Friday, 21 June 2013

Valencia To Kickstart FIM eRoadRacing 2013 World Cup

Motorcycle Real Road Racing Blog by Barbiegirl Northern Ireland

The ground-breaking FIM eRoadRacing World Cup will launch its European series as the main event at the Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo during its Green Prix weekend on Sunday 14 July.

Gonzalo Gobert, Circuit de Valencia General Manager, said: ‘Valencia is a race track built for the future and it’s a great honour to be able to host the FIM eRoadRacing series because it is breaking down barriers to create the next generation of motorsport. We look forward to becoming part of eRoadRacing’s history and we’re really proud to be part of the sport’s beginnings.’

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The Valencia Circuit will celebrate the Green Prix for the very first time in order to create a new within motorsport competitions that is related to sustainability, environmental care and reducing emissions.

The FIM eRoadRacing World Cup will see electrically-powered motorcycles from Europe and the US compete for a place in the world final in Asia.

FIM eRoadRacing is the world’s premier electric motorsport series officially sanctioned by the FIM, the worldwide governing body of motorcycle racing, and includes seven races across three continents.

TTXGP are the official promoters of the FIM eRoadRacing World Cup. From 2014 FIM eRoadRacing will follow a World Championship, with every team competing on each continent for a chance to be crowned world champions.

FIM eRoadRacing teams are consistently pushing the boundaries of electric vehicles and are instrumental in the development of this technology. Teams from across the globe will compete in the inaugural FIM eRoadRacing season, including entries from US, Canada, China, Germany, UK, Netherlands, France, Spain and India.

Circuit de Valencia was built in 1999 and is designed around the spectator. With 65,000 seats in the grandstands fans can watch all the action. The circuit of Cheste excels for its functionality and boasts two independent circuits: one of 1.300 m. full of bends, ideal as training circuit, the other 4,005 metres and an 876 m. straight line.

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