Like the other three Motorcycle Grand Prix classes, a MotoE competition weekend includes two practice sessions on Friday, an E-pole position on Saturday and the race on Sunday. To qualify, riders’ times must be 107% or less of the time recorded by the fastest finisher. The combined standings for these sessions make it possible to determine the E-pole positions. Once their positions have been determined, the riders set off directly from the starting grid, without any warm-up lap.
During this unusual year linked to the global health context, the 2020 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup took place with five races across three different circuits: Jerez in Spain, Misano in Italy and Le Mans in France. Due to the battery life, each race lasts 15 minutes.
Energica Motor Company, the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup’s exclusive supplier, has developed the Energica Ego Corsa. Known for its power, reduced weight and handling, this model is supplied to all the participants. Alongside this, Michelin is the exclusive tire supplier. Differences are only permitted for a few chassis components.
- Synchronous oil-cooled engine with permanent magnets
- Lithium-ion battery
- Recharge: DC Mode 4 fast charge
- Power: 147hp - 110kW
- Weight: 262kg
- Top speed: 260kmph – 160mph
Number of entries
- 18 riders across 12 teams.
- They include some independent teams from MotoGP, as well as some Moto2 and Moto3 teams.
- 10 nationalities were represented for the launch season: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, England, Finland, France, Italy, Spain and Switzerland.
- Nico Terol
- Eric Granado (CEV Moto2 European Champion)
- Jordi Torres (2020 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup)
- Matteo Ferrari (2019 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup)
- Dominique Aegerter
- Mike Di Meglio
- Bradley Smith