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The circuits of MotoE

The circuits of MotoE

Il MotoE World Championship 2024 will be held on 8 European circuits: Portimao, Le Mans, Barcelona, ​​Mugello, Assen, Sachsenring, Spielberg and Misano.
On some of these competitions have already taken place MotoE in previous seasons while the Portimao circuit is new for 2024. Jerez, Silverston and Valencia are circuits on which races of the MotoE in previous seasons but which are not included in the current calendar.
Below is information on the circuits of the MotoE world championship 2024.


Le Mans circuit

Le Mans circuit
Le Mans (France)
Length 4185 m
Width 13 m
Left corners 5
Right corners 9
Longest straight 674 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 8
Race distance 33,5 km
First race of the MotoE: 10 October 2020
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 1:40,971 (Matthew Ferrari)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1'40.101 (Matteo Ferrari 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1'40.101 (Matteo Ferrari 2023)
Website: www.lemans.org/en
Here the performance of the MotoE on the Le Mans circuit


Barcelona Circuit

Barcelona Circuit
Barcelona (Spain)
Length 4657 m
Width 12 m
Left corners 6
Right corners 8
Longest straight 1047 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 7
Race distance 32.6 km
First race of the MotoE: 6 June 2021
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 1: 48,731 (Jordi Torres)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1:48,377 (Jordi Torres 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1:48,377 (Jordi Torres 2023)
Website: www.circuitcat.com
Here the performance of the MotoE on the Barcelona circuit


Mugello circuit

Mugello circuit
Mugello (Italy)
Length 5245 m
Width 14 m
Left corners 6
Right corners 9
Longest straight 1141 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 7
Race distance 36,7 km
First race of the MotoE: May 28, 2022
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 1:55,752 (Matthew Ferrari)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1:55,727 (Matteo Ferrari 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1:55,727 (Matteo Ferrari 2023)
Website: https://mugellocircuit.com/it/


TT Assen circuit

TT Assen circuit
Assen (Netherlands)
Length 4542 m
Width 14 m
Left corners 6
Right corners 12
Longest straight 487 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 8
Race distance 36.3 km
First race of the MotoE: 27 June 2021
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 1: 40,743 (Jordi Torres)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1:40,281 (Jordi Torres 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1:40,281 (Jordi Torres 2023)
Website: https://www.ttcircuit.com/
Here the performance of the MotoE on the Assen circuit


Sachsenring circuit

Sachsenring circuit
Sachsenring (Germany)
Length 3670 m
Width 12 m
Left corners 10
Right corners 3
Longest straight 700 m
Direction counterclockwise
Number of laps 10
Race distance 36,7 km
First race of the MotoE: July 7th, 2019
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 1: 34,601 (Jordi Torres)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1:27,545 (Randy Krummenacher 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1:27,205 (Matteo Ferrari 2023)
Website:


Red Bull Ring Circuit

Red Bull Ring Circuit
Spielberg (Austria)
Length 4318 m
Width 13 m
Left corners 4
Right corners 8
Longest straight 626 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 7
Race distance 30.4 km
First race of the MotoE: August 11th, 2019
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 1:38,567 (Kevin Zannoni)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1:38,742 (Mattia Casadei 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1:38,567 (Kevin Zannoni 2023)
Website: https://www.projekt-spielberg.com/en
Here the performance of the MotoE at the Red Bull Ring


Misano circuit - Marco Simoncelli

Misano Circuit - Marco Simoncelli
Misano Adriatico (Italy)
Length 4226 m
Width 14 m
Left corners 6
Right corners 10
Longest straight 510 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 8
Race distance 33.8 km
First race of the MotoE: 14 September 2019
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 1:40,731 (Mattia Casadei)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1:40,593 (Hector Garzò 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1:40,593 (Hector Garzò 2023)
Website: www.misanocircuit.com
Here the performance of the MotoE on the Misano circuit - Marco Simoncelli


Circuito do Algarve - Portimao

Autodromo Internacional do Algarve
Portimao (Portugal)
Length 4590 m
Width 18 m
Left corners 6
Right corners 9
Longest straight 970 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps -
Race distance -
First race of the MotoE: -
Pole Position 2024 (MotoE) -
Fastest race lap (MotoE) -
Faster ride (MotoE) -
Website: www.autodromodoalgarve.com


Here the information relating to the circuits of the previous editions of the MotoE.

Silverstone circuit

Silverstone circuit
Silverstone (UK)
Length 5900 m
Width 15 m
Left corners 8
Right corners 10
Longest straight 770 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 6
Race distance 35.4 km
First race of the MotoE: August 5 2023
Pole Position 2023 (MotoE) 2: 10,912 (Eric Granado)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 2:19,327 (Mattia Casadei 2023)
Faster ride (MotoE) 2:10,884 (Mattia Casadei 2023)
Website: www.silverstone.co.uk


Circuito de Jerez - Angel Nieto

Circuit of Jerez - Ángel Nieto
Jerez de la Frontera (Spain)
Length 4423 m
Width 11 m
Left corners 5
Right corners 8
Longest straight 607 m
Direction clockwise
Number of laps 8
Race distance 35.4 km
First race of the MotoE: July 19th, 2020
Pole Position 2022 (MotoE) 1:48,372 (Miquel Pons)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1:47,473 (Eric Granado 2021)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1:47,473 (Eric Granado 2021)
Website: www.circuitodejerez.com
Here the performance of the MotoE on the Jerez - Ángel Nieto circuit


Ricardo Tormo Circuit

Ricardo Tormo Circuit
Valencia (Spain)
Length 4005 m
Width 12 m
Left corners 9
Right corners 5
Longest straight 876 m
Direction counterclockwise
Number of laps 9
Race distance 36.0 km
First race of the MotoE: 16th November 2019
Pole Position 2019 (MotoE) 1: 40,615 (Eric Granado)
Fastest race lap (MotoE) 1: 40,012 (Héctor Garzò 2019)
Faster ride (MotoE) 1: 40,012 (Héctor Garzò 2019)
Website: www.circuitricardotormo.com
Here the performance of the MotoE on the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia


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