The MotoSurf World Cup tour continued in Asia. Two races in 8 days together with extremely hot weather made it difficult for both racers and their JetSurf boards.
Despite of hard conditions, the JetSurf USA team racers finished with great results in both of the asian countries. Especially Korea was real blast for them.
MotoSurf World Cup - Lishui, China 2018
Third stop of the MotoSurf WorldCup in China, kicked off the Asian double header. The race venue surrounded by mountains and beautiful Chinese Pagoda made the race an unforgettable experience for everybody. Super hot conditions were a real test for both – riders and their machines.
Have a quick look at the video report from the race in Lishui, China.
MotoSurf World Cup - Busan, Korea 2018
Busan, South Korea hosted the first and only MotoSurf WorldCup race on the sea. Beautiful Song Jong Marina created a fantastic racing venue for the fastest motorized surfers in world. Race held on the sea put something special into the racing action. Wind, waves and physically demanding conditions made the way for WorldCup points very difficult between riders from 12 countries all around the world.
Wondering how the JetSurf USA team racers finished? Watch the video!
Results of the JetSurf USA racers
Four racers from the US did a great job on race tracks in China and Korea.
Eric Bailey finished his race in China on 9th place and Dana Lundquist scored amazing 11th place in the finals among the men's category. Anjulie Bailey scored 8th place among the women's category in China.
The race in Korea was even more successful for the US colors. All three US racers in the men's category got into top 10 in the finals.
Anjulie Bailey in the women's category had difficult conditions. An injury from the previous race in China did not let her to go full throttle all the time but she still scored beautiful 9th place among women.
Are you wondering what types of boards the racers have? Most of the male racers ride the JetSurf Race boards or JetSurf Race Titanium boards. These boards are simply designed for winners. Female racers are only allowed to use Factory GP or Race boards.