Jetpilot at MotoSurf WorldCup

Monday, 15 May 2017


Jetsurf is one of the most advanced and safest motorsports in the world with the MotoSurf WorldCup Race Championship.

The Jetsurf Raceboards are ultra light weight and high tech water machines, the most advanced water vehicles on the market today.

The first event of the Motosurf Worldcup 2017 took place in Fréjus, France at South Wake Park last weekend on May 12-14.

Of course, Jetpilot was there to support the riders and witness their abilities on the water. Here are some impressions from the event featuring the brand new Jetpilot-Jetsurf suits and tour coats.

The big winners of the race were Jakub Kornfeil and Aneta Sacherova, both from Czech Republic.

The next race of the Motosurf World Cup series will take place in St. Petersburg, Russia on June 9-11.



World Champion Title for Poret @Aquabike China

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Today we want to inform you about the latest 2 rounds of the Aquabike World Championship. The best athletes came together again to compete for the title in China.


From September 23 - 25 the Aquabike Championship made a stop in Shanghai, where Kevin Reiterer won and left point’ leader Jérémy Poret behind him, who still made it to 3rd place, with Spaniard Nacho Armillas finishing 2nd. Rok Florjancic was able to extend his lead in the Freestyle category in Shanghai. 


The second race in China was held during Oct 3 - 5 in Liuzhou. Kevin Reiterer was off to a great start, scoring pole positon for race day. However, Jérémy Poret was the one to take home the Ski GP1 title once again. The opening race produced high drama with all three of Poret’s title rivals hitting trouble and failing to post points, defending champion Kevin Reiterer retiring on lap 4 of 9, Stian Schjetlein failing to start and Nacho Armillas struggling to get round at all and finishing four laps down. With his rivals starting race 2 on the outsides of the line, there was no pressure on Poret, but he delivered a second perfect performance to take another comfortable win, and with it the world and GP title. In Freestyle, Rok Florjancic made it to the highest place on the podium once more.


The final round of the Aquabike World Championship will take place in Sharjah in the UAE December 19-21.


Photos by Simon Palfrader







Poret and Guilbert win Titles at French Championship

Thursday, 22 September 2016

2 weeks ago, the French Actionjet Championship in Jetski was held at So Fun Village in France and our team riders were once again very successful.

During the championship, which was held from September 9-11, team rider Jérémy Poret, for the 5th time in a row, became French Champion.

We are also happy to announce that team rider Pierre Guilbert made it to the first place in the Ski GP 3 class and with that ended his amazing season of winning the European championship title in Ski GP 3 and the Jet Cross Championship in GP 3.

Poret has not ended his season yet, but is along with many other riders preparing for the Aquabike World Championship which will take place in Shanghai, China this upcoming weekend (Sept. 23 – 25). Many of the best jetski riders of the world will compete for the title and we are excited to see who will win this year.




AquaX and Jetcross at Free4Style Event

Thursday, 14 July 2016

During the first weekend of July, the Free4Style event took place at Estavayer-le-Lac in Switzerland. The event describes itself as an action sport event in a beachparty atmosphere. The AquaX cup and the Jetcross race, both big PWC competitions on their own, joined forces for this occasion and together created excitement amongst the many visitors, who were also enjoying FMX and wakeboarding shows with international pro riders.

Taking place for the 23rd time already, the unique event was a great place for holding the races and we are once again proud of the successful partaking of our team riders.

Firstly, French team rider Jérémy Poret took 1st place in Ski Elite, one place ahead of Austrian team rider Kevin Reiterer. In the Ski Amateur class, Jetpilot team rider Pierre Guilbert won the race.

 

See a few pictures of the event below.

Aquabike World Championship Denia, Spain

Monday, 27 June 2016

The latest race of the Aquabike World Championship took place in Denia, Spain last weekend. The best riders from all over the world met again to compete and race along the Mediterranean coastline in the city of Denia, Spain.


Our team rider Jeremy Poret performed particularly well and took 1st place in Ski Division GP 1, with team rider Kevin Reiterer following him and making 4th place. Poret was pushed very hard for seven of the 10 laps by Reiterer but a broken driveshaft ended Reiterer’s good position, leaving Poret comfortably clear of the chasing but distant drivers and taking the win by 12 seconds. “To take my first win with my new Ski feels very good,” said Poret. “I am sorry for Kevin but I am proud of this result for me and my whole team. I now lead the championship and that’s where I want to stay.” Poret could be especially happy because his sister, Estelle, took 1st place in the Ladies GP 1 class, which made the siblings become the first to win Grand Prix titles at the same event.

In Freestyle Skydive, Rok and Nak Florjancic took 2nd and 3rd place.


We are happy about the great performances and already looking forward to the next Aquabike World Championship race in Mirandela, Portugal, which will take place July 22-24.


Photos by Simon Palfrader

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