For his fourth consecutive year, Kevin Reiterer received the title of Super Champion of the World by JetGP.com. The position was earned after a complicated formula of awarding points for every race the racer competed this year, plus the points for each position and the number of racers participating in said event (or something equally overly and unnecessarily complex). Nevertheless, Reiterer came in with 67,257 besting both James Bushell (46,049 points) and Jeremy Poret (45,354 points).
JetGP.com wrote: “To make things more interesting and valuable in 2015, for the first time ever Kevin became a pilot of Aquabike World Championship. This could have been a really bad choice, because the first round started with a DNF in the second race! But, the championship season is long, and as soon as his ski started working well in the following rounds, he started winning, and kept on winning, and then finished it all off with a double win at the last round!
“Kevin ruled on different continents, at different competitions, in different classes, and even on different skis! He won at Aquabike World and European Championships, Nordic Cup, Alpe Adria Tour, JetCross tour, King’s Cup and Eurotour. Even with skipping Havasu altogether, he accumulated a total of 67,257 points this year, which is more than 20,000 points ahead of 2nd placed James Bushell.”