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Gresini rider Matteo Ferrari became the first-ever MotoE champion, as Avintia’s Eric Granado completed a Valencia double.
Avintia rider Eric Granado fought off Hector Garzo and Bradley Smith in an exciting penultimate race of the inaugural MotoE campaign in Valencia.
If you recall anything about MotoE's first season, chances are the fire that wrecked its paddock will come to mind. But where the on-track action is concerned, the series' quirks - a result of technological limitations - have given it a unique identity
Matteo Ferrari vaulted into the lead of the MotoE standings with his first victory in the electric MotoGP support category, as several big names crashed out of contention.
Honda MotoGP technical boss Takeo Yokoyama says Honda won’t enter the all-electric MotoE World Cup until it can do so “properly”.
Marc VDS rider Mike Di Meglio won a five-lap MotoE thriller at a wet Red Bull Ring after closest challengers Eric Granado and Hector Garzo both crashed.
Niki Tuuli won a frantic first-ever MotoE race at the Sachsenring, which was red-flagged after five laps due to a crash for Lorenzo Savadori.
Finnish rider Niki Tuuli became the first-ever pole-sitter in MotoE history, dominating the qualifying session for the inaugural race at the Sachsenring.
Tech 3 rider Hector Garzo topped MotoE's qualifying simulation in Valencia, the last test before the championship's maiden race at the Sachsenring.