Everything is ready for a new MotoE season loaded with action, excitement and adrenaline. A new battle on two wheels is coming up, promising to offer a great show with Jordi Torres as the main protagonist, the current defending champion. Watch out for all the details regarding the official calendar of the competition.
After the pre-season tests, the first green flag will be officially displayed on May 1st, when the 100% electrified motorcycle category will make its debut along with the MotoGP Grand Prix. From then on, what happened in 2021 will be history, everyone at zero looking for a new crown.
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Spanish GP – May 1st
The Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto, will be in charge of receiving the Energica electric motorcycles. A track built in 1986, which has become one of the most popular in Spain. Surrounded by hills, more than 250,000 fans will be able to witness the sustainable action of MotoE.
French GP – May 15
Just two weeks later, everything will continue on French soil when the riders will race at high speeds on the Bugatti circuit, located 5 kilometers from Le Mans, built in 1965 and characterized by narrow, complicated and really challenging curves for those who dare to compete there.
Italian GP – May 29
Europe will continue to witness the 2022 season of MotoE. After two great races, everything will start again in Italy on the asphalt of the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello, owned by the legendary Ferrari brand since 1988 but at the service of the championship. Fast corners, slow turns, excitement and speed along its 5,245 meters.
Dutch GP – June 26
Fans of two-wheeled speed will have to wait almost a month to see a MotoE race again. The Assen circuit, an old acquaintance will witness the 2022 campaign, quite possibly in defining stages for many. Created in 1949, it is surrounded by green hills, where 64,500 people can enjoy the races. Length of 4,555 meters, ready and waiting for the championship.
GP of Finland – July 10
MotoGP will return to the KymiRing and with it, MotoE will be present. According to Jorge Viegas, President of the International Motorcycling Federation, Finland is one of the countries with the longest tradition in terms of motorsports, therefore, the show is assured in this section of the calendar. Created in 2019, it is located in Kausala and ready for the electrified action of the category.
Austrian GP – August 21
Another old acquaintance, not only in MotoGP¨s but also in Formula 1. Red Bull Ring also writes its history in MotoE. Located in Styria, it was built in 1969, but rebuilt in 1996 to give life to the track that is known today. The nature surrounding the area along with demanding curves, with a couple of incredible straights define the beauty of this circuit.
San Marino GP – September 4th
Will MotoE see Jordi Torres as Champion of the category again? Probably for the GP of San Marino everything will be definitive, or instead everything will become clear when the chequered flag is waved on the Misano circuit. Built in 1972, it can accommodate 60,000 fans, who will certainly be attentive to the definition of the series.
Written by | Ronald Ortega