Amanda Lecheminant - Team Phuckit
George Holmquist - Team Phuckit

Born in Amman, Jordan (long story…ask her and she’ll tell you all about it) and raised in Boca Raton, this Florida girl spends her days lawyering, her nights singing with a symphony choir (yes, you read that correctly) and her weekends on the water. Having grown up watching F1 racing with herDad, and later taking to the track herself in a Mini Cooper S, racing is in her blood. Whether it be negotiating a contract, fighting for what she believes in, or trying to find a way to make her ski move faster, her feisty (and stubborn) spirit is a force to be reckoned with. Underneath her gloves you might find a fresh mani, but don’t let the pink helmet fool you, this girl is ready to compete with the boys. 

Also a Florida native, George is no stranger to adventure. Having fallen in love with the sport of PWC riding while on a skating trip to Dubai (and by skating we mean rollerblading), it wasn’t long before our #62 had a ski of his own and was out sharpening his skills on the south Florida waters. A natural with all things machine-oriented, George currently serves as the team’s unofficial and unrated mechanic as well as pseudo-coach for teammate Amanda. When he’s not riding or rolling, you can find him strutting his stuff as director of marketing for an advertising company, and of course helping keep #TeamPhuckit looking fresh both online and in real life.

Born in New York City and raised in upstate New York we didn’t have too much PWC to get involved with. I loved motorcycles, we had some of the best roads to ride on in the entire state. I remember as soon as I was old enough I got my motorcycle license, as a matter of fact, I was late to my high school graduation because I had to finish my licensing course. I loved track days with all the Ducati guys or just clearing my head on the back road twisties, for some reason the adrenaline was therapeutic. A few years later I decided to come to South Florida and eventually picked up a Sea-Doo Spark. I think we put over 150 hours on it that year…