06-23-2008, 09:34 AM #1
Ultra 250 Wins another Big Race "Grand Cayman"
Ultra 250's catch another win. Kawi dominates podium at JAC Race. This is a race that runs around the Crand Cayman Island. Lots of smooth and rough water conditions.
Once again a Ultra takes a premier title.
Jac Race Podium Results
1st Jordan "JJ" McLean 250 "Trying a Thing"
2nd Corey Miller Kawi 250 "Naut Wukin"
3rd Jeremy Thompson 250 "Tony's Toys"
4th Eric Lagopoulos RXP-X "Action Racing"
1st Corey Miller 250 "Naut Wukin"
2nd Andres Webb 250 "Tony's Toys"
3rd Rugerri Walton FX "Wes-Tec"
Vet Class :
1st Shane Edwards FX HO "2Frenzied"
2nd Glen Ebanks & Robert Thompson RXT "Action Racing"
1st Erika Olde 250 "Naut Wukin"
Sorry for the delay. Had to be sure the information was verified!
06-23-2008, 10:04 AM #2
That's great news...Congrats to the Cayman Crews!
Hopefully Eric L. will chime in here with his narrative of the race.
06-23-2008, 10:16 AM #3
Yup... Congrats Cayman Crew...
I see they are passionate about Endurance racing. Way to go!
06-23-2008, 12:16 PM #4
06-23-2008, 12:21 PM #5
- Join Date
- Jul 2007
06-23-2008, 12:41 PM #6
^^Nice pics!...Man, racing with no helmets, thats crazy!
06-23-2008, 12:45 PM #7
There will be more SHO's racing next year just jokin..nah tryin to start anything it's all in fun tho..more of you guys should come down and race.
06-23-2008, 01:06 PM #8
The reason I am asking these questions is because we are in the planning stages of having jetski racing in Antigua, but I would love to get some regulations in an official event so we can plan with safety being priority!!
06-23-2008, 01:24 PM #9
- Join Date
- Jul 2007
All riders MUST wear full safety gear to participate in the race. This will
Sea worthy watercraft (800cc & up) with numbers on both sides
Numbers must be visible from 30 feet away.
Wet suit shorts, or half body suits
Numbered life jacket
Monster Media strongly recommends the use of helmets. Helmets are,
however, not mandatory. They are optional.
06-23-2008, 01:27 PM #10
JC, My preface, is I'm no expert, or no pro. In my limited experience of ocean riding, I've personally hitten my helmet face on the bars 20+ times. Without a helmet, umm, my face/teeth would be pretty messed up! I've fallen off of my ski IN THE OCEAN WOT, Never! I think I worry much more of my face hitting the bars, rather than bucketing effect if I fall off. I have control of the gas, if I'm in trouble, let up! I donít have control of my body slamming unexpectanly hitting the bars. This weekend, WOT run I hit my face at least 4 times on the bars. Hell, even scratched my GPS with my helmet I hit so hard.
I use an MX helmet, most guys also use MX helmets, I donít believe they make PWC specific helmets, I could be wrong though. I think safety first, get them guys to wear helmets if you can. Going to the dentest, and doctor is gonna cost more than getting a $99 helmet.
Oh, and to answer your main question, about breaking a neck, anything is possible. Work on hand strength, and get lifter wedges, your more apt to stay on your ski. Or just slow down.
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