The Enel MotoE Electric Cup will have a season of six events and seven races next year, and welcomes two new tracks
The provisional calendar for the 2021 MotoE World Championship can now be revealed, with the Cup expanding into a season of six races and seven races. After an inaugural four-race cup in 2019 and five events in 2020, the third year of competition for electric MotoE adds another round and two new tracks.
The first five races will consist of three Free Practice sessions and the E-Pole session as a preface to a 15 minute run on Sunday morning at 10:05, while the final round will again be a double encounter, trying to ensure that the fight for the crown go to the end.
The season is set to start at the Circuit de Jerez-Angel Nieto, as it happened in 2020, before the Grand Prix de France received the Le Mans Cup for the 2nd round.
From there, MotoE will visit two new routes. The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is the first; a real classic and a new challenge, before the 2020 class face the Assen TT Circuit in the 4th round.
The historic ‘Cathedral’ has a reputation for close racing and should prove to be an exciting host for MotoE, as well as taking the Cup to the Netherlands for the first time, which by chance is even a country where electric mobility is gaining some expression. .
The penultimate round of the season will then see MotoE returning to the Red Bull Ring, a track visited by the Cup in 2019, for another quick route that shows the best of the identical Energica Ego Corsa with which the championship is being disputed.
Finally, Misano will host the final of the season. The Adriatic classic is a familiar turf for MotoE and will host two races, completing the season in style in 2021.