Powerboat P1 is the fastest growing marine motorsport series in the world and has a long term commitment to growing and developing JetSki racing at all levels.
This web site uses “temporary cookies” so that the site remembers what other items are in your “shopping basket”. In this situation a cookie is a small data file containing a single number (and no personal information) this cookie is never re-used. When you close your browser (Internet Explorer/Firefox/Safari etc), the cookie is destroyed.
"It was a big crash ! The kind of crash that nobody want to see happen" said Jeremy Poret
Jeremy Poret was injured during a race in Sardinia ten days ago. After made a very unusual mistake on a left turn in front of the bank corner, he was hitted by Quinten Bossche. It could be worse so far, but after some exam the verdict fall off with rupture of posterior cruciate ligaments of his left knee.
"Unfortunately I tore my posterior ligament of my knee, so, yes, wasn’t what I wanted to hear. But it’s going pretty good, already plan my recovery with my medical staff. I aren't still able to train and do all that. It’s definitely a different approach but I think it will be all right. We have a good ski so I’m not worried about testing or anything. I will be in Belgium to do my best and take some points to secure the championship." says Jeremy.
Obviously, Jeremy Poret does not have a glimpse of his old ways. If anything, riding with his injuries is accentuating his tendencies-he's forced to ride even smoother and avoid the rough stuff even more. These riders are pro athletes. They focus on one thing, victory. Without any doubt Poret will be there to keep the lead, but also to show that even if he won't be at 100%, the battle will be though in Belgium !
Don't miss the action, getting ready for the P1 Jetcross round 2, Lacs of Eau d'Heure Belgium 23-24 June.