History of eRacing

History Motorsport Held First

2009: Inception of TTXGP

The journey of eRacing on two wheels commences with the inaugural TTXGP race at the iconic “Isle of Man TT Races,” marking the world’s first fully sanctioned electric race.

2010-2013: Global Expansion of TTXGP

TTXGP evolves into a global championship, assuming the role of official Promoter of the FIM eRoad Racing in 2012. Its reach extends worldwide, showcasing the potential of electric racing.

2013: Suspension of eRoadRacing

As the 2013 season concludes, FIM suspends eRoadRacing, temporarily halting the momentum of electric motorcycle racing.

2014: Birth of MotoE

MotoE emerges as a beacon of hope for electric motorcycle racing, establishing itself as a European race series with strong support from race teams and technology partners.

2015-2016: Solidifying MotoE’s Format

The MotoE format solidifies into a five-round championship, featuring two races per weekend. This structure enhances the competitiveness and excitement of electric motorcycle racing.

Goal from 2017: Leading the Electric Motorcycles Cup

MotoE sets its sights on becoming the premier Cup for electric motorcycles, welcoming global teams and fostering a culture of innovation and education. It provides an ideal environment for learning and pushes the boundaries of clean emission racing.

MotoE: Pioneering Zero Carbon Racing

As a member of the elite electric motorsport world, MotoE propels the next generation of motorsport forward with its commitment to zero carbon, clean emission racing. Building upon the legacy of TTXGP and the eGrand Prix, MotoE emerges as the European Electric Cup of choice, inspiring enthusiasts and professionals alike.