2015 IJSBA World Final Pro R/A Open

"The Flying Frenchman' Jean Baptiste Botti so thoroughly dominated the Pro Runabout Open class at last year's World Finals, and then followed that win with a victory teamed with Jean-Bruno Pastorello in the prestigious Mark Hahn 300 on the same stretch of beach, that we began to wonder if the name should be changed to Botti Beach. But, as is always the case, to win at the World Finals requires a virtually flawless weekend, as any problems on the track, whether riding errors or equipment issues are greatly magnified when competing against the best the world has to offer. And this year it was Sea-Doo pilot Gyorgy Kasza from Hungary, not Botti, who turned in a perfect performance aboard his ver

2015 World Finals Pro Ski Open

A few years ago the IJSBA decided to change the format for it's premier ski class, Pro Ski Open, to a three moto format. The idea being to give fans more of what they came to see by showcasing the best riders in the world three times as well as giving racers the luxury of being able to recover from one bad moto and still have a shot at a world title. The three moto format harkens back to the early days of motocross in this country before the more popular two moto format was adopted (and currently run for all other classes). And although it does make scorekeeping a bit challenging at times, it clearly accomplishes the already stated goal of giving race fans more of what they came for as well

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