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Date: Wed 17 May 2017

Antony Torelli takes to Daytona Beach like a duck to water

While many riders struggled among the larger US waves, this highly skilled Parisian relished conditions to keep his championship hopes alive.

Antony Torelli with his Bulett Racing hull powered by 3 cylinders Kawasaki

Antony Torelli with his Bulett Racing hull powered by 3 cylinders Kawasaki

Torelli has previously said that he prefers rough conditions, which was clearly evident in the opening race of the 2017 season. At this early stage in proceedings you can only ride yourself out of contention so finishing 4th in a strong field has left him in a great position.

After taking a measured approach to testing, the AT Racing rider was in no hurry to race and began to negotiate his Bullett ski through the field. "During the tests I analysed the conditions to find my rhythm,” said Torelli. “During the race I didn't rush the start and managed to climb several places.

"Physically I felt pretty good throughout and if the race had continued I would have continued to climb."

It's back to Europe for the next race and the former IJSBA Amateur Ski World Champion is prepared for a different yet more familiar challenge. "The races in Europe will take place with fewer waves and more speed but with additional difficulties like tyre jumping."

Having finished 5th in 2015 and 3rd in 2016, Torelli is most certainly a contender for the title this season. Despite standing 4th he has his sights firmly set on winning the series. "My objective for the Championship remains to win it."

Join us in Switzerland for the next instalment of what is shaping up to be a cracking Jetcross Pro World Tour.

Do you need more informations about Antony Torelli? Check out his racer profile here !