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MotoGP™ and MotoE™

Official Supplier of the MotoGP™ World Championship and of the MotoE™ World Cup

Next to the positive experience with the WorldSBK started a few years ago, the Consorzio di Tutela della DOC Prosecco has become Supplier of the MotoGP™ FIM World Championship, the oldest and most followed competition for the two-wheeled in the world.

Adrenalin, emotions, speed: these are MotoGP™ ingredients, joined this year by Prosecco DOC’s Italian bubbles.

Every year 9 months of races in 16 countries over 4 continents that group 86 pilots from all over the world, more than 2 and a half million of spectators in the circuits, 369 million TV viewers, almost 13 million Facebook likes, 5 million Instagram followers, more than 1 million in YouTube and almost 2 and a half in Twitter.

Click here to check all MotoGP™ 2020 races.



For the second year in a row, in 2020 the Consorzio di Tutela della DOC Prosecco will be next to the newly-established FIM Championship Enel MotoE World Cup: it’s a new format of races where electric motorcycles will be competing, focusing on an environmental sensibility close to the direction taken by the Consorzio towards sustainability.

The racing motorcycles are produced by a single company: Energica Motor in Modena, chosen among many international competitors after two years of very selective tests.

Enel X, Enel’s society focused on sustainable mobility, will be the support for the electric power; MotoE™ will be entirely sustainable, as also the Championship’s exclusive Paddock’s roof will be covered by photovoltaic panels.

Two Italian companies internationally excellent work together for an innovative technology and sustainability project fully in harmony with Prosecco DOC values.

Click here to check all MotoE™ 2020 races.


For further information check the official MotoGP™ website.

Photo credits: Milagro

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