2018; our 4th electric race season!

For followers who are new to electric racing,  MotoE Limited was formed in 2014,  we are an electric race organisation formed in consultation with and at the request of electric race teams who had been developing their innovative machines since 2009’s first electric GP; The TTXGP.

MotoE’s mission is to keep alive innovation and development of this technology for future generations.   Our aim is to always provide the opportunity to advance technology, providing an open platform for learning, developing, and improving both the technology as well as the engineers of the future.

MotoE 2018, will be 4th season of racing under the brand, the race schedule will be brought to you in partnership with two race clubs this season and the continued support of the IET.  Our founder as well as most of our technology advisory board has been involved with Electric two wheel racing since 2008.

NG Road Racing is one of the largest road racing clubs in the UK with over 600 competing members and MotoE will once again be a support class to three of their rounds.

NG have a wealth of experience with e-Bikes and our two organisations having hosted races with electric bikes from TTXGP and MotoE since 2010, they are a great club to work with and very helpful in terms of providing a lot of track time and experienced trackside personnel.

In addition we have a new partner this season. The OW Cup, organises races in Assen, Oschersleben, Dijon and Prenois and Zolder and has successfully been involved in road racing now for six year’s. Moto E is very pleased to have such a dynamic organisation to run with at the world class Assen TT Circuit.

The full schedule is as follows:-


Pembrey       Sat 7th July – Sunday 8th July

Donington Park       Saturday 11th – Sunday 12th August

Assen TT   Friday 31st August  – Saturday 1st – September

Oulton Park     Friday 5th – Saturday 6th October


Our partners, The Institution of Engineering and Technology (The IET) is a multidisciplinary professional engineering institution who has been involved with the development of the electric rules widely adopted by the two wheel racing industry. They remain heavily involved with the MotoE Electric Road Race commission;  its from their membership that we draw our independent technology advisory board and rules guardians.

If you are a private team, manufacturer or technological institution/university who wish to partake in the series or want to learn more, please do get in touch or come meet us in the paddock at any of the above events.

Photo thanks to Kerry Rawson Photography
Nova Electric Racing, 2017 winners