Pro Rookie Champion
Chris Saxon is one of the defining riders of the P1 AquaX Series, having gained a loyal following since his step up to the pro series. In the 2016 AquaX Amateur Enduro 300 Class Championship, Chris Saxon was leading the charge and won the Florida 300 class series. 2017 saw him become the Pro Rookie Champion. His move to the pro circuit has been seamless by most standards.
Though Chris has talked about the challenge of stepping up to the pro series. He has fared well on the faster skis and high profile competition, proving himself among the best PWC racers. Though he admits that since the move he has had to race at full speed throughout the race and trains more often to compete.
His first pro season in 2017 brought him a 6th place finish in the US Series and he has been appearing among the front-runners for the majority of the 2018 season. Chris currently sits in fourth place ahead of the 2018 Fort Lauderdale Grand Prix. Improving on last season's finish will represent strong progress for him and continuing to ride full-throttle in the final race could see him stand on the podium.