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Following the University of Nottingham's success in 2015 and 2016, becoming MotoE Champions in both years, the team starts the 2018 season with high hopes. 

With rider Daley Mathison onboard, the team put the bike through its paces at the TT Zero, achieving a podium finish and reaching second place.

The brilliant start to the MotoE season continued, with Daley riding the bike to victory at Donningon Park, becoming the first rider of an electric bike to win a race on a mixed short circuit grid.

Good luck to the University Super Bike team for the rest of MotoE 2018!

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About the bike

  • Designed for speeds over 180mph
  • 12 kWhr of stored energy, peak power of >200kW
  • Finished third  in the MotoE European Race Series of 2014 with an Agni Bike
  • Raced at the Isle of Man TT Zero 2015 securing the University Prize
  • MotoE Champions 2015
  • MotoE Champions and Runner-Up 2016


Our sponsors and collaborators

Team der UoN


The University of Nottingham team is delighted to have received sponsorship from Würth Elektronik - we're grateful for their support and we look forward to working with them as technology partners.

The team also appreciates close collaboration with the University of Nottingham Beacon Propulsion Futures, Arnold Magnetics, Vacuumschmelze, K-Tech, Pentaxia, Borg Warner, LORD, ANSYS, Rohde & Schwarz, Renishaw, Easy Composites, HGB, Charnwood Fasteners Ltd, PFM, HEL, Parker, Borg Warner, R&G,  Hirschmann Automotive, Rook Composites, and Ark Engineering.



Power Electronics, Machines and Control Group

Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5356
email: pemc@nottingham.ac.uk