Bushell Leads Sea-Doo Dominance at IJSBA World Finals
Brit wins repeats at Pro GP and Pro Open world champion
Story by Staff, Photography by BRP, Oct. 15, 2012Email a friend Print Friendly RSS
Sea-Doo PWC riders won 16 of the available 21 titles and filled 47 of the 63 available podium positions at the 2012 World Finals.
“The popularity of our Sea-Doo RXP-X models on the starting lines and accompanying victories proves to the world this watercraft has reset the high-performance benchmark,” says Yves Leduc, vice president – general manager, North America division. “BRP strives to be the best in every category we compete in and James Bushell and the Sea-Doo RXP-X once again proved to be the best on the most prestigious stage in the world of personal watercraft racing.”
Bushell was joined on the Pro Open podium by fellow RXP-X riders Jared Moore of South Africa in second and Chokuthit Molee of Thailand in third. Sea-Doo Centre backed RXP-X rider Kylie Elmers of Australia also added to her collection of World titles by nearly lapping the field on the way to the 2012 Pro Women Championship.
"BRP remains a trendsetter and continues to maintain its status as the industry leader in performance", added Chris Dawson, vice-president and general manager, International division. "This result shows that Sea-Doo personal watercraft popularity is truly global."