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Developing new products, promoting the brand throughout the world, while creating strong bonds with clients and partners, so many reasons for the presence and investment of the Elf and TotalEnergies brands in motorcycle competition.

TotalEnergies and MotoE

Since 2019 a new discipline has been created: MotoE. Run, using electric powered bike supplied by the Energica brand, as a World Cup within the Grand Prix structure, this race series has opened a whole new area of experimentation for engineers. A partner of Tech 3 E-Racing that enters two bikes for Hector Garzo and Alex Escrig, TotalEnergies have developed a whole new range of products, baptised Hi-Perf, dedicated to electric engines.

The 2022 stakes

The fourth edition of the FIM MotoE World Cup should be interesting for several reasons. Run for the last time using Energica machines, before being replaced next year by Ducatis, the series will count seven rounds this year, one more than in 2021. 

After a first outing in Jerez, at the start of May, the MotoE riders will travel to Le Mans, Mugello, Assen, Finland, Austria, then Misano, with the Saint-Marino Grand Prix once again hosting the final of the FIM MotoE World Cup. As far as riders are concerned, Jordi Torres will be defending his title.

Winner of the last two editions, the Spaniard riding for the Pons team will once again be fighting out with Dominique Aegerter and Matteo Ferrari. The 2022 edition will also see the return of the Italian Niccolo Canepa and the Brit Bradley Smith, now racing under the RNF banner. The Tech 3 E-Racing team will be counting on two Spanish riders: Héctor Garzó and Alex Escrig.

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