The interrupted MotoE championship, which had been due to start at Jerez, will be ready to get under way at the German GP, the ninth round of the season on July 7.
This was confirmed at a meeting of participating teams at Jerez, by series chief Nicolas Goubert.
The two-month delay was caused by a disastrous fire in pre-season tests at Jerez, which destroyed not only much of the MotoE paddock equipment, but also all 18 of the Energica Ego Corsa bikes, specially built for the series.
“Everything looks on track; everything will be ready for a test at Valencia in June,” said Goubert, former technical director at Michelin.
By Michael Scott