eSkootr Championship is in its debut season. After many months of preparation, it debuted on the circuits as the first and only 100% electric scooter category, fulfilling a sustainable objective that goes far beyond the competition of the automotive sector.
However, a few weeks ago it issued a statement that suddenly stopped the action of the series, as it announced changes in the calendar for the current season. Due to unforeseen circumstances, eSC postponed the third round, which was to be held in Italy from July 15 to 16 in a city to be announced.
Shooting the race on Italian soil affected the rest of the schedule, leaving other previously selected locations such as the United States and Spain without a confirmed date.
“It’s a shame to have to postpone our third event, even if only for a few weeks. We continue to work closely with local authorities and other stakeholders, including our teams and partners, on plans for later in the summer,” Hrag Sarkissian, Co-Founder and CEO of eSkootr Championship, said at the time, via a press release
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Almost a month has passed since the competition was due to take place in Italy. However, so far there is no official confirmation from eSkootr Championship about the return of the championship, which saw Matis Neyroud win the debut race in London, UK, while Sara Cabrini did the same in Sion, Switzerland.
Thus, fans, competitors and teams of the series are looking forward to the return of the category that seeks to promote sustainability, adoption of micromobility through scooters, as well as gender equality as fundamental pillars that are part of the principles of eSC.
Written by | Ronald Ortega