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How a new world-class series 'without the bull****' is faring

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How a new world-class series 'without the bull****' is faring
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Oct 16, 2019, 2:35 PM

If you recall anything about MotoE's first season, chances are the fire that wrecked its paddock will come to mind. But where the on-track action is concerned, the series' quirks - a result of technological limitations - have given it a unique identity

As the newest addition to Dorna's family of championships sharing the ticket with its main attraction MotoGP, MotoE has inevitably looked like a quirky oddity in its inaugural season - what with its ultra-short calendar, ultra-short races and extremely eclectic grid, the biggest name on which is an ex-MotoGP race winner returning after a decade's hiatus.

Even in the paddock itself it inescapably sticks out like a sore thumb, standing by itself away from the main MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 facilities, its bikes either grouped in the single-building garage tent or at the recharging stations.

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Author Valentin Khorounzhiy