Starting this year, the MotoE will be launching a racing series exclusively equipped with electric motorcycles. The organizers have now announced that the intended for the new motorsport event bikes type Energica Ego Corsa are burned.
The teams and vehicles for the MotoE are currently undergoing pre-season testing on the grounds of the Circuito de Jerez motorsport circuit in southern Spain. In the local paddock there was still unexplained cause on 14 March at midnight to a fire, the total of 18 MotoE-Stromer fell victim.
18 Electric Motorcycles For MotoE Go Up In Flameshttps: //t.co/HlSk1GYxj8 pic.twitter.com/ioTC2ZLbYj
– InsideEVs (@InsideEVs) March 14, 2019
"Fortunately nobody was hurt. In the next few hours we will update you on the exact cause of the fire and the subsequent changes in the calendar, "said the organizers of the MotoE.
The electric motorcycle competition is initially scheduled for three years and will be held as the "FIM Enel MotoE World Cup". For the first season, five appointments with ten laps per race are planned. The MotoE races are to be placed between the warm-up of the MotoGP and the Moto3 race, the electric class thus forms the opening race.
In the MotoE races, seven private teams, each with two motorcycles, compete against each other. Four more electric two-wheelers will be made available to existing teams of MotoGP Moto2 and Moto3 if they are interested. The final data of the motorcycles have not yet been published, give a first look the manufacturer's information for the Energica Ego Corsa.
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