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Heading into the weekend's racing Poret stood fifth in the standings, 23 points back of Antony Torelli in fourth, but he managed to close the gap with two victories in the opening pair of races.
He was on his way to clinching the weekend win before the latter stages of race three when he had engine trouble ending his race earlier. Without scoring in the final race, he dropped down to fifth in the standings and leaving the door open for Tollemer to take first and held Poret behind Torelli in the overall standings.
After finishing race one in second and fifth in Sunday’s first outings, third in race three was enough to secure a weekend victory by five points over Mickael Poret and Valentin Dardillat who both notched 135-point tallies and secured his place on the overall series podium, in third.
Dardillat’s third in So’Fun Village was more than enough to secure his 2017 P1 Jetcross title by a resounding 73 points. He finished both race one and two in third before claiming fifth in the closing race.
The nearest rival to Dardillat in the overall standings was Steven Loiodice and he managed to cross the line first in race three and finish the weekend in sixth to see him hold off late pressure from third-placed Tollemer.
Rounding off the top ten in So’Fun Village was Morgan Poret in seventh, eighth-placed Anthony Beernaut while ninth and tenth was won by Jonathan Le Biez and Mickael Traclet.