Fim Enel Motoe™ World Cup: The Class Of 2020 Head For JerezCompetition may be on pause for the moment, but there is also plenty to look forward to in the next season of the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup. A number of exciting additions can now be announced as MotoE™ continues to push boundaries, with the competition sure to get even closer once we’re back on track.

The first MotoE™ test of the season took place last month at Jerez, and laptimes were already noteworthy. A second and a half quicker than in 2019, the difference is created by some impressive steps forward, including:

– Increased torque from the Energica Ego Corsa
– New Michelin® tyres, including a rear tyre enhanced thanks to previous experience in MotoGP
– Improved front fork setup

2019 was an impressive first season for the Cup, but innovation remains a constant charge forward. MotoE™ can now count on:

– New bike chargers provided by Enel X, set to be introduced at the next event
– Race distances increased by one lap, as bikes can now be charged on the grid after the sighting lap
– New battery cooling system allowing riders to enjoy full power for longer sessions, more often

The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has resulted in a number of changes to the calendar but as previously stated, racing is Dorna Sports’ top priority in 2020. That certainly includes the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup, as we reaffirm our commitment to the FIM, IRTA and World Cup partners.

The calendar will run in parallel to that of MotoGP™, with the principal aim of seeing the Cup compete at a number of Grands Prix in Europe.

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