About MotoSurf WorldCup

The FIDSM has created one of the most advanced, safest and cheapest Motorsport in the world with the MotoSurf WorldCup Race Championship.

The Jetsurf Raceboards are ultra light weight high tech water machines, with the ability to be transported via person, car, boat, and plane (as personal luggage on international/domestic carrier flights). This allows all MSWC Racers to travel easily around the world together with their machine — a unique attribute in comparison to other motorized vehicles and motorized sports. This makes the MotoSurf WorldCup the cheapest, economical and environmentally most advanced and friendly Motorsport in the world today.

Our Jetsurf Raceboards are the fastest water machines which are self carrying by its Riders.
Last but not least is the MotoSurf WorldCup one of the safest Motorsport in the world, with Jetsurf Raceboards weighing as little as 18kg, the kinetic energy is minimal, if a Rider falls off his Raceboard and cuts the engine via the kill switch his Raceboard will stop after maximum 5 meter. There is little to no danger to the Racers, this is why other famous Motorsport icons such as WRC, F1, MotoGP, Red Bull Air Race Pilots are training and racing with the Jetsurf Raceboards.

 

Green Technlogy

In the MotoSurf WorldCup Races we not only show the limits of the possible in racing and technology but also focus on our environment. The Jetsurf Raceboards are propelled by an ultra light weight state of the art engine, built by MSR Engines. A Jetsurf is one of the most advanced water vehicles on the market today, in comparing speed, range and consumption to its CO2 emissions.

Our Partner MOTOREX is one of the worldwide most advanced high tech oil manufacturer. All Raceboards are using environmentally degradable Motorex Oil.
Furthermore in order to achieve a Zero Carbon Footprint Jetsurf is planting a tree for every Jetsurf sold, one dedicated to each JetSurf. An average customer is using his Jetsurf approximately 120 hours per year and produces about 25kg of CO2, the same amount which one adult tree can absorb each year.