AMY GREEN WINS WOMEN’S APBA NATIONAL TITLE ON YAMA
Racer Switched to Yamaha Mid-Season And Wins Every Moto On Way To Champi
09.12.2009 – NASHVILLE, TN – PWC racer Amy Green took home the Women’s
National Runabout Title aboard her Yamaha FZR WaveRunner at the APBA National
Championship PWC races held last weekend on Percy Priest Lake in Tennessee.
Amy Green, a member of the legendary Dean’s Team race squad, switched to the
Yamaha FZR mid-season, and went on to win every women’s moto she competed
in on her way to the national title.
“There are a lot of people in the race community talking about the FZR and its
capabilities on the closed course,” said Amy Green. “The combination of power,
reliability and an awesome hull design, make the FZR the machine of choice for
serious racers. This National Title should help amplify the noise about this
“Amy’s National Title proves once and again that the FZR is the ultimate closed
course race boat and 2009 was only its first year of production,” said Scott Watkins,
Yamaha’s product development manager. “The potential is endless for the FZR.
With its 1812cc supercharged powerplant, racers can get incredibly high
horsepower and maintain a level of reliability that gives the racer the confidence to
finish the race. We’re starting to see the aftermarket finalize new performance parts,
and as those hit the scene, we’ll truly see how revolutionary this watercraft will be.”
About Yamaha WaterCraft
Yamaha Boats and WaveRunner personal watercraft are products of the Yamaha
Watercraft Group, a division of Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA.
Headquartered in Kennesaw, GA, the Yamaha Watercraft Group is responsible for
the sales, marketing and distribution of Yamaha watercraft in the United States.
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