Enel X, at the service of sustainable mobility
This final long weekend of MotoE racing began on the Thursday with the first session of practice trials. The competition, which is organised by Dorna Sports in collaboration with the Enel Group, IRTA, MotoGP Independent Teams and Energica, requires that all riders race the same machine, the Ego Corsa developed by Energica.
The bikes supplied by the Italian company, which is a leader in the sector, carry a 20 kW battery, with a capacity of up to 120 kW and can reach speeds of 270 km/h, accelerating from 0-100 in 3 seconds.
The electric motorbikes can complete a full charge of energy in approximately one hour, thanks to the JuicePump recharging stations. Completing the service is the e-trolley, equipped with 5kWh power banks. These were also used for powering the tyre warmers in the pit lanes.
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The two races were exceptionally close, with neck and neck duels, both at the front and further back. In the end, taking the chequered flag, both in Race 1 and Race 2, was Eric Granado, while for Matteo Ferrari it was enough to finish both races in a point-scoring position in order to clinch the title. This was actually a career first for the Italian rider, who celebrated on his way to the podium by signing his name on the Enel X JuicePole.
There were also notable celebrations for the Brazilian, who was awarded the X-shaped MotoE trophy for winning the race.