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The performance of the MotoE at Mugello, where the Italian GP takes place

La MotoE on the track at Mugello
La MotoE on the track at Mugello (Photo: MotoGP)

The performance of the MotoE at Mugello, where the Italian GP, ​​fourth round of the MotoE 2024. Thanks to the telemetry of Ducati V21L, we offer you the performance of MotoE along the entire Italian circuit.

The Mugello circuit extends over a length of 5245 m with six left-hand corners, nine right-hand corners and a final straight of 1141 metres. There MotoE took to this track for the first time in 2022. Thanks to the telemetry shared by Ducati, we can show you the performance of the MotoE on this route. On this page you can also find infographics of the track with speed and lean angle curve after curve.
The average lap record speed for the class MotoE at Mugello it was 163.1 km/h while the maximum speed reached was 282.0 km/h. On the Italian circuit, the electric class of MotoGP is with the accelerator wide open 41.9% of the time while the engine braking is used 28.2% of the time. As for the brakes, the front is used 23.2% of the time. Regenerative braking of MotoE allow 10% of the energy used at Mugello to be recovered.

Here you will find the link to the official website of the Mugello circuit: https://mugellocircuit.com/it/

Infographic with the performance of the MotoE at Mugello - Data provided by Ducati, processing performed by Epaddock
Infographic with the performance of the MotoE at Mugello – Data provided by Ducati, processing performed by Epaddock.

This is the third time that the Mugello International Circuit has hosted the MotoE. The first time was in 2022, when Dominique Aegerter took first place in Race 1, taking his second victory in the season in which he won the title MotoE. Last year, Andrea Mantovani won Race 1 ahead of Matteo Ferrari and Mattia Casadei. It was Mantovani's first victory in MotoE. Eric Granado won Race 2 ahead of Kevin Manfredi and Matteo Ferrari.

VictoriesPole PositionsFastest Laps
Eric GRANADO1Matteo FERRARI1 Dominique AEGERTER (*)2
Matteo FERRARI1 Dominique AEGERTER (*)1Matteo FERRARI1
Andrea MANTOVANI1Eric GRANADO1
Dominique AEGERTER (*)1
(*) Riders not participating in the MotoE 2023
Infographic with the performance of the MotoE at Mugello - Data provided by Ducati, processing performed by Epaddock
Infographic with the performance of the MotoE at Mugello – Data provided by Ducati, processing performed by Epaddock.

The characteristics of the Mugello Circuit
Location 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: www.circuitcat.com

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The standings of the MotoE 2024



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