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The 2019 series opened in early May in La Seyne-Sur-Mer on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea with the JX Grand Prix of the Mediterranean, when Morgan Poret topped the podium after a great weekend of racing.
At the end of May the P1 Jetcross Championship moved to Basse-Ham near the Luxembourg border for the first time, where reigning champion Jeremy Poret came out on top in the JX Grand Prix of Europe.
For the third round of the Tour in June, the riders returned to Belgium and the beautiful Les Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure, the home of the famous O2R Jetski Club. More than 100 riders from 12 countries served up a feast of stand-up racing featuring professional and amateur riders. The Pro Ski JX1 produced a new winner as Frenchman Raphael Maurin grabbed his first JX overall victory on the new Kawasaki M1.
Valentin Dardillat was back on the podium when racing moved back to France in July. The 2011 and 2016 JX champion triumphed on the challenging River Allier for the second consecutive year.
"Five rounds and five different winners on each GP, Jetcross proves that it's the most challenging jet-ski series in the world!" added Julien Bastien, P1 Europe head manager
The final round of the P1 Jetcross Tour – the Grand Prix of Switzerland sponsored by Experience Kissimmee Florida - was hosted by the picturesque resort town of Le Bouveret near the French border, with racing taking place on Lake Geneva against the backdrop of the Alps, and yet again this season it was a different rider who was the overall winner.
Mickael Poret was impressive on his Bullett V3 Kawasaki with its 2 stroke engine, whilst the majority of riders compete with powerful 4 stroke engines. He scored 3/1/1 finishes and passed his younger brother Jeremy twice in Moto 2 and 3.
Championship leader and 2018 champion Jeremy Poret was back to his winning ways in the opening race in Le Bouveret and the Bullett factory racer did enough in the remaining two races to lift the Jetcross title for the second year in a year and set a new record by being crowned champion for the sixth time.