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Date: Mon 18 Dec 2017

Poret regains Kings Cup in Thailand

It was a fantastic week in Thailand for Jeremy Poret as he added the 2017 Kings Cup to his long list of career titles.

The Jetcross star, who took victory in Estavayer-le-Lac during the 2017 season, took three victories from the first three races in Thailand and despite slipping to third in race four, it wasn’t enough for his rivals to stop him from taking the title.

It was the French rider’s second Kings Cup victory after taking the title in 2016, following on from a fourth at the 2015 championship.

He will now be hoping to build on his victory in Asia after he had to surrender his Jetcross championship to Valentin Dardillat this year having won the one-off race championship in 2015 and 2016.

Dardillat could only manage 12th in the Ski GP class in Thailand, as France dominated the podium spots with Botti Jean Baptiste and Raphael Maurin taking second and third.

AquaX’s top Canadian rider Mike Klippenstein took 11th and former AquaX sprint racer from South Africa, Dustin Motzouris, finished fifth.