MotoE World Cup
The Fim Enel MotoE World Cup is the new electric class of the MotoGP Championship; an additional motorcycle category compared to the already established MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes. The competition kicked off for the first time in 2019, on July 7, at the German GP. This year, the pilots of the MotoE compete in 14 races on 7 European circuits. The first stage is on the Jerez de la Frontera track from 29 April to 1 May, while the conclusion of the MotoE 2022 will be in Italy, in Misano, from 3 to 5 September, for the San Marino GP. The dates of the MotoE World Cup are the same in which the races of the other classes of the world championship take place (MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3). (Here the MotoE 2022 calendar )
Compared to previous years, the race weekend schedule has changed; from this year, two free practice sessions and qualifying in Q1 and Q2 style will take place on Friday, race 1 on Saturday afternoon and race 2 on Sunday after the MotoGP race.
11 teams are registered for the competition for a total of 18 drivers. The teams are only the same ones that also compete in the other classes of the world championship.
The pilots of the 2022 season
Among the riders who compete in the fourth season of the MotoE World Cup we find the winner of the last two editions, Jordi Torres (Pons Racing 40). The winner of the 2019 edition as well as runner-up in 2020 and third in 2021, Matteo Ferrari (FELO Gresini MotoE) will also be present, as well as last year's second overall Dominique Aegerter (Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE).
There are some interesting movements to be observed among the experienced rider, such as Eric Granado, who passes from the One Energy Racing team to the LCR E-Team and Mattia Casadei who leaves the Sic58 team to join Torres in the Sito Pons team. Confirmed in the grid of the MotoE: Maria Herrera (Openbank Aspar Team), Hikari Okubo (Avant Ajo MotoE), Miquel Pons (LCR E-Team), Kevin Zannoni (Sic58 Squadra Corse) and Xavier Cardelus (Avintia Esponsorama Racing).
Among the rookies we find Xavi Fores and Kevin Manfredi, both Octo Pramac team riders, Alex Escrig (Tech3 E-Racing), Marc Alcoba (Openbank Aspar Team) and Alessio Finello (FELO Gresini MotoE).
Three riders who took part in some of the previous editions are back in MotoE: Bradley Smith and Niccolò Canepa for the WithU GRT RNF team and Héctor Garzò (Tech3 E-Racing).
The motorbike available to the riders is the Ego Corsa (this is the technical sheet), produced by Energica Motor Company, an Italian company that has been selected as the sole supplier for four years, until the end of 2022. From 2023 and for another four years, the sole supplier of MotoE World Cup will be Ducati (here the prototype of the MotoE Ducati).
Enel X is the main sponsor of the championship and supplier of mobile charging systems for motorcycles. In addition to Enel X, the other partners of MotoE World Cup are DHL, Michelin and Allianz. You can discover the other technical partners here.
In each of the following sections you can find in-depth information on the main themes of the championship.
The Races 2022
The 2022 Ranking
The Results of 2022
Numbers and Data
The 2022 Calendar
The Teams 2022
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