“It is important that MotoE has reached the rank of World Championship”

MotoE, the electric motorcycle championship that has been part of our lives since 2019, will grow a lot in 2023, and not only because of the arrival on the grid of Ducati motorcycles for all riders… The MotoE World Cup will pass to a better life to reach the rank of World Cup, like those of MotoGP, Moto2 or Moto3, categories with which it will continue to share circuits next year.

when talking to Nicholas Goubert, head of the event, explains to AS what the change from the World Cup to the World Cup means for him and the reasons why they have managed to grow like this: “For us it is important that we have reached World Cup rank. Every year since 2019 we have added an event to the calendar: 4 in 2019, 5 in 2020, 6 in 2021, 7 in 2022, although in reality at the last moment the Finnish GP was canceled and 8 in 2023. With this many events 8 in 7 different countries and with riders of many different nationalities, the FIM has given us the rank of World Championship”.

There will be eight double dates, for a total of 16 races with the following schedule:

  • 12-14 May France (Le Mans)
  • June 9-11 Italy (Mugello)
  • 16-18 June Germany (Sachsenring)
  • 23-25 ​​June Holland (Assen)
  • 4-6 August England (Silverstone)
  • 18-20 August Austria (Red Bull Ring)
  • 1-3 September Catalonia (Circuit de Barcelona)
  • 8-10 September San Marino (Marco Simoncelli)
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