MOTOSURF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HEADING TO FINAL SHOOTOUT
Czech Republic, Mexico, Italy and now finally Croatia. Beautiful Falkensteiner Resort in Zadar is ready to host the season decider of 2022 UIM MotoSurf World Championship. The weekend expects over 100 racers from 15 different countries and 4 continents.
There is still a lot to decide in the last race weekend of the season. In the Open Class – premiere class of the Championship – the world title is still to be decided between Lukas Zahorsky and Jakub Kornfeil. Reigning World Champion Lukas Zahorsky managed to close the gap in Italy and the title contenders are now separated by just 5 points.The battle is on for the third place as well where Daniel Provaznik and Dominik Kadlec are tied on points but Slovakian Marek Škamla still has a chance to strike from the 5th.
In the Stock Class, the title chance is wide open for four riders. Down Kim from South Korea leads the standings from Mexican Ayrton Eboli who is just 9 points behind. Hasan Boabbas from Kuwait is still in the mix with 35 points difference from Down Kim. In theory, the game is not over yet for British speedster Rui Merralls in current 4th. The Stock Class big final promises intense racing until the very end.
Alex Lukscheider and Matyas Novotny – just 8 points difference, this will be hot between these two speedsters aiming the title in the Stock R class.
In the Women Class, there is no doubt about the 2022 Champion as Aneta Šacherová secured her 5th title in the sport. The 2nd place in the Championship to be decided between two Czech riders – Aneta Sloukalova and a rookie in the class – Eliska Matouskova.
The Juniors expect Oliver Navara on top in competition of boys and and his sister Mariana Navarova in the girls category.
Electric Challenge will see battle between reigning World Champion Michal Skocek and Matej Kozisek – the current leader. Who will complete the top three in the championship – this question will be answered in one week time seeing Czech Michal Uhlár in current 3rd chased down by Alain Coppens from Belgium and Julien Raynaud from France.
Part of the electric section, Saturday and Sunday will see also a time race of e-Foil water crafts.