Australian Josh Hook will ride in the first season of the MotoE World Cup next year alongside Italian Alex De Angelis. with Pramac Racing.
After the MotoGP official test in Valencia, the MotoE test will take place on the weekend of 23-25 November.
Josh Hook, selected in 2009 to compete in the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup and then among the big players in both the Australian and Japanese championships as well as in the Suzuka 8 Hours ended up in second place in 2015. Josh Hook is the 2018 FIM Endurance World Champion and he will be competing in the 2019 season alongside the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup.
“I’m thrilled to be with Alma Pramac Racing on this new MotoE adventure. The 2019 season will be the first of many years for this new category and represents a great opportunity for me. I am very grateful to the team for believing in my ability and I am sure that we can get great satisfaction. MotoE is something new for everyone, so it will be great to work on the development of the bike and I’m sure we can have some great races. We have a few days of testing next week in Jerez and I am looking forward to working with the team on this new project so that we can have a real understanding of the bike. I would like to thank the Alma Pramac Racing team once again for making this possible”.
The MotoE test will take place in Jerez de la Frontera on the weekend of 23-25 November.