Sea-Doo RXP-X Wins Fifth Straight Pro Open IJSBA World Title

Spark tops 1000 Superstock classes

With the top PWC racers in attendance, BRP’s Sea-Doo race team earned its fifth consecutive IJSBA World Finals Pro Open class championship. Hungarian, Kasza Gy?, earned his first Pro Open crown aboard a Sea-Doo RXP-X.

“The entire Sea-Doo team is extremely proud to continue our racing on the RXP-X by taking home the premier Pro Open world title for the fifth straight year,” said Julie Tourville, Global Marketing Director, Sea-Doo watercraft. “We congratulate Kasza Gy? and his team on their win, and we’re excited about the future as the new 300-HP Sea-Doo models make their way to starting lines in 2016.”

Kasza Gy?Kasza Gy? claimed the premiere Pro Open class.

Thailand’s Nopphadon Sapmunsaerr claimed the first Pro-Am Runabout 1000 Superstock title on a modified Sea-Doo Spark. This is the first world championship for the Spark, which was introduced in 2015, in a class that has been dominated by late model Sea-Doo SPX for more than a decade.

Multi-time world champion James Bushell won the $1,000 #SeaDooNEXTLEVEL Bounty Invitational in a head-to-head, three-lap race aboard identical 2016 RXT-X 300 models against New Zealand’s Carl Lampe. Bushell, who is from the UK, also finished second in both Pro Open and Pro GP classes on his Sea-Doo RXP-X.

James Bushell #SeaDooNEXTLEVEL Bounty Invitational James Bushell (right) won the #SeaDooNEXTLEVEL Bounty Invitational.

In connection with the IJSBA World Finals was the Sea-Doo Ultimate Owners Ride V that drew 94 participants. Sea-Doo owners were led on a 45+ mile round trip from Site 6 launch ramp in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., under the historic London Bridge and up the Colorado River to Pirate Cove Resort and Marina in Topock, Calif. Riders from as far as Canada and Denmark took part.

Sea-Doo Owners Ride