Energica Motor Company, the worldwide leader in high-performing, all-electric motorcycles, is working hard to prepare for the brand’s last season as the single manufacturer of the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup.
2022 will mark the last chapter of a four-year journey that has been full of excitement and adrenaline around some of the most iconic circuits in the world. But it has also been one of unexpected challenges and adversities, which the Modena-based company was able to overcome in style and against all odds, as the series quickly became a must-watch in the global spectacle of the MotoGP World Championship.
Energica’s contribution to the all-electric class of MotoGP was undoubtedly an invaluable one, with their Energica Ego Corsa machines that have proved to be fast, extremely reliable, and very much appreciated by the many riders who have taken part in the series and those who will continue to do so next season. The work done both at the track and at the company headquarters – which is unprecedented especially considering the timeframe available prior to the inception of the series – has brought constant innovation and new solutions that have benefitted the World Cup and helped it get to the elevated level where it is now.
The joint effort between all parties involved has been key in developing a series that has now a very solid basis heading into the future – something Energica is incredibly proud of and which will serve the company incredibly well heading into possible future scenarios related to two-wheeled racing.
While thanking all the parties involved in this amazing journey – first and foremost the series promoter Dorna Sports, but also the MotoE official Sponsors Enel X, Michelin, DHL and Allianz – Energica will continue giving the maximum effort and support heading into 2022 to wrap up this incredible journey in fine fashion.
Livia Cevolini – CEO, Energica Motor Company: “We are extremely happy at Energica to have provided our invaluable contribution to make MotoE the success it is today” says. “We’re confident that our initiative and efforts have generated plenty of interest from the big OEMs to follow the path we started a decade ago. Being pioneers of electric mobility on two wheels, we have opened up the way to a whole new strata of sustainable and exciting motorcycle racing and – as we have always done – we now aim at testing ourselves with new challenges. This is why we are looking forward to the next big thing to come!” We would like to thank Dorna Sports for the great opportunity to showcase our technology and we are looking forward to wrapping up our journey together in style.”
Nicolás Goubert – Executive Director, FIM Enel MotoE World Cup: “The first three seasons of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup have delivered an incredible show despite all the unforeseen external challenges that have been thrown at us. It wasn’t an easy task to undertake and one very new in many aspects, but we did it and this was thanks to a joint effort between all parties involved. From the very beginning, Energica has brought its know-how to the track in a way we couldn’t be happier with, delivering a package that has proved to be extremely competitive, showing impressive maximum speed (exceeding 260km/h in Barcelona in 2021), and lap-times that on some occasions were in line with other classes – despite the much shorter history of electric motorcycles.
“Maybe even more impressive than the on-track performance, was the bike reliability, as none of the 18 riders ever encountered any mechanical failure during any of the races we enjoyed in the three seasons. Their ability to respond quickly and effectively to our requests and the ones coming from the riders and teams are proof of all the expertise and passion they brought to the series. All sides are committed to continuing giving their maximum effort into 2022, for what will be another spectacular year of racing. I would really like to thank Energica for the quality of their innovative products and their engagement in the MotoE series.”