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The MotoE World Cup electric MotoGP support series has been officially launched

The MotoE World Cup has been officially unveiled at a launch event in Rome, with the first details of the series confirmed. The all-electric support series has been mooted by MotoGP owners Dorna Sports for some time, with Italian manufacturer Energica announced towards the end of last year as the sole machine supplier for the series. Set for 2019, the MotoE World Cup is set to feature 18 riders backed by the seven satellite teams competing in MotoGP, as well as a team from Moto2 and Moto3. Enel will be the series' official energy partner. “The FIM has been regarding all this new technology many years ago,” began Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta. “We were speaking maybe six,...
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