MotoE World Championship
The FIM Enel MotoE World Championship is the electric championship part of the 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 July 7, on the German GP. 2023 marks the start of an exciting new era, with a calendar featuring more races, and welcomes the new sole manufacturer to the championship: Ducati.
After two pre-season tests, one in Jerez and the other in Barcelona, the riders of MotoE compete in 16 races on 8 European circuits. The first round is the French Grand Prix at the iconic Le Mans circuit in May, while the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli hosts the season finale in September.
The dates of MotoE World Championship are the same in which the races of the other classes of the World Championship are held (MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3); here is the calendar of the 2023 MotoE championship.
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.
2023 riders belonging to 18 teams compete in the MotoE World Championship 9; here the composition of the 2023 teams.
The riders of the MotoE World Championship 2023
Among the riders who compete in the fifth season of the MotoE we find the winner of the 2020 and 2021 editions, Jordi Torres, who moved this year to the Openbank Aspar Team, and the winner of the 2019 edition, Matteo Ferrari (FELO Gresini MotoE Team). However, it is not at the start of the MotoE 2023 Dominique Aegerter (Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE), the winner of the last edition of the MotoE, moved to the Superbike World Championship.
Among the most experienced riders we find Eric Granado, runner-up in 2022, confirmed in the LCR E-Team together with Miquel Pons, and Mattia Casadei, with Sito Pons team colors also in 2023. Confirmed on the grid of the MotoE: Maria Herrera (Openbank Aspar Team), Hikari Okubo (moved from the Avant Ajo MotoE team to Tech3 E-Racing), Hector Garzò (moved from Tech3 E-Racing to Dynavolt Intact GP), Alessio Finello (FELO Gresini MotoE Team) and Kevin Zannoni (Sic58 Squadra Corse). The latter, in 2023, has Kevin Manfredi as a teammate. Back in MotoE after a year in the Moto2 World Championship is Alessandro Zaccone, an Italian rider with already two active seasons in MotoE, in the latter of which he came close to winning the title; in 2023 he races for the Tech3 E-Racing team.
Among the rookies we find Tito Rabat, Luca Salvadori, both riders of the Octo Pramac team, Nicholas Spinelli (Pons Racing 40) and Randy Krummenacher (Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE). Finally, the RNF MotoE team lines up Andrea Mantovani and Mika Perez.
The bike available to the riders is the new V21L produced by Ducati (this is the technical sheet), the new sole supplier of the MotoE for the next four years until 2026. Ducati takes over Energica Motor Company, the Italian company that supplied motorcycles to the champioship from 2019 to 2022.
Enel X is the main sponsor of the championship and supplier of the motorcycle mobile charging system. In addition to Enel X, the other partners of MotoE World Championships are DHL, and Michelin .
In each of the following sections you can find in-depth information on the main themes of the championship.
The Races of 2023
The 2023 Standings
The Results of 2023
Numbers and Data
The 2023 Calendar
The Riders of 2023
The Teams of 2023
The Test on 2023
The Technical Sheet
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