The first race of the MotoE World Cup was scheduled for May, on the Spanish Jerez track, but the fire that destroyed the paddock and all the bikes last March caused a shift in the calendar to allow the bikes and all the destroyed equipment to be rebuilt. The races of the 2019 world championship therefore started on 7 July on the German track of Sachsenring and then ended on 17 November in Valencia. The championship consists of 6 races, all on European circuits (link): Sachsenring, Red Bull Ring, Misano and Valencia. On these last two circuits, two races are held, one on Saturday and one on Sunday. The dates are the same as for other races in the championship (MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3). On Friday two free practice sessions are held, on Saturday the superpole style qualification, while on Sunday the race is scheduled between the MotoGP warm-up and the Moto3 race.
The pre-season tests took place in Jerez in November and March but the latter were interrupted afterwards the fire of the Paddock. The last test session took place in June, from the 17 to the 19, on the Valencia track. A race simulation was also held on the last day. Here the report (link).