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Date: Fri 05 Jan 2018

Jetcross announces exciting 2018 schedule

The 2018 Jetcross Series will consist of five rounds in three different countries, featuring new venues in the south of France, Switzerland and Belgium.

Having raced in the United States last season, the 2018 calendar comprises European events only, with three taking place in France, one in Switzerland and one in Belgium.
 
The Tour will begin in late April/early May in the South of France as the Jetcross Series joins forces with the AquaX Euro Tour to stage a joint race weekend.
 
On 23 June the second round will take place in the south west of Belgium at Lacs Eau D’Heure in Wallonia, a famous location for jet ski enthusiasts, where talented rider Quinten Bossche from Ostende will be the firm favourite after his performances in 2017.
 
Vichy will again host the third round on 21 July before the Jetcross Tour moves on to Switzerland, where the new venue of Le Bouveret replaces Estavayer-le-Lac on the calendar. The race will take place on the east shore of Lake Léman on 25 August.
 
The final round of the Tour will once again take place just outside Paris at the fantastic jet ski racing facility of So’Fun Village on 15 September.
 
Defending champion Valentin Dardillat will be looking to hold off the likes of Jeremy Poret and Bossche over the extended 2018 championship schedule, having not finished outside the top three in any of the four rounds in 2017 and winning two of them.
 

Will Valentin Dardillat be able to win back-to-back Pro Tour titles in 2018?

Will Valentin Dardillat be able to win back-to-back Pro Tour titles in 2018?

2018 P1 Jetcross World Pro Tour Calendar
 
Round 1: South of France (Venue tbc), April 28-29 or May 5-6
Round 2: Lake of Eau d’Heure, Belgium, June 23-24
Round 3: Vichy, France, July 21-22
Round 4: Le Bouveret, Switzerland, August 25-26
Round 5: Paris, France, September 15-16

2018 P1 Jetcross National Tour Calendar
 
Round 1: South of France (Venue tbc), April 28-29 or May 5-6
Round 2: Lake of Eau d’Heure, Belgium, June 23-24
Round 3: Vichy, France, July 21-22
Round 4: Le Bouveret, Switzerland, August 25-26
Round 5: Paris, France, September 15-16

2018 P1 Jetcross Euro Junior Tour Calendar
 
Round 1: Lake of Eau d’Heure, Belgium, June 23-24
Round 2: Le Bouveret, Switzerland, August 25-26