Veteran P1 AquaX Rider
With watercrafts able to reach speeds of up to 80mph, endurance and skill is integral to PWC racing. Being able to maneuver swift turns and reach high speeds while careering across the sea makes it a tough nut to crack. But for one of the fittest riders in the sport, Jay Edworthy, it is conditions he knows well.
In September 2016, Jay amazingly caught up from 10th place to lead the race in the final juncture before he was thrown from his personal watercraft by a wave, surrendering his lead. Showing great resilience and mental strength, Jay climbed back aboard to finish in 4th place, following it up with a second place finish on Moto 2.
A passionate racer with experience and know-how in the professional game, Jay is an aggressive rider with great confidence.
Jay goes into the final race in 18th place with 29 points, but with a performance reminiscent of his 2016 Chicago outing, he could make his mark on this season's Fort Lauderdale Grand Prix.