Kawasaki Jet Ski® Ultra® 310R Propels Craig Warner to Victory at the Mark Hahn 300
Irvine, Calif. (February 26, 2014) – For the seventh time in eight years, Kawasaki’s Jet Ski Ultra platform has out performed all of its competitors at the grueling IJSBA Mark Hahn Memorial Havasu 300 in Lake Havasu, Ariz. Craig Warner and his Jet Ski Ultra 310R were the stars of the show as Warner competed as an ironman, meaning he piloted his ski for all 300 miles, beating out all of the two-person teams and marking the first time in the history of the event, that an ironman has won the overall.
“My Kawasaki team and the Ultra 310R were outstanding today,” said Kawasaki factory racer Craig Warner. “When you enter the ironman division, there is a ton of preparation as a factory athlete to make these moments shine. This race is a true test of both man and machine and to be able to take the overall win just shows the power and durability of my Kawasaki Ultra 310R. This event is a tremendous kick off to our season and it is great to start off with a big win.”
All told, nine Kawasaki Jet Ski’s finished in the overall top 10 of the event. In stock class Kawasaki pilot Eric Francis took home second place in class and seventh overall with his teammate Anya Colley on an Jet Ski Ultra 300X.