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The Fim Enel MotoE World Championship is the electric championship part of MotoGP; an additional motorcycle category to the already established MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes. The competition kicked off for the first time in 2019, on 7 July, at the German GP.
2024 is the sixth season of MotoE and it is characterized by sixteen races on eight European circuits and by Ducati V21L, the electric prototype made in Borgo Panigale.

The 2024 season of the MotoE World Championship

After two pre-season tests, both in Portimao, the MotoE riders compete over eight rounds, with two races each. The first round is the Portugal Grand Prix, on 21 and 22 March, at the Autodromo do Algarve, the famous roller-coaster, on which the MotoE compete for the first time.
The other rounds of the 2024 MotoE World Championship are: France (Le Mans), Catalonia (Barcelona), Italy (Mugello), The Netherland (Assen), Germany (Sachsenring), Austria (Red Bull Ring) and San Marino (Misano). The dates are the same as the races of the other classes of the World Championship (MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3) and you can find them in the box below.
The race weekend schedule includes two free practice sessions on Friday and the qualifying session in Q1 and Q2 style, while the two races are both on Saturday.

The riders of the MotoE World Championship 2024

2024 riders and 18 teams are competing in the 9 MotoE World Championship. Among the riders who compete in the sixth season of MotoE, we find the reigning world champion, Mattia Casadei, who joined this year the LCR team, the winner of the 2020 and 2021 editions, Jordi Torres, and the winner of the 2019 edition, Matteo Ferrari (FELO Gresini MotoE Team). From the list of title holders of the MotoE, the winner of the 2022 season, Dominique Aegerter, is missing, since he is currently racing in the Superbike World Championship.
In addition to the three champions of the MotoE, among the most experienced riders, we find Eric Granado, vice-champion of 2022, confirmed in the LCR E-Team. Numerous riders who have already won at least one race in the MotoGP electric class are confirmed in the line-up of MotoE: Hector Garzò (Dynavolt Intact GP), Andrea Mantovani (Klint Forward Racing), Miquel Pons (Axxis-MSi), Nicholas Spinelli (Tech3 E-Racing) and Alessandro Zaccone (Tech3 E-Racing).

Mattia Casadei (#40), winner of the MotoE 2023, from this year with the LCR team
Mattia Casadei (#40), 2023 MotoE world champion, from this year with the LCR team (photo: MotoGP)

Among the riders confirmed for another year in MotoE, we find Maria Herrera (Klint Forward Racing), Alessio Finello (FELO Gresini MotoE Team), Kevin Zannoni (Openbank Aspar Team) and Kevin Manfredi (Ongetta Sic58 Squadra Corse). After a year in the Moto2 world championship, Lukas Tulovic returns to MotoE, where he had already raced in the 2020 and 2021 seasons, winning the 2021 Austrian GP. Among the rookies, we find Chaz Davies and Armando Pontone, both in the Aruba Cloud MotoE team, Massimo Roccoli (Ongetta Sic58 Squadra Corse) and Oscar Gutierrez (Axxis MSi).

The Ducati V21L for the 2024 World Championship

The bike available to the riders is the V21L by Ducati, the sole supplier of the MotoE, until 2026. The Ducati MotoE has a total weight of 225 kg and has maximum power and torque values ​​of 110 kW (150 HP) and 140 Nm (more than 1000 Nm at wheel) respectively. The maximum speed reached by the V21L was 282 km/h, during the 2023 Italian GP at Mugello. Thanks to the very high torque available at very low rpm, the MotoE can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2,5 seconds, like a MotoGP.
All major components of the electric powertrain are designed by Ducati, while the suspension and tires are supplied by Öhlins (via Andreani Group) and Michelin respectively. In particular, the latter has developed specific tires for MotoE, made with 50% recycled and eco-sustainable materials.
Enel X is the main sponsor of the championship in addition to being the supplier of the bikes' mobile charging systems and the solar panels installed in the MotoE mobile paddock, which can provide up to 30 per cent of the electricity used in each race weekend.
In each of the following sections you can find in-depth information on the main themes of the championship.

MotoE World Championship
The Races of 2024

MotoE World Championship
The 2024 Standings

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