The inaugural FIM Enel MotoE World Cup season in 2019 is shaping up to be a really good competition, with not only Energica developing a race version of the Ego electric superbike, which is now known as Ego Corsa, but because the teams participating have a good pedigree.
FIM and Dorna have released the team’s entry list for the first MotoE World Cup, and with them we will also see 18 riders on track.
The seven MotoGP satellite teams will be represented in MotoE, each of them with a two-man team, and then there’s three Moto2 teams and a single Moto3 that have one rider each.
Here’s the official teams list for MotoE
Tech 3 Racing (MotoGP)
LCR Team (MotoGP)
Marc VDS Racing (MotoGP)
Pramac Racing (MotoGP)
Angel Nieto Team (MotoGP)
Esponsorama Avintia Racing (MotoGP)
Gresini Racing (MotoGP)
Sky Racing Team VR46 (Moto2)
Pons Racing (Moto2)
Dynavolt Intact GP (Moto2)
SIC58 Squadra Corse (Moto3)
No word yet about riders, but what we already know is that the championship will have 5 races, all of them in Europe, and that the races will happen on Sunday just before the Moto3 race. Each MotoE race will have 8 to 12 laps, depending on the track.