Energica is has reached an agreement with AF1 Racing in Austin and plans to have Colin Edwards pilot the Ego Corsa, FIM Enel MotoE World Cup bike around the Austin circuit during the MotoGP weekend in Texas.
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Energica Motorcycles: new commercial agreement in Texas
Energica Motor Company S.p.A. is strengthening its presence in the US market: a new commercial agreement with AF1 Racing in Austin Texas was just signed.
Texas is the second largest US motorcycle market in the US.
“A new Environment Texas report forecasts more than 170,000 plug-in vehicles on Texas roads by 2030”, declares Energica is has reached an agreement with AF1 Racing in Austin and plans to have Colin Edwards pilot the Ego Corsa, FIM Enel MotoE World Cup bike around the Austin circuit during the MotoGP weekend in Texas. “our Company has been investing in the United States market from the beginning, we look forward to other states following California’s EV revolution.”
Energica will celebrate this new commercial agreement this weekend with the demo lap of Ego Corsa at MotoGP Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas with Colin Edwards and at the AF1 Racing party on April 20th evening. The Texas Tornado will join the event alongside special guests.
Ego Corsa 3rd demo lap during MotoGP Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas
On April 22nd the 2018 FIM MotoGP World Championship will arrive in Austin, Texas, for the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas.
The Hermann Tilke-designed 5.5 km ‘Circuit of The Americas’ is a crucial hit for motorcycling enthusiasts with its cutting edge facilities and a capacity for 120,000 fans.
This time there will be one more reason to tune on the race as the two-time World Superbike champion Colin Edwards will be the third rider to get on track the Ego Corsa, FIM Enel MotoE World Cup electric motorcycle!
Colin Edwards has been dubbed by many as the “Texas Tornado” and was one of the most dominant riders to ever race in the U.S.
Don’t miss the chance to see Texas Tornado on Ego Corsa!
MotoGP Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas will start on Sunday, April 22nd, lights out at 14:00 (Local Time GMT -5).
MotoE third demo lap will take place on Sunday, April 22nd so tune on www.motogp.com to watch it live.