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ECR eMoto Confirmed as AMA Grand Championship Class for 2023 Red Bull Tennessee Knockout

ECR eMoto 2023 Red Bull TKO Tennessee Knockout

Press Release from TKO:

Sequatchie, TN (April 24, 2023) – The inaugural ECR eMoto (Electric Motorcycle) race at the 2022 Red Bull Tennessee Knockout was a huge success. Twenty-six riders attempted the Friday hot-lap and twenty-four riders took on the full TKO loop one on Saturday morning with seventeen riders completing the full course in the two-hour time limit. Due to the enthusiastic response from the racers and manufacturers, the AMA has confirmed that the ECR eMoto class will be included as a Grand Championship class for the 2023 Red Bull Tennessee Knockout.
 
“We were really happy to see how much excitement we had for the ECR eMoto race at the 2022 TKO,” said Eric Peronnard, co-producer of the Red Bull Tennessee Knockout. “A lot of people were surprised at how capable and fun the electric bikes proved to be on the tough course. We had seven manufacturers represented and over twenty-five riders racing last year and we look forward to more aiming for the AMA number 1 plate in 2023.”

Jason Smith riding the electric motion escape at the 2022 ECR emoto Redbull TKO race.
Photo: Roots, Rocks, and Mud

The ECR eMoto AMA Grand Championship will include three rounds of racing, starting with a hot lap on Friday to set the Saturday morning starting order. On Saturday morning, the eMoto riders will compete in a qualification race. Up to the top twenty riders that complete the course in two and a half hours will qualify to compete in the Sunday championship race, which will utilize a tougher course.
 
The ECR eMoto class is an open format that will allow electric motorcycles of all power levels with a minimum rear wheel size of 16 inches. Trials style motorcycles and Trials tires are allowed for the eMoto class. Riders of all skill levels that are 16 years of age and older will be eligible to enter the ECR eMoto class. 
 
The 2023 Red Bull Tennessee Knockout will again be a three-day format with a Prologue on Friday to set amateur racer starting positions followed by two rounds of amateur racing on Saturday and a multi round Sunday competition for the pro riders, which will include the top thirty finishers from Saturday.
 
Amateur riders are encouraged to enter the TKO before the early-bird entry discount ends. Riders can enter here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/tko/?event=5
 
A separate link will be sent directly to the pre-qualified Amateur and Pro riders.
 
Get the latest information at https://tennesseeknockoutenduro.com/

Red Bull Tennessee Knockout TKO ECR eMoto Electric Race
Red Bull Tennessee Knockout TKO ECR eMoto Electric Race

Check out the videos for highlights of some of the previous Red Bull Tennessee Knockout events here: 
Red Bull TV, 2022 TKO: https://www.redbull.com/us-en/recap-videos/fim-hard-enduro-world-championship-2022-red-bull-tko-recap-show
2022 TKO Recap: https://youtu.be/LLWl9M2ULKg
Red Bull TV: It’s a Knockout: 2021 Red Bull TKO Full Race Recap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2UugQtIPVA
Red Bull TV: 2021 Red Bull TKO – Main Race Raw Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxFkr6eafoM
Red Bull TV: 2021 Red Bull TKO – Pro Prologue Red Bull Straight Rhythm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32lLTk7BRdE&t=311s
2021 Tennessee Knockout Hard Enduro Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO_5_d2PgTQ2021  2021 Red Bull TV Highlights: https://www.redbull.com/int-en/videos/fim-hard-enduro-world-championship-2021-red-bull-tko-final-day-recap2020 Red Bull TV Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hTz4YiQbMo
2020 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeHjuzvTEKY&feature=youtu.be
2019 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0uTxSM8XEA  
2018 Highlights: https://youtu.be/DUOE0z7q42o

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