MotoE 2022 - Mid-season numbers and statistics

MotoE 2022 - Mid-season numbers and statistics
The group of riders of the MotoE during the race at Mugello
The group of riders of the MotoE during the race at Mugello

MotoE 2022: numbers and statistics - The riders of the MotoE World Cup arrive at the Dutch GP next week after having already disputed six races in the three rounds that took place at Jerez, Le Mans and Mugello. Dominique Aegerter leads the standings ahead of Eric Granado and Matteo Ferrari.

MotoE 2022: numbers and statistics - The calendar of the MotoE currently has six rounds, after the cancellation of the Finnish GP. It is not yet clear whether it will be possible to recover the lost GP and return to the original seven rounds, therefore, for the moment, the championship of the MotoE 2022 counts six rounds and 12 races. Half of these have already been completed and have shown interesting numbers, here are some.

Dominique Aegerter with the MotoE  of the Dynavolt Intact GP team
Dominique Aegerter with the MotoE of the Dynavolt Intact GP team

After six races, the leader of the MotoE is Dominique Aegerter ahead of Eric Granado and Matteo Ferrari who overtook Mattia Casadei in the round at Mugello. The Swiss rider, with two wins, three second positions and a fourth place achieved so far, has collected 123 points, and has always been on the podium in at least one of the two races of each round. It is interesting to note that Aegerter, after six races, has more points than Jordi Torres scored in the total seven races that made up the calendar of the last two seasons in which the Spaniard has won the MotoE World Cup (100 points in 2021 and 114 points in 2020). Aegerter's points average in 2022 is 20.5 per race, while Torres's was 14.3 in 2021 and 16.3 in 2020.

Granado and Ferrari at the end of the Spanish GP of MotoE
Granado and Ferrari at the end of the Spanish GP of MotoE (photo: Michelin Motorsport)

In the standings behind Aegerter we find Eric Granado (94 points), Matteo Ferrari (93 points) and Mattia Casadei (74 points). All three have achieved 3 podiums so far and have won at least one race. Granado in particular has won both races of the Spanish GP in Jerez, the only rider so far to win both races of the same round. Miquel Pons closes the Top 5 of the mid-season standings with two podiums to his credit.

This is the progression of the riders in the Top 5 in the standings after six races.

With his last two victories at Le Mans and Mugello, Aegerter has brought his MotoE carrier total victories to four and the number of podiums in the category at 13. In terms of number of wins, Matteo Ferrari (six wins) and Eric Granado (seven wins) have done better than him at the moment, but both have participated in six more races than the Swiss. The Brazilian rider also holds the primacy of pole positions (six) ahead of Torres (three) and Aegerter (two) and that of race fastest laps (nine) ahead of Aegerter (four) and Niki Tuuli (three) who, however, by two seasons is no longer in MotoE.

An interesting number of the MotoE 2022 is the gap of the riders in the Top 10. The gap in the race between the top 10 classified has decreased over time since the inaugural season. In 2019, the average gap between the top ten was 12,1 seconds. The following year it was 9,1 seconds and in 2021 it dropped further to 8,6. Halfway through the championship, the 2022 figure is 5,2 seconds. The race with the minimum gap was Race 1 of the Italian GP 2022: 2,6 seconds between Dominique Aegerter, the winner, and Kevin Manfredi (10th).

MotoE Italian GP Mugello 2022
An photo of the race of the MotoE at Mugello

The last data we report are about the performance of the Energica Ego Corsa lightens by 15kg compared to last year. Speed ​​performance has improved on all circuits; the riders arrive at braking points on average faster than last year. The most evident data is that of the maximum speed.
In Jerez, a circuit where very high speeds are not reached, the maximum figure in 2022 was 235km/h, 5km/h higher than the 2021 value. With the slipstream, the highest speed recorded was 238km/h . The increase in top speed was also similar at Le Mans.
At Mugello the maximum speed reached by MotoE it was 265km/h (275km/h with slipstream), exceeding the maximum values ​​recorded in 2021 on the Barcelona circuit (260km/h without slipstream and 268km/h with slipstream).

MotoE World Cup 2022
The World Cup standings

Photo: motogp.com

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