Bushell Wins Kings Cup Race Aboard Sea-Doo RXP-X

Sea-Doo racers win six of seven runabout classes

BRP closed the 2014 watercraft racing season with a dominating performance at the recent King’s Cup, winning six of the seven runabout championships featuring modern four-stroke models.

Racers from around the world congregated in Thailand to compete in the last high-profile race of the year and the Sea-Doo X-Team reigned supreme, securing 16 of 21 available podium positions.

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Current world champion James Bushell added the King’s Cup Pro Open championship to his already stellar list accolades aboard the Sea-Doo RXP-X. Bushell lead the charge with a dominating performance on his 158-Perfromance backed craft in the Pro Open class.

Bushell has claimed seven World Championships in the past four years aboard an RXP-X T3 hull equipped watercraft and continued that momentum at this year’s King’s Cup. Bushell has relied on the tight turning and true tracking of the T3 hull and staying connected to the 400+ horsepower produced by his modified, turbo powered Rotax 4-TEC engine tuned by the Sea-Doo Centre.