AYRTON EBOLI LEADS THE WORLD TO HOME SOIL
UIM MotoSurf World Championship started at the end of May in the Czech Republic. The Stock class – category for non-modified motorized surfboards – brought super close racing action seeing a debuting permanent rider to the Championship Ayrton Eboli on top of the field.
Mexican representative Ayrton Eboli debuted on the world level of motorized surfboard racing last year coming from the MotoSurf Games Championship in the United States where the Seventeen years old racer scored two podiums in Sebring, FL and Keystone Heights, FL. Ayrton even led Team Mexico to a podium glory at the MotoSurf of Nations in Colombia. Having a couple of podium finishes under his belt, Ayrton Eboli headed to Europe to close the MotoSurf World Championship campaign in Zadar, Croatia. He left a strong mark finishing 4th aiming for further improvements as permanent rider of the MotoSurf World Championship in 2022.
Patience and off-season training paid off right in the beginning of the season. Ayrton waved the Mexican flag high with super strong weekend in the Czech Republic. The weekend didn’t start the best with 16th place in the qualifying but more improvement arrived right after heats seeing Ayrton proceeding to the Final from 3rd position. Sunday’s program always turns on the real racing atmosphere. In the Final, Ayrton Eboli took a good start and followed Kuwaiti racer Hasan Boabbas and fought in the group with Czechs Petr Pozdník and Miroslav Kopš. Great ride from the Mexican defended his position and made it to premiere podium finish in the 2nd place of the South Moravian GP standings.
In the Championship classification, where all the weekend’s point are included, Ayrton currently tops the sheet with 87 points from Hasan Boabbas and Petr Pozdník.
Ayrton Eboli: „The race in the Czech Republic was fantastic. I’m so happy I made it on the podium for the first time. It’s like a dream coming true. It feels even better when the upcoming event heads to Mexico – my home country and I am the first ever Mexican racer to lead the MSWC championship. I cannot wait to start the weekend and I’ll do my best to keep up on the pace from the Czech Republic.“