P1 AquaX Elite Racer
Due in part to his influence on PWC racing and sport in Asia, Aqsa Aswar has earned a stellar reputation. Having won a gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games, the younger brother of Aero Aswar has proven himself as one of the best around.
The sea is home for Aqsa, having been brought up beside it. His father introduced him to watercrafts in his childhood and he has practiced regularly ever since. Proving himself adaptable and able to ride the waves in the toughest conditions, Aqsa is a talented rider.
Competing in his fourth pro series in 2018, Aqsa will hope to improve on his current 17th position in the Series table. At just 20 years of age, the young star is destined for a great future in P1 AquaX and he is expected to make dramatic progress in the seasons to come.
With a respectable 30 points (having missed the Chicago leg) going into the Fort Lauderdale Grand Prix, Aqsa could still beat off competition and finish in the top 10 in the final race of the series.