MotoE’s literal rise from the ashes was the talk of motor racing in July, when riders finally assembled on the grid at Germany’s Sachsenring for the debut race.
After a fire had ripped through the paddock, destroying the entire fleet of bikes, the fact that they were racing at all was worthy of note.
It was perhaps fitting that the season should end in a city famed for its pyrotechnics. The Cup was shortened to six races at four venues, and the final double header in Valencia was a good measure of the progress MotoE has made in its short life on track.
The city’s spectator-friendly Ricardo Tormo circuit offers panoramic views and over two seven lap races around its compact curves the…