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This year the program will include the unveiling of a professional level race series and expansion of two further championships in the Great Lakes region of the USA and in Southeast Asia.
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The Yamaha rider proved consistent throughout the season and a final round second place was enough to secure the title ahead of season-long rival Carlito Del Valle of CRT Racing.
Tetreault opened the season with a close run second to Del Valle in Daytona Beach where a final race fourth opened the door for Del Valle to win the last race of the weekend and take the glory by six points.
His worst performance of the season came at the second round in Kissimmee, St Cloud where the calm water of Lake Toho played against his strengths and he finished down the pack 7th across the two races.
Back on the ocean in St Pete Beach, Tetreault found his feet to claim a 10-point victory over Del Valle with two seconds and a win from three races to well and truly stamp his title ambitions on the championship.
Islamorada was perhaps the turning point of the championship for Tetreault as he claimed two victories and a second in the roughest conditions the amateur racers had to face all season to claim a handy lead going into the final round as Del Valle could only finish third – 15 points back from the weekend leader.
After a couple of months break, the Amateur Enduro Championship came to an exciting climax in Ft Lauderdale, where Del Valle’s devastating mistake whilst leading on lap one of the first race, which saw him completely miss the final turn and start finish straight, effectively ended our hopes of a battle to the last race.
Tetreault preceded to finish second, third and second to round off an incredible season, taking home top prize and yet another podium finish – his fourth from five rounds.
Watch the final race of the season HERE: