MotoSkate European Cup’s indoor action marks history of electric skating
MotoSkate European Cup opened its indoors season in E-Motion Park, Ostrava, Czech Republic. Wonderful e-activities facility offering electric go-karts, e-gaming zone and e-mobility shops welcomed motoskate racing & racers from all over Europe for the first time.
The race scheduled competition for Open Class boards, Stock for machinery equality and Women amazing brave women competed in a separate category. More than 25 riders joined the action and presented absolutely unforgettable afternoon full of breathtaking moments.
In the Open Class, we could see the current European MotoSkate top guns David Pilny & Jan Skorepa from the Czech Republic as well as Brazilian living in Italy Leonardo Cavada. This time, another Czech speedster Lukas Hladik joined the business in the top club. Eventually, Jan Skorepa and David Pilny held the main battle until the end of the day. Eventually, David took the advantage and premiere indoors victory. Jan and Lukas finished second and third respectively. Leo Cavada showed amazing speed, many outstanding overtaking maneouvres and fearless battles. Unfortunatelly, mechanical issue cost him a chance to fight for podium. Open Class was unbelievable matching the fastest laptimes with the fastest go-karts which is a clear signal about the power potential of this discipline.
Stock Class saw many MotoSurf WorldCup athletes coming to motoskate for balance and physical fitness including WorldCup Stock Class winner Marek Škamla from Slovakia, 4 Times Champion Lukas Zahorsky or reigning rookies class star Alex Lukscheider, podium contender Lukas Kozon and many more. Anybody could win in really intense battle. Matej Pokorny was defending his last year glory from Brno outdoors race. Successfully recovered likeable youngster fought hard to be back. Eventually, another MotoSurf rising star Denis Burda controlled the race and grabbed his premiere victory. Lukas Kozon finished second and Matej Pokorny completed the podium squad. Marek Skamla was close but 4th could be the maximum even after strong finals. Former minimoto racer Radek Sokol proved his ability to ride fast and sent a clear message he is the one count for the future races finishing 5th.
Women category – great highlight and exhibition of smoothness of the Saturday programe. Five brave girls didn’t hesitate to challenge the 400m and 8m wide go-karting race course of E-Motion Arena. Lucie Rapalova was the smoothes and fastest throughout the whole programe and remained undefeated until the end. Her compatriot Nela Vesela finished 2nd in front of Natalie Kachlikova who scored another MotoSkate podium.