPEN
    1. Kasza Gyorgy Hungary RXP-X Jetpower.hu/Szervernet.hu
    2. Veerapong Maneechom Thailand RXP-X Flamingo Racing/Knauf Insulation
    3. Khaled Burbabee Kuwait Other

    EXPERT LIMITED
    1. Oumoeut Saly Thailand RXP-X Flamingo Racing/Knauf Insulation
    2. Mohammed Burbayea Kuwait RXP-X Zain/Pro Rider
    3. Chalempoj Viriyahphan Thailand RXP-X Flamingo Racing

    AMATEUR STOCK
    1. Mohammed Al Baz Kuwait RXP-X Zain/Pro Rider
    2. Khaled Burabee Kuwait Other
    3. Nopphadon Supmuensean Thailand RXP-X JetPilot/Nakom


    Visit www.facebook.com/seadoo to view images from the 2013 IJSBA World Finals.

    For a look at the new 2014 Sea-Doo watercraft and riding gear, visit www.sea-doo.com


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    Kick ass! Way to doooo it Sea-Doo!

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    Impressive!!

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    Very impressed with those percentages!

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    Well, if 90% of the skis were Sea- Doo, they better win!.


    J/K

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    Quote Originally Posted by SplishSplash View Post
    Well, if 90% of the skis were Sea- Doo, they better win!.


    J/K
    You cant win, if you dont show up.
    Same goes for complaining.

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    I know the numbers don't lie ..... but not unlike Nascar & Indy ... just racing against the same ski does really level the playing field. I think we need to promote all skis more. I know that Kawi & Yammies also can & should continue to show & compete. If nearly all skis are Sea Doo then it just figures they should , by percentage win more. I think, if all skis in CC are the same then that will be boring to watch. Do you ever watch Indy .....
    no chance of a start=up or under dog racer/team have a remote chance of winning. Lets hope your wrong & actually help encourage non doos to compete.

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    Looks like the US guys got their asses handed to them....Only two US rider placed in Pro Limited...Eric Francis and Cody Hawkins !!! Great Job guys !!!!

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    Racers don't race whats popular, they race what wins.

    Wow, not many from the USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    Racers don't race whats popular, they race what wins.

    Wow, not many from the USA.

    Andy
    There was not many americans in any class this year. Mostly foreigners, it was kind of strange.......

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