We Just Want To Go Fast | Phuckit Racing
Not your typical jetski racing team, #PhuckitRacing is made up of a group of friends from South Florida with diverse backgrounds and one thing in common: an affinity for water, speed, and fierce competition.
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Not your typical jetski racing team, #PhuckitRacing is made up of a group of friends from South Florida with diverse backgrounds and one thing in common: an affinity for water, speed, and fierce competition. After years of riding and many adventures testing the Florida waters from as far south as the Keys to as north as Daytona Beach, they decided that #phuckit, it was time to finally take their talents and their jetskis to the race course. One thing led to another and before they knew it, they were getting in on the jetski racing competition and and gaining the attention of fans, and having a great time doing it. Having made their P1 AquaX debut at the series’ St. Cloud event in 2016, and having since made appearances as far as Chicago and as close-to-home as Ft. Lauderdale, #TeamPhuckit is excited for all the racing to come in 2017!

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  • As the racing season winds down, the jetski community is getting wound up and pumped up as racers, sponsors, enthusiasts and the like all head to the watersports mecca of Lake Havasu City, Arizona for the 2017 IJSBA World Finals presented by Blowsion. And for Team Phuckit, the excitement is real, as we will be making the trek to Havasu for our first time!   It’s been a very busy year for Phuckit Racing, but the constant hustle couldn’t stop us from squeezing in yet another awesome adventure into their schedules. Unfortunately for us weekend warriors, work obligations won’t allow......

  • After week of packing, wrapping, and prepping to face the wrath of Hurricane Irma, teammates George and Amanda barely made it out of south Florida on the last plane out before the Fort Lauderdale International Airport ceased operations on Friday evening. It was a bittersweet departure for the pair, who, as native Floridians, were leaving their friends and family behind to weather the storm without them for the first time. But as their connecting flight took off from the Orlando Airport as scheduled, their heavy hearts started to fill with the familiar feeling of excitement for the weekend of racing......

  • As family and loved ones in Florida brace for Hurricane Irma, George and Amanda are headed to Chicago to race in round 2 of the P1 AquaX Northeast Series. And while they are quite used to being on the race course together, this time it’s a bit different. For the first time ever they will both be racing in the 200hp class on almost identical boats, teammate vs. teammate, boyfriend vs. girlfriend, in a one-shot challenge for the series’ class title. Don’t miss the Team Phuckit face off! If you’re in Chicago, you can enjoy the live racing for free......

  • The beautiful Florida Keys – our favorite rec riding turf – hosted their first P1 AquaX event a few weeks ago in the waters off the shore of Islamorada. A historical jet ski racing venue, Holiday Isle, as it is commonly referred to, saw a strong pack of fifty two riders come to compete in what would turn out to be one of the roughtest and toughest races of the 2017 season. Between the rough waters and the difficult logistics, the weekend was eventful, to say the least, but for Team Phuckit things were especially challenging. Day 1 was a......

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