Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) launches FIM E-Xplorer World Cup

La Federazione Internazionale di Motociclismo (FIM) lancia la FIM E-Xplorer World Cup
The new electric off-road motorcycle series launched today by the FIM entitled E-Xplorer World Cup

FIM, the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme, confirmed the launch of a new international electric off-road motorcycle series entitled the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup.

La Federazione Internazionale di Motociclismo (FIM) lancia la FIM E-Xplorer World Cup
The new FIM E-Xplorer World Cup sees 10 teams and 20 riders featuring both male and female participants

Beginning in early 2022, the series will be a world first at this elite level and is set to continue the growing appetite for electric motorsport. Leaders in this sector, the FIM started competitions for electric powered motorcycles in circuit racing back in 2010 with the FIM E-Power International Championship – the forerunner to the current MotoE series – and in more recent years off-road competition with the FIM EBike Enduro World Cup, the FIM E-XBike World Cup and the FIM Trial-E World Cup.

Sanctioned by the FIM, the series will be run by CEO and Promoter Valentin Guyonnet, who has more than a decade of experience working as part of motorsports’ world governing body and will be joined by the highly regarded global sports marketing and events developer Carina Munte as CCO. In addition, the series is backed by Alejandro Agag, CEO of Extreme E and Chairman of Formula E and the E1 Series, plus Eric Peronnard, respected promoter and sporting advisor of ESPN X-Games and Red Bull Straight Rhythm.

La Federazione Internazionale di Motociclismo (FIM) lancia la FIM E-Xplorer World Cup
Five event set to take place from 2022 across the globe

Five races are set to take place during the first season in a mixture of urban and natural environments across the globe, with provisional locations ranging from the United States to Switzerland, all designed to encourage viewers to explore the outdoors whilst minimising any environmental impact.

A total of 10 teams will each compete with two riders; one male and one female and be made up of a mixture of leading OEMs and existing professional race teams. Competitors will race on two-wheel off-road motorcycles propelled by a single 100% electric motor with a maximum weight of 130kg. A review process will also be carried out this month to identify additional manufacturer needs, alongside a rigorous testing programme which is already underway.

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Source: FIM

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