I dont know...
But it is an interesting dilemma, bigger than most would think.
Because, many might start with a racefoil (sold by racers who change quite often so relatively cheap to buy).
Then some like to go fast and it is all dandy
But a lot of these see how freeriders have fun in other ways, and then they buy the bigger freeride wing that is offered (because of this demand)
What happens next is usually that they love the bigger wing, but find out the raceboard is not very good for freeride (big and bulky/thick and flat) - so they sell the complete hydrofoil and get a complete new one aimed for freeride.
Have seen this a handful of times here
The other way around, some buying a very low AR heavy and slow low priced hydrofoil, keep this, or upgrade to something even more dedicated for advanced freeride, or change to a racefoil. The latter hardly happens though (have never seen it here), as those who want to race go straight into racefoils from the start.
So the dilemma for the race brands is, that there is a huge market for freeride also.
Many will not pay top price like racefoils are even with a freeride wing, so that cuts some off...
Some will pay, but not when it is a compromise between a racefoil board and freeride/racefoil...
Reversed, most "allround" brands got a race wing - but most will only race on the very best gear so difficult to get much market share this way.
Thus kinda the reverse, freeride brands making racewings, opposed to racebrands making freeride wings - both have difficulties (with these only) but of course most often good to be able to deliver the full variety of options
Just some observations