NEW SCOPIONTRACK RIDER AWARD ANNOUNCED

A new partner joined P1 AquaX on the eve of the championship’s opening round in Plymouth last weekend with Scorpion Track Marine bringing its new anti-theft tracker into the series.

At each one of the five race meetings one lucky rider will walk away with a brand new tracking device, thanks to the introduction of the ScorpionTrack Rider’s Rider Award. The riders themselves will choose the winner after each Grand Prix of the Sea race meeting, with the £400 ScorpionTrack prize presented on the podium. It could be the best performance on the water or perhaps a noble act of sportsmanship by a rider that scoops the coveted prize.

Adrian Wilson won the prize in Plymouth for heroically making a 700-mile round trip on Saturday night to fetch a replacement ski from his home in Kingston-upon-Hull, after his regular 200 Class machine failed on Saturday. Adrian arrived back in Plymouth at 03.00hrs on Sunday morning and made the startline, only for the replacement ski to let him down!

Scorpion Track Marine is already involved in the championship as sponsor of Tim Cope’s (Plymouth) 250 Class Yamaha FZR, but wanted to increase its involvement in the fast growing off-shore personal watercraft series.

“Expanding our involvement in AquaX to expose our product to all the riders and jet ski racing fans makes a lot of sense as the series is clearly going from strength to strength”, said Gary Kirby, Head of Sales and Marketing. “Jet skis are an easy target for thieves but by fitting a Scorpion tracker owners have peace of mind when their pride and joy is parked up.”

ScorpionTrack actively protects watercraft against illegal movement using GPS and the latest movement detection technology hidden within the craft. Once armed, any movement whether stored on land or moored on water will cause ScorpionTrack to discretely notify the owner of movement along with location via a text message.

The pin-point location details along with movement alert will enable the owner to clarify the craft’s location via their smartphone or personal computer. An owner can then use Google Maps to see where their ski is located.

“Our prize package is growing along with the size and stature of the series”, said Lisa Barsby, AquaX Championship Manager. “To have added a prestigious brand like Scorpion Track Marine to our championship partners is a fantastic boost for all the riders and the championship.”A new partner joined P1 AquaX on the eve of the championship’s opening round in Plymouth last weekend with Scorpion Track Marine bringing its new anti-theft tracker into the series.
At each one of the five race meetings one lucky rider will walk away with a brand new tracking device, thanks to the introduction of the ScorpionTrack Rider’s Rider Award. The riders themselves will choose the winner after each Grand Prix of the Sea race meeting, with the £400 ScorpionTrack prize presented on the podium. It could be the best performance on the water or perhaps a noble act of sportsmanship by a rider that scoops the coveted prize.

Adrian Wilson won the prize in Plymouth for heroically making a 700-mile round trip on Saturday night to fetch a replacement ski from his home in Kingston-upon-Hull, after his regular 200 Class machine failed on Saturday. Adrian arrived back in Plymouth at 03.00hrs on Sunday morning and made the startline, only for the replacement ski to let him down!

Scorpion Track Marine is already involved in the championship as sponsor of Tim Cope’s (Plymouth) 250 Class Yamaha FZR, but wanted to increase its involvement in the fast growing off-shore personal watercraft series.

“Expanding our involvement in AquaX to expose our product to all the riders and jet ski racing fans makes a lot of sense as the series is clearly going from strength to strength”, said Gary Kirby, Head of Sales and Marketing. “Jet skis are an easy target for thieves but by fitting a Scorpion tracker owners have peace of mind when their pride and joy is parked up.”

ScorpionTrack actively protects watercraft against illegal movement using GPS and the latest movement detection technology hidden within the craft. Once armed, any movement whether stored on land or moored on water will cause ScorpionTrack to discretely notify the owner of movement along with location via a text message.

The pin-point location details along with movement alert will enable the owner to clarify the craft’s location via their smartphone or personal computer. An owner can then use Google Maps to see where their ski is located.

