August 11 Round 4 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup, Spielberg, Austria. This inaugural five-round MotoE calendar coincides with the 2019 MotoGP schedule. The FIM and Dorna the rights holder and governing body of MotoGP – announced the 2019 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup for electric motorcycle racing would join the main stage of moto competition, the Grand Prix World Championship. The electric-support class would feature 18 identical Energica bikes, fielded by 11 teams. Seven of these teams are privateer teams that compete in MotoGP, and include Fresini, Angel Nieto, Avintia, Pramac, Marc VDS, LCR and Tech 3.
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