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The P1 Jetcross action saw the Poret family dominate the Pro Ski JX1 class with Jeremy, Mickaël and Morgan filling the top three positions. Jeremy Poret, the Experience Kissimmee rider, put on a fantastic display, maintaining high speed with impeccable composure as he steered his craft to three victories. His brothers weren’t too far behind, with the trio riding the Bullett V3 Wideboy with great success.
But Jeremy Poret should get a strong contender in person of Quinteen Bossche. Despite, a black week end for the young Belgium with a disqualification in Moto 1 for overweight Ski after finished second behind Jeremy Poret, and mechanical issue in Moto 2 with an impressive come back from the 14th place at first lap, up to 2nd before to retired after a mechanical issue… With any doubt let’s have a eye on Bossche on his home Grand Prix in Belgium, the 22-23 June at Lacs of Eau d’Heures !
In the Pro-Am Ski JX1 Vets (over 35) race, Swiss Thierry Coutier took three race wins out of three in another dominant display on the Bullett V2.5 Wideboy craft. Notching a couple of thirds and a second place, saw the Spanyard Joan Rubau reach second overall in the championship, with Frenchman Philippe Achard rounding out the top three.
The Pro-Am Ski JX2 races saw Alex Enderli from Switzerland and Jeremy Poret’s teammate and also official Experience Kissimmee sponsored rider, wrap up the weekend in fine form, another who won three races across the weekend.
“It was a perfect weekend for me, I won all three races and I couldn’t dream of a better way to kick-off the season! It was a blast to ride my new Bullett V3, and share the podium with my two brothers, it’s an amazing feeling.” Jeremy Poret - Bullett Racing Factory and Experience Kissimmee sponsored rider
In second place overall was Damien Andre and Remy Demichelis finished third.
Notice that Alec Enderli competed the final Moto in the Pro Ski JX1 main class and finished at an impressive 3rd place ! We should see again Alec in the Pro class until the end of the season.
In the Pro-Am Ski JX3 four-stroke category, the top three was made up of Frenchmen Benjamin Scharff, Pierre Guilbert, Simon Raoulx, with just 34 points separating the trio of racers.
In the Am Ski JX3 Wilfried Gurnot on his Yamaha Superjet, Dimitri Ganevat, Vincent Debitte took the podium, with an impressive line-up of 33 riders.
The Am Ski JX3 Ladies races saw Jennifer Menard dominate on her Yamaha Superjet, making up a total of 81 points over her race weekend. Kawasaki SXR 800 rider Lou Dardillat wasn’t too far behind, with 60 points and new comer and first race ever Flora Moron ended up further back on 27 points, after a DNF in her first Moto.
The Sea-Doo Spark crafts took first and third place overall in the Pro-Am Sport JX4 races, with Philip Salobir from Germany and Baptiste Czimer getting their seasons off to a strong start, while Maxime Benoit on the Yamaha EX sandwiched inbetween them.
For the P1 Jetcross EuroTour’s next stop will be in Lacs of Eau d’Heure, Belgium on 22-23 June 2018, after the seashore of the Mediterranean sea, let’s see who will take the crown of the victory in the beautiful Ardennes Belgium.