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The University of Nottingham's e-Racing team goes from strength to strength, securing the MotoE Championship in 2015 and 2016, and achieving a podium finish and second place at the 2018 TT Zero.

Reaching speeds in excess of 180mph with 12 kWhr of stored energy and peak power of >200kW, the University of Nottingham’s eBike is advancing the frontiers of electric propulsion.

Such achievements would not have been possible without the eBike’s principle rider, Daley Mathison, who sadly died following a crash while racing for the MADMAX Race Team at the 2019 Isle of Man TT.

Read our tribute to Daley here

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E-Racing team

 
 
  

See our bike in action

 

More videos on our YouTube channel

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.

 

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Power Electronics, Machines and Control Group

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