Mugen returns to motorsport with his entry into the FIM E-XPLORER WORLD CUP

 Mugen has announced a return to motorcycle racing at the FIM E-XPLORER WORLD CUP 2022, with an electric motorcycle set to debut in 2022. Tuning famous cars in Japan that made Honda cars famous all over the world and also have a charity like Spoon Sport as well.    Not only making racing cars famous, Mugen is now also an engine supplier in Formula 1, Japanese Super Formula and is also aiming for a TT-Zero race on TT Island.  In 2022, Mugen will race under the M-Tec branding that will compete in the E-Xplorer World Cup, a new entry for off-road motorized off-road vehicles. The format will consist of 10 teams, 20 drivers, each team will consist of 2 drivers, 1 male and 1 female, and compete in a relay race, with all types of tracks, including black tracks, dirt tracks, pits, water, and ladders. including the stone wall    Valentin Guyonnet, CEO of E-Xplorer SA said, “We are delighted that a brand like M-TEC has such a rich history and success in motorsport. has used the option to compete as a factory team at the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup since we founded the series to demonstrate and develop pioneering technology in the two-wheel drive sector. We have gained a lot of attention from brands and manufacturers around the world.”

Mugen has announced a return to motorcycle racing at the FIM E-XPLORER WORLD CUP 2022, with an electric motorcycle set to debut in 2022. Tuning famous bikes in Japan that made Honda bikes famous all over the world and also have a charity like Spoon Sport as well.

Not only making racing bikes famous, Mugen is now also an engine supplier in Formula 1, Japanese Super Formula and is also aiming for a TT-Zero race on TT Island.

In 2022, Mugen will race under the M-Tec branding that will compete in the E-Xplorer World Cup, a new entry for off-road motorized off-road vehicles.

Mugen has announced a return to motorcycle racing at the FIM E-XPLORER WORLD CUP 2022, with an electric motorcycle set to debut in 2022. Tuning famous cars in Japan that made Honda cars famous all over the world and also have a charity like Spoon Sport as well.    Not only making racing cars famous, Mugen is now also an engine supplier in Formula 1, Japanese Super Formula and is also aiming for a TT-Zero race on TT Island.  In 2022, Mugen will race under the M-Tec branding that will compete in the E-Xplorer World Cup, a new entry for off-road motorized off-road vehicles. The format will consist of 10 teams, 20 drivers, each team will consist of 2 drivers, 1 male and 1 female, and compete in a relay race, with all types of tracks, including black tracks, dirt tracks, pits, water, and ladders. including the stone wall    Valentin Guyonnet, CEO of E-Xplorer SA said, “We are delighted that a brand like M-TEC has such a rich history and success in motorsport. has used the option to compete as a factory team at the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup since we founded the series to demonstrate and develop pioneering technology in the two-wheel drive sector. We have gained a lot of attention from brands and manufacturers around the world.”

 The format will consist of 10 teams, 20 drivers, each team will consist of 2 drivers, 1 male and 1 female, and compete in a relay race, with all types of tracks, including black tracks, dirt tracks, pits, water, and ladders. including the stone wall

Valentin Guyonnet, CEO of E-Xplorer SA said, “We are delighted that a brand like M-TEC has such a rich history and success in motorsport. has used the option to compete as a factory team at the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup since we founded the series to demonstrate and develop pioneering technology in the two-wheel drive sector. We have gained a lot of attention from brands and manufacturers around the world.”

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