The world’s most popular motorcycle racing series is adding an all-electric class in 2019: the Electric MotoGP. This will be promoted next year (2018) by ex-racers by riding some “showlaps” on the MotoGP races with one or two electric superbikes. Some names as Mick Doohan (Australia) and Kevin Schwanz (USA) are popping up …

Starting in 2019, the European MotoGP will start with 5 races. The other continents will follow in 2020 and 2021. The championship is exclusively reserved for 1 manufacturer for the first 3 seasons. Maybe Saroléa – sorry, that’s my Belgian chauvinism 😉

After this period, other constructors can join. All energy will come from renewable sources.

Loris Capirossi: “it handled like a MotoGP bike”

MotoGP testing with Loris Capirossi at Aragon | Photo credits: © Mirco Lazzari

MotoGP testing with Loris Capirossi at Aragon | Photo credits: © Mirco Lazzari

Today (September 21th) was another milestone for Saroléa and the team: legendary MotoGP rider Loris Capirossi was riding the beautiful SP7 on the track at Aragon in Spain.

“It handled like a MotoGP bike” he told Saroléa after the tests.
Saroléa: “What more can we ask for.”

More info: www.sarolea.com
Photo credits: © Mirco Lazzari

Guy Salens

Guy Salens (motorcycle enthousiast): I want to show the world an overview of existing electric motorcycles and future projects. Because it's time.