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Energica to end MotoE involvement after 2022 season

Energica will end its role as the single manufacturer for the electric MotoE World Cup after the 2022 season. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP The company has been MotoE's only supplier since the new series was formed in 2019, literally undergoing a 'baptism of fire' when a major paddock blaze at a pre-season test destroyed machinery and delayed the opening season. Unfortunately for MotoE, despite the curiosity of the new class and attendance of some familiar riders, Google Trends data suggests the Jerez fire remains MotoE's biggest moment of interest to date. Nonetheless, in technical terms the 'Energica...
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