MotoE – new details about the electric class within MotoGP

Quelle: Energica

As reported, in addition to Moto2, Moto3 and MotoGP starting in 2019, the MotoE, a class with electric motorcycles, will start at the motor racing world championship weekend. Meanwhile, there are a few more details:

Previous information about the electric class within the MotoGP

  • Start of the class is 2019
  • So far 11 teams confirmed
  • MotoGP racing teams send two pilots each (who is still open)
  • Moto2 or Moto3 racing teams send one pilot at a time (who is still open)
  • Friday scheduled two 30-minute workouts
  • Saturday qualifying – the “e-poles”
  • Sunday’s races after the warm-ups of Moto2, Moto3 and MotoGP
  • First test in late November in Jerez
  • Michelin standard tires in just one mix
  • Four front and five rear tires per weekend and driver
  • Three or four rain tires

Previous confirmed teams starting in the MotoE:

  • Tech3 with 2 drivers
  • LCR with 2 drivers
  • Marc VDS with 2 drivers
  • Pramamc with 2 drivers
  • Angel Nieto with 2 drivers
  • Avintia with 2 drivers
  • Gresini with 2 drivers
  • Pons with 1 driver
  • Dynavolt Intact with 1 driver
  • SIC58 with 1 driver
  • Ajo with 1 driver
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Quelle: Energica
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