The provisional 2021 calendar of the MotoE World Cup features seven races across six European circuits. Two new tracks for the MotoE: Barcelona and Assen. The Dutch track had already been included in the 2020 edition but was not then disputed due to the restrictions due to Covid.
The start of the third season of the MotoE is in Jerez on May 2nd. After two weeks, on May 16, it is scheduled the race in France at the Le Mans circuit. Two grands prix are held in June, the first in Barcelona on June 6 and the second in Assen on June 27. After a break of just over a month, the fifth round is at the Red Bull Ring, in Austria, on August 15th.
The final round of the championship is on September 18 and 19 with two races at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli.
On Friday there are two free practice sessions, on Saturday the third free session and qualifying in superpole style, while on Sunday the race is scheduled between the MotoGP warm-up and the Moto3 race. The last stage in Misano is an exception, where two races are held, one on Saturday and one on Sunday.
The first 2021 tests will be held on the Ángel Nieto circuit in Jerez de la Frontera (home of the first race of the season) from 2 to 4 March. The second will always be on the Andalusian track but in April, from 12 to 14.