MotoE has now announced that bike supplier Energica “are expecting to have built all the machinery for the season in less than three months”, enabling the series to schedule a three-day test for June 17-19.
The Circuit Ricardo Tormo, which will host the MotoE season finale double-header during the Valencia Grand Prix, is the chosen venue for the test.
A qualifying simulation and a full race simulation are scheduled for the final day of the test – the Wednesday of June 19.
The winner of the race simulation will receive an Energica Eva streetfighter sport bike as a reward.
Twelve teams have signed up for the inaugural MotoE campaign, with Aprilia MotoGP tester Bradley Smith and two-time premier-class vice-champion Sete Gibernau among the 18 riders.