A five-race calendar for the inaugural FIM Enel MotoE World Cup has been revealed ahead of the all-electric motorcycle racing series’ debut in 2019.
The championship was announced earlier this year and will run at five MotoGP race weekends next season with several established MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 teams fielding entries.
It will kick off at Jerez on May 5 before visiting Le Mans, the Sachsenring, Red Bull Ring and Misano over the summer.
Race length will vary between seven and ten laps with one race per weekend while all teams will run identical Energica Ego Corsas which produce 120 kW of power and have a top speed of 168 mph.
Testing will begin in November with a three-day test followed by further dates in March and April.
A full entry list, including riders, will be released at the Aragon MotoGP round on Sept. 23.
2019 MotoE World Cup Schedule:
May 5 – Jerez
May 19 – Le Mans (Bugatti Circuit)
July 7 – Sachsenring
Aug. 11 – Red Bull Ring
Sept. 15 – Misano