MotoE is the newly formed electric class of the MotoGP™ Championship; an additional motorcycle racing category alongside the already highly established, MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes.
The electric motorcycles will run without producing any gaseous emission and make a limited amount of sound. All the energy stored in the batteries that will power the motorcycles will be produced from renewable resources. There will be five MotoE™ European race-events during MotoGP™ weekends, in 2019.
One Energy Racing is born from the passion, competence and experience of former World Championship rider Johan Stigefelt; CEO of Sepang International Circuit, Razlan Razali and dynamic entrepreneur Matteo Ballarin, who specializes in the distribution of electricity and gas.
British rider Bradley Smith brings with him the experience of thirteen seasons at World Championship level and twenty-five podiums across all three classes.
Synchronous oil-cooled AC
with permanent magnets
Maximum Continuous Power:
120 kW (160 hp/cv)
Acceleration: 0-60 mph in three seconds
Top Speed: 270 km/h (168 mph)
Torque: 147.5 lb.-ft. (5,000 rpm)
Battery pack: approx. 20 kWh
Recharging: 0-85 percent in 20 minutes,
via the integrated DC fast charging technology developed by CCS Combo
Tubular steel trelis