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Two riders who are no strangers to the Jetcross series are Valentin Dardillat and Yoann Tollemer and they will be joining forces for the 2017 season as part of Team Dardillat Eight Racing.
Despite being just 25 and 28-years-old both Dardillat and Tollemer have experience competing in the biggest national and international jet ski competitions in the world and are looking to add the 2017 Jetcross Pro Tour to their list of accomplishments.
Dardillat has been winning races since 2003 when he was just 12-years-old and has 2008 Offshore Ski F1 World Champion, 2011 IJSBA Ski GP World Champion and 2013 & 2014 Ski GP IJSBA European Champion on his list of achievements, as well as two Jetcross titles.
Tollemer has been travelling the world for the last 10 years to race jet skis and became the Pro Ski Slalom World Champion in 2015 as he continues to rise through the ranks. He will be looking to add a Jetcross Pro Tour title to his ever expanding list of honours.
''After my injury in Switzerland, during the 2016 Jetcross International Cup, it was a long year of recovery and after 5 months of a tough work I was glad to race at the Thailand Kings Cup, but my feeling on the ski wasn't what I expected. Now I am really motivated and excited to kick off the season in Daytona, in the surf, which is definitely my favourite race condition. I can't wait to jump the waves !''
said Valentin Dardillat
Team Dardillat Eight Racing are the first team to be announced as the Jetcross Pro Tour comes ever closer to its opening round in Daytona on April 22-23.
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