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Date: Sat 09 Sep 2017

Poret makes perfect start on Saturday

The battle for places near the top of the standings has got tighter after race one in So'Fun Village went to Jeremy Poret followed by Yoann Tollemer.

Heading into the weekend's racing Jeremy Poret stood fifth in the standings, 23 points back of Antony Torelli in fourth, but he managed to close the gap with victory in the opening race of this series' finale.

Things got worse for Torelli as his hopes of a podium finish slipped further away courtesy of Yoann Tollemer, who was just three points ahead of Torelli, finishing race one in second. Meanwhile, Tollemer closed the large 49-point disadvantage he had over second-placed Steven Loiodice who finished race one in 11th.

Yoann Tollemer finished race one with an impressive second place after leading at the midway point

Yoann Tollemer finished race one with an impressive second place after leading at the midway point

Valentin Dardillat is the runaway leader of the 2017 series and his grip on the trophy got tighter by claiming third while his nearest rival, Loiodice, fell toward the back of the pack.

Torelli, Mickael Poret and Anthony Beernaut where the next three home in fourth, fifth and sixth.

Jonathan La Biez, Morgan Poret and Antoine Goethals all had hopes of moving up the standings as they sat sixth, seventh and eighth before Saturday's action but had weren't able to close the gap with Poret finish seventh, Le Biez in tenth and Goethals in 12th.

A notable absentee after his exploits in Vichy was Quinten Bossche. He qualified second behind only Jeremy Poret before a mechanical problem stopped him being able to race but he will be hopeful of returning to the start line on Sunday.

It is all still to race for in with two more races to go so we are sure to have some entertaining races on Sunday with podium places up for grabs.