BRP Continues PWC Racing Support for 2014

Sea-Doo racers look for more championships this summer

BRP continues to lead the watercraft industry in race support in North America through the 2014 Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty racer contingency program and Sea-Doo Race Promoter support program.

BRP is coming off of a dominant 2013 racing season as Sea-Doo X-Team riders filled 27 out of 33 available podium positions claimed and 10 of 11 championships at the 2013 IJSBA World Championships.

The 2014 Sea-Doo X-Team Bounty program provides more contingency money than any other program in the industry and makes it available to all Sea-Doo riders competing on modern Sea-Doo watercraft. BRP also ensures there are more race events across North America for the racers through the Sea-Doo Promoter support program.

The supercharged 2014 Sea-Doo X-Team Bounty program receives a boost with added class payouts for the new Sea-Doo Spark model eligible classes and boosted US National Tour and World Finals championship bonuses in the Pro Open and Pro Stock classes. BRP’s Sea-Doo X-Team Bounty is open to all racers competing on modern Sea-Doo models in designated classes. The Sea-Doo contingency is essentially an, “open-sponsorship” that excludes no one, except those competing on watercraft other than Sea-Doo.

The Sea-Doo Promoter Support program provides event promoters sponsorship to help them produce more events. BRP works with the promoters to ensure Sea-Doo owners have a place to ride and compete in an organized manner, providing another fun aspect of owning a Sea-Doo watercraft.

“BRP supports the Sea-Doo racing community with the most dominant closed course watercraft in the RXP-X 260 and supports those winners with the strongest contingency program, the Sea-Doo X-TEAM Bounty,” says Tim McKercher, of Sea-Doo watercraft competition management.

For 2014 this support begins at the first round of the 2014 P1 AQUA X US tour in Daytona Beach, Fla., April 26-27, 2014.

The Sea-Doo Promoter Support program will include sponsorship of the following North American watercraft racing series:

IJSBA World Finals – Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
US National Tour – Seven stops across the United States
Pro Hydro-X Tour – South-East United States HydroDrags – South-East United States (Drag Racing)
Canadian Watercross Tour – Ontario, Canada
RPM West Coast Series – California and Arizona (closed course and endurance)
Great Lakes Watercross – Wisconsin and Minnesota
Hahn 300 – Lake Havasu City, Ariz. (endurance)
P1 Aqua-X US Series – Florida