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Date: Sun 24 Jun 2018

Overall victory for Stian Schjetlein on Lacs of Eau d'Heure, Belgium

After dominating the first two motos of the Pro Ski class, Quinten Bossche looked set to win his home Grand Prix in stunning style on the Lacs of Eau d'Heure, Belgium. However, mechanical issues left his Kommander JX1 race ski on the start line giving Norwegian racer Stian Schjetlein to take his first Jetcross win of the season.

Quinten Bossche won moto 2 with ease, finishing over 20 seconds ahead of Alec Enderli in second and Stian Schjetlein in third. But when the band snapped in moto 3, Bossche was left on the start line and it was Steven Loiodice who grabbed the holeshot with Stian Schjetlein, Valentin Dardillat and Alec Enderli in hot pursuit.

As the race continued Schjetlein made the split course work to make the pass on Loiodice, moving the lesser powered Pro Force into the lead.
Meanwhile Alec Enderli applied pressure to Valentin Dardillat's Kommander GP1. A three-way battle ensued with Dardillat in the impossible position of holding off a determined Alec Enderli as well as trying to attack Steven Loiodice for second. Finally and on the last lap of the 15minute plus 1 lap race Dardillat made a thrilling pass on Loiodice. Loiodice held on for third.

When the spray settled it was Stian Schjetlein with the victory, but it wasn’t all plain sailing for the Norwegian racer who suffered a blown engine and damage to his hull at the start of the weekend and which forced him to utilise his team mate’s underpowered JX2 ski. “It’s been a rollercoaster for me this weekend, explained Schjetlein. I started out with a ski I don’t usually ride and it took me three races to figure out how to ride it.” Valentin Dardillat and Alec Enderli rounded out the podium.

Notwithstanding a no score in moto 3 Quinten Bossche still managed a fifth overall in his own Grand Prix and Championship leader Jeremy Poret finished a solid fourth overall despite harbouring a knee jury.

The tour now heads to central France and the beautiful city of Vichy for the third round of the Jetcross Pro Tour - 21 -22 July.