MotoE (2019)

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Last year (2017) it was confirmed that there would be an all-electric class of MotoGP motorcycle racing. These plans are moving along swiftly and the newly minted MotoE World Cup electric grand prix is set to begin in 2019. In December we learned that Italian electric bike brand Energica would be supplying the motorcycles for the new class and some fresh new details about the bike and about MotoE, in general, have just been announced.

The bike is called the Energica EgoGP. As its name suggests, it is a racing spec of the production Energica Ego electric sportbike. Like the production model, the EgoGP uses an oil-cooled permanent magnet AC electric motor. However, the racing-tuned motor will make two more horsepower at 147 giving it a higher top speed of 155 miles per hour. A very smart Vehicle Control Unit is onboard to manage the bike's power making adjustments 100 times per second.

The Energica EgoGP isn't quite in its final draft yet. Energica will continue developing the bike through 2018 and the first official tests will take place in February of 2019.

MotoE's inaugural 2019 season will consist of five races with 18 motorcycles. Seven private teams will get two bikes each and four more bikes will be reserved for Moto2 or Moto3 teams. The MotoE races will take place on Sundays just like the other race classes.

The races will be very short, only 10 laps long. Presumably, they'll be short due to range constraints on the EgoGP. FIM likely doesn't want to compromise on the excitement of the race and if it was too long, riders would intentionally ride slower in order to save battery. The short length of the races will also make them easier to schedule alongside MotoGP races.

Electric racing appears to be the future for both cars and motorcycles. Here's hoping it can match the excitement of good old-fashioned gas-powered racing someday.
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Energica Ego Corsa
Racing e-Motion

The green heart of Ego Corsa racebike is a synchronous oil-cooled motor with permanent magnets. It allows a maximum continuous power of 110 kW (147 hp/cv) and a torque of 200 Nm. Ego Corsa accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds to reach a top speed of up to 155 mph.
Ego Corsa does not have a gearbox or a clutch. Everything is regulated by the ride-by-wire system, allowing you to control the acceleration torque of the motor and deceleration based on the regenerative torque or engine braking.

Ego Corsa integrates the DC fast-charge technology based on CCS Combo that allows to charge the bike from o to 85% in about 20 minutes.

MAX SPEED 250 km/h 155 mph
POWER kW (Hp) 110 kW (147Hp)
TORQUE 200 Nm from 0 to 5000 rpm
BATTERY High Voltage Lithium Ion capacity TBD
Energica Motor Company S.p.A. is an Italian manufacturer of electric motorcycles. The Energica project was started in 2010 in Modena, Italy, by CRP Group, an international player for cutting edge CNC Machining, Additive Manufacturing with advanced Selective laser sintering materials Windform. Energica Motor Company S.p.A. was officially founded in 2014 with the aim of creating high-performance sustainable motorcycles.
The Energica Ego is an electric sport motorcycle. It is claimed by Energica to be the world's first street-legal Italian sport motorcycle. The prototype finished in 2013 and the vehicle came into market in 2015.[1][2] The prototype was made with use of new technologies such as CNC and 3D-printing, including the dashboard and headlights which were 3D-printed.

It is an all-electric motorcycle, from motor to instrument cluster (dashboard). It has a 107-kilowatt (143 hp) motor with 147 foot-pounds (199 J) of torque (at low revs) giving it a top speed of 240 kilometres per hour (150 mph).[5] The motor is powered by a 11.7 kWh battery. The Ego weighs approximately 258-280 kilograms (569-617 lb), contributed by heavy weight of the battery.

Range     80-120 miles 130-200 km
Front: 43 mm, adjustable rebound and compression damping, Spring preload
Rear: Swingarm on mono shock, Adjustable Rebound, Spring Preload
Brembo Front: 2X 330 mm radial discs, 4 pistons caliper,
Rear: Single 240mm disc, 2 pistons caliper
Pirelli Diablo Rosso III front: 120/70 Rim 17
rear: 180/55 Rim 17
Wheelbase     58.9 inches (1465 mm)

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