MotoE ™: How do the Cup standings look ahead of Misano?

Against all odds, it’s a “rookie” who leads the standings, with MotoE™ rookie but two-wheeled wealth of experience Dominique Aegerter (Dynavolt Intact GP). The Swiss rider, who has experience in  ten full seasons of Moto2™ and three more in 125cc, hasn’t taken long to adapt to the Energica Ego Corsa, as evidenced by a podium finish registered in Andalusia… which was followed up with a victory. Those results put him eleven points ahead of another rookie, a certain Jordi Torres (Pons Racing 40). The number 40 – formerly a race winner in both Moto2™ and WorldSBK – claimed a rostrum spot in the second race in Jerez; taking advantage of an incident between Eric Granado and, the winner of the 2019 edition, Matteo Ferrari.