Ducati MotoE prototype for the first volta on the track at Misano's tracciato [PHOTO]

First back on the asphalt of the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli for the Ducati prototype that will take part in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup. After the announcement of the agreement with Dorna Sports last October, from the 2023 season the Borgo Panigale brand will be sole supplier of motorcycles in the electric series of the MotoGP ™ World Championship.   A strong electrical push Among the factors kept in mind in the development of an electric competition motorcycle, the size, weight and autonomy reserved by the batteries stand out. Ducati aims to offer the various participants of the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup specimens with high performance and low weight. Not only performance, but indeed lightness and a constant supply of power along each race appointment, given attention to the development of a functional cooling system.    The brand's experience in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup will be a fundamental support for R&D on the product side. The aim is to create, as soon as technology allows it, an electric Ducati model for road use with features such as low weight and sportiness. The prototype, whose code name is "V21L", is the result of a symbiotic work of the Ducati Corse team and the Ducati R&D designers led by Roberto Canè, Ducati eMobility Director. The bike was ridden on the track by Ducati rider and test rider Michele Pirro since 2013, who tested its technical characteristics and potential.

First back on the asphalt of the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli for the Ducati prototype that will take part in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup. After the announcement of the agreement with Dorna Sports last October, from the 2023 season the Borgo Panigale brand will be sole supplier of motorcycles in the electric series of the MotoGP ™ World Championship.

A strong electrical push

Among the factors kept in mind in the development of an electric competition motorcycle, the size, weight and autonomy reserved by the batteries stand out. Ducati aims to offer the various participants of the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup specimens with high performance and low weight. Not only performance, but indeed lightness and a constant supply of power along each race appointment, given attention to the development of a functional cooling system.

First back on the asphalt of the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli for the Ducati prototype that will take part in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup. After the announcement of the agreement with Dorna Sports last October, from the 2023 season the Borgo Panigale brand will be sole supplier of motorcycles in the electric series of the MotoGP ™ World Championship.   A strong electrical push Among the factors kept in mind in the development of an electric competition motorcycle, the size, weight and autonomy reserved by the batteries stand out. Ducati aims to offer the various participants of the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup specimens with high performance and low weight. Not only performance, but indeed lightness and a constant supply of power along each race appointment, given attention to the development of a functional cooling system.    The brand's experience in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup will be a fundamental support for R&D on the product side. The aim is to create, as soon as technology allows it, an electric Ducati model for road use with features such as low weight and sportiness. The prototype, whose code name is "V21L", is the result of a symbiotic work of the Ducati Corse team and the Ducati R&D designers led by Roberto Canè, Ducati eMobility Director. The bike was ridden on the track by Ducati rider and test rider Michele Pirro since 2013, who tested its technical characteristics and potential.

The brand's experience in the FIM Enel MotoE ™ World Cup will be a fundamental support for R&D on the product side. The aim is to create, as soon as technology allows it, an electric Ducati model for road use with features such as low weight and sportiness.

The prototype, whose code name is "V21L", is the result of a symbiotic work of the Ducati Corse team and the Ducati R&D designers led by Roberto Canè, Ducati eMobility Director. The bike was ridden on the track by Ducati rider and test rider Michele Pirro since 2013, who tested its technical characteristics and potential.

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