Since 2019 a new discipline has been created, also competing during the European Grand-Prix : MotoE. This competition uses electric powered bike, supplied by the Italian manufacturer Energica, and is played as a World Cup. Thanks to the recent partnership between TotalEnergies and Energica, regarding the supply of specific fluids for Moto-e, this race series has opened a whole new area of experimentation for our engineers. We are partner with Tech 3 E-Racing who enters two bikes for the German rider, Lukas Tulovic and the French, Corentin Perolari, TotalEnergies have developed, in collaboration with Energica, a whole new range of products, baptised Total Hi-Perf EV Fluid, which permits to contribute to the development two-wheels electric engines.
Since 2019, the Grands Prix programme has seen the arrival of a new category, the FIM MotoE World Cup. Using Energica electric motorcycles, supplied by the world championship promoter, this year the championship will be run at six circuits: Jerez, Le Mans, Barcelona, Assen, Spielberg and Misano. As far as the riders are concerned, Jordi Torres and Matteo Ferrari, the two best riders from last year, will be back, as will Dominique Aegerter and Eric Granado, both of whom have shown they can be quick in this new category. While Marc VDS Racing have pulled out of the series to concentrate on the Moto2 class, Tech 3 will be once again entering Lukas Tulovic. The German rider teaming up with the Frenchman Corentin Perolari.