The FIM Enel MotoETM World Cup
The FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup held in 2021 was the third ever season of the new category, with the electric series racing alongside MotoGP™ at six Grands Prix. With this year’s World Cup delivering consistently exciting racing, as well as a thrilling title fight that went all the way to the final lap of the final race, MotoE™ has proved that speed, sustainability and excitement can run in perfect harmony.
The 2021 grid not only comprised 18 riders racing for 12 teams, with MotoGP™ Independent Teams and some teams from Moto2™ and Moto3™ represented; eleven different nationalities lined up for the series’ third season,
including Japan and Brazil. Six tracks hosted a series of fast and ferocious battles this year: Jerez, Le Mans, Catalunya, Assen, Red Bull Ring and Misano, the last of which held the final two races, which saw Jordi Torres clinch the title for a second year in succession in dramatic circumstances.
Year after year the electric category is moving forward, showing new ways towards sustainability thanks to the commitment of its partners. This year one of the main novelties were the new Enel X chargers, powered by solar energy and with the possibility of charging the bikes on the grid, something that had not been seen before. 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 ™of the bikes, continues to raise awareness of electric mobility, as well as BMW M, who brought a new and electric safety car. Logistics and insurance are provided by DHL and Allianz respectively, and Dell’Orto continues to provide the Data Acquisition System. The newcomer joining MotoE this year was Vmoto Socco, the company that has become the new scooter supplier for MotoE. And the series continues to move forward.
2022 will see the class expanding in new ways, with a total of 14 MotoE™ races to be held over the season. More action, more tracks and more technology is guaranteed.
Rooted in cutting edge technology, MotoETM is a new category and a parallel path of close competition
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MotoE™ races at four Grands Prix on the MotoGPTM calendar, with two double-header weekends: Misano and the season finale in Valencia. More