The FIM Enel MotoETM World Championship
The FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup held in 2022 was the fourth ever season of the electric series racing alongside MotoGP™ at six Grands Prix. With this year’s Cup delivering consistently exciting racing, as well as a thrilling rivalry that went all the way to the final event, MotoE™ has proved that speed, sustainability, and excitement can run in perfect harmony.
The series continues to move forward becoming the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Championship in 2023. This new chapter sees Ducati, the most successful factory in MotoGP™ in 2022, become the single manufacture providing prototypes in the electric class.
The number of rounds has increased, becoming 16 races in a season. Many of them will be consecutive thanks to the high level of technologies provided by the Italian manufacture and the main sponsor Enel.
Year after year the electric category has been moving forward as this season showed, introducing a way towards sustainability thanks to the commitment of its partners also increasing the show. In fact, in 2022, the MotoE™ joined the FIM MotoGP™ World Championship classes in a Q1-Q2 qualifying format. This qualifying format is made possible by new chargers brought by MotoE™ title sponsor Enel. These new Juice Pump 60 Race Edition units provided by Enel X Way fitted in a case on wheels, are fast charging and agile. Able to supply 60 kW of power, the Juice Pump 60 Race Edition units allow the machines moving through from Q1 to partially recharge and take back to the track in Q2 soon after. Tyre supplier Michelin has also gone a step further and has managed to create tyres with regenerated materials without losing any performance. Energica, the sole supplier of the bikes from 2019 to 2022, continued to raise awareness of electric mobility, as well as BMW M, which brought a new and electric Safety Car, DHL is still entrust of the logistics, Dell’Orto continues to provide the Data Acquisition System and since 2021 Vmoto Socco is the electric scooter supplier.
Having a look back at the last season, the grid had 18 riders racing for 11 teams, with MotoGP™ Independent Teams and some teams from Moto2™ and Moto3™ represented; seven different nationalities lined up for the series’ fourth season, including Japan and Brazil. Six tracks hosted a series of fast and ferocious battles in 2022: Jerez, Le Mans, Mugello, Assen, Red Bull Ring and Misano, with each one holding two races. Arriving at the last round with the World Cup Winner to be decided, Dominique Aegerter eventually emerged as the Champion.
In 2023, more action, more tracks, and a greater show are guaranteed.
Rooted in cutting edge technology, MotoETM is a new category and a parallel path of close competition
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MotoE™ becomes the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Championship from 2023 as the series expands to an eight-round, 16-race competition and officially gains World Championship status. More