Home Italian GP All numbers of MotoE on the eve of the Italian GP

All numbers of MotoE on the eve of the Italian GP

The first race of the MotoE 2023 in Le Mans
The first race of the MotoE 2023 at Le Mans (photo: MotoGP)

All the numbers to know before the Italian GP of MotoE on the Mugello International Circuit.

This weekend, on the fantastic Italian circuit of Mugello, it will take place the second round of the 2023 season of the MotoE World Championship. Here are all the MotoE numbers on the eve of the Italian GP.
This is the second time that the Mugello International Circuit hosts the MotoE and the first time that the FIM Enel MotoE World Championship arrives at this venue with its new world championship status and its new supplier: Ducati.

The records of the Mugello circuit

Last year Dominique Aegerter won Race 1 ahead of Matteo Ferrari and Eric Granado. Ferrari then won Race 2 ahead of Aegerter and Miquel Pons. That was the sixth win in MotoE for Ferrari from 2019, and the first on a circuit other than Misano. On the occasion, Aegerter also achieved pole position and fastest lap in both races.

Fastest race lap1:58.939Dominique AEGERTER (2022)
All time lap record1:58.939Dominique AEGERTER (2022)
Pole position 20221:59.205Dominique AEGERTER
Race 1 – duration 2022 (5 laps)10:10.913Dominique AEGERTER
Race 2 – duration 2022 (6 laps)12:04.368Matteo FERRARI

The statistics of the MotoE

In 2023, Jordi Torres and Hector Garzò both took podium finishes in the first round at Le Mans. Four riders have finished on the podium this year: Torres (2), Garzo (2), Ferrari (1) and Randy Krummenacher (1). One rider achieved the "hat trick" (win, pole, fastest lap) in the same round in 2023: Matteo Ferrari.
Ferrari thus obtained his first victory outside Italy (the previous ones had been one at Mugello and six at Misano). At Le Mans, Torres returned to the top step of the podium, giving Team Openbank Aspar their first win and first ever podium in MotoE. Torres was not winning in MotoE from Race 1 of the 2021 San Marino GP.

VictoriesPole PositionsFastest Laps
Matteo FERRARI8Dominique AEGERTER (*)4Matteo FERRARI6
Dominique AEGERTER (*)5Jordi TORRES3Dominique AEGERTER (*)4
Jordi TORRES3Matteo FERRARI2Niki TUULI (*)3
Niki TUULI (*)2Miquel PONS1Mattia CASADEI1
Alessandro ZACCONE   1Fermin ALDEGUER (*)1Jordi TORRES1
Miquel PONS                  1Niki TUULI (*)1Kevin ZANNONI1
Lukas TULOVIC (*)1Alex DE ANGELIS (*)1Miquel PONS1
Alex DE ANGELIS (*)1
Mike DI MEGLIO (*)1
(*) Riders not participating in the MotoE 2023

Four riders have participated in all seasons of the MotoE: Matteo Ferrari (34 starts), Eric Granado (32), Mattia Casadei (33) and Maria Herrera (34). In 2023, seven new riders participate in the MotoGP electric class, five of whom are rookies: Tito Rabat, Luca Salvadori, Mika Perez, Nicholas Spinelli and Randy Krummenacher. The others have already participated in MotoE in the past: Alessandro Zaccone (2020-2021) and Andrea Mantovani (2021 and two races in 2022 to replace the injured Bradley Smith).
Granado and Ferrari are the only riders to have achieved a double victory in the same round. The Brazilian did it in the Spanish and Austrian GPs in 2022 and in Valencia in 2019, while the Italian in the San Marino GP in 2019.

Eric Granado is the most victorious driver in MotoE with 10 wins
Eric Granado is the most victorious rider in MotoE with 10 victories (photo: LCR)

The LCR E-Team is the only team that has achieved a one-two: in Race 2 in both the Spanish GP and the Austrian GP in 2022. The Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE team has the most podium finishes (21), followed by the LCR E-Team (15), Pons Racing 40 (15) and Felo Gresini MotoE (14).
The riders who achieved a “hat trick” (win, pole, fastest lap) in the same round were: Eric Granado (2019 Valencia GP, 2020 Spanish GP, 2021 Dutch GP, 2022 Austrian GP), Matteo Ferrari (2023 FrenchGP) , Mattia Casadei (2022 French GP), Dominique Aegerter (2022 Italian GP), Niki Tuuli (2019 German GP) and Mike Di Meglio (2019 Austrian GP).

The performance of the MotoE 2023

In the first round, in France, Ferrari beat the previous lap record by more than three seconds. It is remarkable that in both races at Le Mans, all participants were faster than the previous lap record of the MotoE.
In the first pre-season test, Granado was fastest and broke the official MotoE lap record by half a second in Jerez. In the second test, Granado was fastest again and lowered the official MotoE lap record by three seconds in Barcelona.
Here is some information on the Ducati V21L: the acceleration data were recorded during a start while the braking data are those recorded at the end of the main straight in Barcelona (turn 1).

To be updated on the MotoE World Championship, subscribe to Epaddock's Whatsapp broadcast and receive all our news for free on your mobile phone in real time: find out how here.