“Our prize package is growing along with the size and stature of the series”, said Lisa Barsby, AquaX Championship Manager. “To have added a prestigious brand like Scorpion Track Marine to our championship partners is a fantastic boost for all the riders and the championship.”A new partner joined P1 AquaX on the eve of the championship’s opening round in Plymouth last weekend with Scorpion Track Marine bringing its new anti-theft tracker into the series.
At each one of the five race meetings one lucky rider will walk away with a brand new tracking device, thanks to the introduction of the ScorpionTrack Rider’s Rider Award. The riders themselves will choose the winner after each Grand Prix of the Sea race meeting, with the £400 ScorpionTrack prize presented on the podium. It could be the best performance on the water or perhaps a noble act of sportsmanship by a rider that scoops the coveted prize.

Adrian Wilson won the prize in Plymouth for heroically making a 700-mile round trip on Saturday night to fetch a replacement ski from his home in Kingston-upon-Hull, after his regular 200 Class machine failed on Saturday. Adrian arrived back in Plymouth at 03.00hrs on Sunday morning and made the startline, only for the replacement ski to let him down!

Scorpion Track Marine is already involved in the championship as sponsor of Tim Cope’s (Plymouth) 250 Class Yamaha FZR, but wanted to increase its involvement in the fast growing off-shore personal watercraft series.

“Expanding our involvement in AquaX to expose our product to all the riders and jet ski racing fans makes a lot of sense as the series is clearly going from strength to strength”, said Gary Kirby, Head of Sales and Marketing. “Jet skis are an easy target for thieves but by fitting a Scorpion tracker owners have peace of mind when their pride and joy is parked up.”

ScorpionTrack actively protects watercraft against illegal movement using GPS and the latest movement detection technology hidden within the craft. Once armed, any movement whether stored on land or moored on water will cause ScorpionTrack to discretely notify the owner of movement along with location via a text message.

The pin-point location details along with movement alert will enable the owner to clarify the craft’s location via their smartphone or personal computer. An owner can then use Google Maps to see where their ski is located.

“Our prize package is growing along with the size and stature of the series”, said Lisa Barsby, AquaX Championship Manager. “To have added a prestigious brand like Scorpion Track Marine to our championship partners is a fantastic boost for all the riders and the championship.”A new partner joined P1 AquaX on the eve of the championship’s opening round in Plymouth last weekend with Scorpion Track Marine bringing its new anti-theft tracker into the series.
At each one of the five race meetings one lucky rider will walk away with a brand new tracking device, thanks to the introduction of the ScorpionTrack Rider’s Rider Award. The riders themselves will choose the winner after each Grand Prix of the Sea race meeting, with the £400 ScorpionTrack prize presented on the podium. It could be the best performance on the water or perhaps a noble act of sportsmanship by a rider that scoops the coveted prize.

Adrian Wilson won the prize in Plymouth for heroically making a 700-mile round trip on Saturday night to fetch a replacement ski from his home in Kingston-upon-Hull, after his regular 200 Class machine failed on Saturday. Adrian arrived back in Plymouth at 03.00hrs on Sunday morning and made the startline, only for the replacement ski to let him down!

Scorpion Track Marine is already involved in the championship as sponsor of Tim Cope’s (Plymouth) 250 Class Yamaha FZR, but wanted to increase its involvement in the fast growing off-shore personal watercraft series.

“Expanding our involvement in AquaX to expose our product to all the riders and jet ski racing fans makes a lot of sense as the series is clearly going from strength to strength”, said Gary Kirby, Head of Sales and Marketing. “Jet skis are an easy target for thieves but by fitting a Scorpion tracker owners have peace of mind when their pride and joy is parked up.”

ScorpionTrack actively protects watercraft against illegal movement using GPS and the latest movement detection technology hidden within the craft. Once armed, any movement whether stored on land or moored on water will cause ScorpionTrack to discretely notify the owner of movement along with location via a text message.

The pin-point location details along with movement alert will enable the owner to clarify the craft’s location via their smartphone or personal computer. An owner can then use Google Maps to see where their ski is located.

“Our prize package is growing along with the size and stature of the series”, said Lisa Barsby, AquaX Championship Manager. “To have added a prestigious brand like Scorpion Track Marine to our championship partners is a fantastic boost for all the riders and the championship.”

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