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It's a real honour to be present on the P1 Jetcross Pro World Tour, they took the right choice to keep our sport in the excitement that it deserves
The Frenchman, who claimed a famous victory in the only race of the Jetcross Inter. Cup last term, missed the opening race of the JX Pro World Tour in Daytona and has it all to do to ensure he finishes top of the pile this year.
Renowned as one of the best riders in the world, Jeremy Poret travels to Switzerland for the second round of the competition confident that he has what it takes to retain his Jetcross title.
Despite the odds being clearly stacked against him, Estavayer-le-Lac holds a special place in the heart of Poret and it could well be the venue for him to announce to his rivals that he is a force to be reckoned with.
Located close to his hometown of Lyon, the venue lies on the south-east bank of Lake Neuchâtel and the 29-year-old is expecting a strong backing from friends and family who are set to cheer him on from the sidelines.
Valentin Dardillat, from Dardillat 8 Racing Team produced a stunning display at Daytona to top the current rankings in the first race of the season, amassing 180 points on his way to claiming success. His fellow countryman Poret knows what it takes to win, it’s in his DNA, and it will need all of his experience to topple his rivals in the coming months.
Although Jeremy Poret is immediately focused on keeping hold of his title, he has expressed his frustration at the launch of the new Kawasaki SX-R ski model, which he believes has blurred the lines between stand up and runabout racing. Having labelled his concerns over the future of the sport, Poret believes that P1 Jetcross is setting the industry standard, and hopes that others take notice in order for a better and brighter future.
The racing in Estavayer-la-Lac takes place on the 1-2 July, don't miss it!