MotoE: Emak returns to the race track with the LCR E-Team: Oleo-Mac and Efco sponsor Mattia Casadei and Eric Granado

For the third consecutive season, Emak is racing with Lucio Cecchinello's team in the world championship reserved for electric motorbikes. The Oleo-Mac brand will take to the track with reigning world champion Mattia Casadei, while the Efco brand will accompany Eric Granado, a talent who has been competing in the electric class of the MotoGP since its inaugural season in 2019, becoming one of the series’ top riders over the years.

Bagnolo in Piano (RE), 11 March – Emak, world leader in the production of machines for lawn and garden maintenance, is pleased to announce the renewal of its partnership with Lucio Cecchinello's LCR E-Team: for the 2024 season of the MotoE Championship, the Italian team will pair reigning world champion Mattia Casadei with one of the leading riders in MotoGP’s electric class, Eric Granado.

The Oleo-Mac brand will take to the track with the current world champion, on a mission to defend his title, while the Efco brand will accompany Granado, a challenger with great potential who has been competing in the electric class of the MotoGP since its inaugural season in 2019. The logos will be displayed both on the riders’ suits and on their MotoE bikes made by Ducati, the sole official supplier of electric bikes competing in the world championship.

The 2024 MotoE™ Championship, which starts on the weekend of 22/23 March in Portimao (Portugal), is a parallel path of sustainable innovation, putting some of the most exciting advances in electric mobility through their paces on the track before they reach motorcyclists around the world.

“We are very proud to confirm our support for the LCR E-Team for the third consecutive season,” said Giovanni Masini, Marketing Director at Emak, “a move that reflects the character of our company, which is geared towards innovation and continuous evolution, with a view to responding to the challenges of an increasingly discerning market.” He added: “This investment gives us the opportunity to not only increase our global visibility by linking ourselves to a competition with a growing worldwide following, but also to promote sustainable mobility, accelerating towards a greener future.”


The MotoE World Championship will consist of 8 two-race events, all in Europe and coinciding with the MotoGP calendar. The grand finale, as has become tradition, will be staged in Misano, which will also host the San Marino and Rimini Riviera Grand Prix on the following day.