The second race of the Motosurf Worldcup season scheduled for next weekend at the legendary motorsport circuit Paul Ricard in France has been cancelled by the FIDSM.

Unfortunately, spectators and riders who were already excited about the promising racetrack designed on the lake, inside the paddock of this famous circuit, may have to wait till next year to enjoy this thrilling experience.

While fantastic weather conditions kicked off the 2016 MotoSurf Grand Prix Race Season in Cancun Mexico, with over 1500 spectators attending the event last month, it seems that a black cloud is hanging over the MWGP this week. A post on Facebook recently announced that unexpected logistical delays following the race in Cancun impact on the event feasibility in Le Castellet, near Marseille, France.

“The French race at Paul Ricard canceled due to delays of technical equipment and racing facilities from Mexico we have to announce that the Paul Ricard race is canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.”

MSN will keep you posted about the consequences resulting from this cancellation on results and upcoming MWGP races.

Up next the MotoSurf Grand Prix tour should head to Zlaté Piesky Slovakia on July 29th and 30th and MSN is looking forward to seeing you there.

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