The Sea-Doo RXT-X 260 RS proves its industry leading race capacity across the Runabout competition categories in the double round of the NSW Enduro Club Titles and Sea-Doo BRP Australian Endurance Titles.
The Sea-Doo BRP 2010 Australian Endurance Titles which culminated with round three of the NSW PWC Club Enduro Racing Series Finals saw the recently released Sea-Doo RXT-X 260 RS dominate affairs by taking out all three race categories held on Sydney's Botany Bay.
The Open Runabout Teams provided entertaining on-water action with the duo of Gregoire Dupont and Mick Crossland pushing the pace to conquer the field. The Open Teams was again a stand out performance for Sea-Doo, with a 1-2 result by the dominant RXT-X 260 RS.
The fierce racing saw many competitors drop out due to technical difficulties but the Sea-Doo RXT and RXP models handled the conditions perfectly. The ROTAX 4-TEC engines again lived up to their legendary reputation, backed with their Closed-Loop Cooling Systems, superior power-to-weight ratios and X-Series racing features Sea-Doo, and in particular the RXT-X 260, dominated the competition in every class.
Thanks must go to the NSW PWC Association for organising the event and St.George Sailing Club for hosting the day. It was a picturesque day of racing next to the Captain Cook Bridge with a great family atmosphere and fun "clown" entertainment for the kids with face-painting and balloon making. Overall it was a great day out for BRP Sea-Doo and all competitors and their family and friends.