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After the opening two rounds in Daytona Beach and Estravayer-le-Lac, out in front is Valentin Dardillat with a ninety-point lead over Steven Loiodice in second.
Three moto victories in Florida gave Dardillat maximum 180 points while Brice Lopez finished second with 140 and Loiodice was third, eight points further back.
Valentin continued his perfect record in the opening moto in Switzerland but it wasn’t enough to win the weekend. Reigning Jetcross champion Jeremy Poret, who was forced to miss the opening round in Daytona, finished the first race in third, behind Dardillat and younger brother Morgan Poret, before building on his solid start to win the following two races and stand aloft the weekend standings.
While Dardillat is in pole position it is far from over with this weekend’s racing and a meeting in So’ Fun Village in September still to go.
Two newcomers to the Jetcross Pro Tour in Vichy are Quinteen Bossche, who you can expect to be right in the mix as one of the best ski riders of the current generation, and older brother to Jeremy and Morgan, Mickal Poret, will also take his place in the line up.
Sadly Daytona Beach second Lopez, who missed round two with mechanical issues, will not be able to take part once again as he continues to face technical problems with his ski.