Ozone Speedster wins PXP speed race - A true test of speed
At the first PXP Paramotor Speed Race, held from the 12th to the 16th of October in Spain, pilots from all over Europe came together to battle it out in a race of pure speed. However, the rules were strict: Pilots could only fly EN certified Paramotor wings within the certified weight range. This was an interesting twist for the pilots who entered, as expert PPG pilots generally fly wings at well above the certified weight range.
We are very happy to announce that the Ozone Speedster 26, flown by Mathieu Rouanet took first place and second place was taken by Benito Susa, flying his Ozone Viper 2 28.
Wings from most major PPG brands were present at the competition. We wish that more brands and models had been represented to show things more clearly, but overall this result combined with the general feedback from pilots tells us that the Ozone Speedster is the winner it was designed to be.
Full details of the PXP speed race can be found here.
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