The FIM Enel MotoE World Cup

The FIM Enel MotoE World Cup

Welcome to our section dedicated to MotoE, the world’s most electrifying motorcycle racing competition.

All the news about the MotoE Championship   

The first all-electric motorcycle championship is poised for its maiden season. Enel X is supplying all the charging infrastructure and new-generation solar panels to provide renewable energy to the e-Paddock. With one aim: to make this competition the world’s most advanced zero-emissions electric mobility event.   

MotoE E-Prix

Blistering speeds and some of the most famous and breath-taking corners in the world are the perfect recipe for an exhilarating race. The Sachsenring delivers on both, making it the ideal circuit for the MotoE World Championship’s maiden round. 

Spielberg - Austria

There is just one undisputed home of speed in Austria: Spielberg bei Knittelfeld, a small city in Styria.  There, the legendary Österreichring offers perfect conditions for the MotoE grand prix on a 4.3-kilometre circuit of endless straights and heart-stopping corners.
The formidable Dr. Tiroch corner awaits a driver fit to dominate it.   

Spielberg - Austria

The Misano World Circuit has long been place of pilgrimage for Italian motorcycle racing fans and now it’s poised to welcome the zero-emissions power of MotoE.  Located just a stone’s throw from the sea with the rolling hills of Romagna at its back, its setting is unparalleled. Misano’s notoriously tricky corners, which include the infamous Tramonto, the Quercia and the Brutapela, add the final touch of magic.  

This historic Spanish city has always stayed apace with the times when it comes to motorsports. Now Valencia is preparing to open its doors to MotoE for the final European round of the world championship. Expect exhilarating cornering, overtaking moves and and breakaways – all strictly zero-emissions, of course! 

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