Last weekend, the 2nd round of the Jetski World Series took place in the beautiful town of Vichy, France.
With large crowds and amazing weather there was over 200 x competitors gathered from across the globe. Challenging conditions prevailed with up to 20 high horse powered machines churning the water in all directions creating unpredictable waves. Racing was exciting and fast with Jetpilot team riders once again gathered at the very top of the podium!
Kevin Reiterer (AUT) was in top form and showed his superior skills and speed to surpass his strongest competitors winning the Pro Ski GP division ahead of other Jetpilot team riders Quinten Bossche (BEL) and Jeremy Poret (FRA).
“I love pushing myself to the limits and giving my all. The rider makes the difference here - it’s irrelevant what kind of ski you’re riding and how much horsepower you have under the hood!” said Reiterer.
The Pro GP Runabout category was action packed. Mohammed Burbayea (KUW) once again showed his reputation as one of the fastest men on water with a big series win. Mohammed Albaaz (KUW) was close behind in 2nd with last years overall champion Jeremy Perez (FRA) in 3rd.
In ladies Ski GP Estelle Poret (FRA) battled fiercely to take 3rd overall behind the very fast and talented Jasmin Ypraus (EST) in 2nd and series winner Jessica Chavanne (FRA).
The third stop of the World Series will take place in Lake Havasu, Arizona, USA at the beginning of October.
Check out the image library below or head over to the official Jet Ski World Cup page for the full event recap, results and more: 2023 JET SKI WORLD SERIES