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New format for MotoE qualifying and races starting in 2022

Starting from 2022, standard MotoE events will feature two Free Practice sessions and a Qualifying on Friday, and two races: one on Saturday and the other on Sunday. Each race will normally be after the Grand Prix classes

MotoE: New format for MotoE qualifying and races starting in 2022

The MotoE Grand Prix Commission, composed of Messrs. Carmelo Ezpeleta (Dorna, Chairman), Paul Duparc (FIM), and Herve Poncharal (IRTA), in an electronic meeting held on 17 September 2021, made the following decisions:

Sporting Regulations – Season 2022 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup

New format of the MotoE events:

Starting from 2022, standard MotoE events will feature two Free Practice sessions and a Qualifying on Friday, and two races: one on Saturday and the other on Sunday. Each race will normally be after the Grand Prix classes.

E-pole will be replaced by more traditional Qualifying sessions:

Qualifying session format: Q1 (10 minutes) – 10 min break – Q2 (10 minutes)

• Qualifying 1 will comprise the slowest ten riders from the combined results of FP1 and FP2. The duration of Qualifying 1 will be ten minutes with no limitation on the number of laps.

The two fastest riders in Qualifying 1 will be permitted to recharge their machine in pit lane and also receive an additional rear tyre.

• Qualifying 2 will comprise the fastest eight riders from the combined results of FP1 and FP2 plus the fastest two riders from Qualifying 1. The duration of Qualifying 2 will be ten minutes with no limitation on the number of laps.


 

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