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Lorenzo Savadori
File:Lorenzo Savadori.png
Rider Details
Nationality Flag of Italy.png Italian
P.O.B. Cesena, Italy
Date of Birth 4 April 1993
Date of Death Unknown
Début Flag of Germany.png 2019 German MotoE Race
Final Race
First Win Unknown
Former Teams Unknown
FIM MotoE Career
Entries 1 (1 Starts)
Wins 0
Poles 0
Fastest Laps 0
Total Points 0
Podiums 0
Current Season
Team Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE
Number Standings Points
32 15th 20

Lorenzo Savadori (born 4 April 1993 in Cesena, Italy) is an Italian motorcycle racer, who competes in the 2019 FIM MotoE World Cup with Trentino Gresini MotoE.[1] A former FIM Superstock 1000 Champion, Savadori came to MotoE from the realm of Superbike rather than MotoGP, having competed at World Championship level for several seasons.[2]


Savadori began his career in his ultra competitive homeland of Italy, making a name for himself by winning the 125cc Italian and European Championships in 2008.[2] That, combined with finishing as runner-up in the Red Bull Rookies Cup in 2007, saw Savadori gain the backing of Aprilla, who catapulted the seventeen year old Italian into the 125cc World Championship for 2009.[2] Unfortunately in two full seasons in 125cc Savadori would not live up to his early promise, and was dropped.[2]

Super Saviour

For 2011 Savadori moved to the Superstock ladder, gaining a seat in the FIM Superstock 1000 Cup.[2] Four seasons at European level saw Savadori claim the 2015 Cup title, with the Italian having also made a World Championship appearance in 2013.[2] Unsurprisingly Savadori's efforts in the 1000 Cup saw him gain a full Superbike World Championship ride in 2016, with the Italian joining the factory Aprilla squad.[2]

Savadori instantly proved to be a regular point scorer in World Superbike, although the Italian racer rarely threatened the podium.[2] Two further seasons saw Savadori continue that trend, with the Italian ultimately leaving the series at the end of 2018, having finished tenth in the Championship.[2]

MotoE History

Savadori was among the first riders to be named for the 2019 FIM MotoE World Cup, signing with the new series in November 2018.[1] The Italian rider was subsequently signed by the Trentino Gresini MotoE squad alongside Matteo Ferrari for the full campaign, although an inauspicious debut at the Sachsenring saw Savadori become the series' first retirement.[3] Savadori followed that up with a quiet run at the 2019 Austrian MotoE Race, claiming his first points of the campaign.[4]

Full MotoE Record

Shown below are a series of tables outlining Lorenzo Savadori's career in MotoE in statistical form.

MotoE Entries

The list below includes all of the teams and cars, as well as overall finishing positions for Lorenzo Savadori during their MotoE career:

Lorenzo Savadori's Overall MotoE Record
Year Entrant No. Car Pos. Pts.
2019 Flag of Italy.png Trentino Gresini MotoE[1] 32 Energica Ego Corsa

Career Results

Below is a table showing Lorenzo Savadori's full MotoE record.

FIM MotoE World Cup Record
Year Rounds Pos. Pts.
1 2 3 4 5 6
2019 Flag of Germany.png Flag of Austria.png Flag of San Marino.png Flag of San Marino.png Flag of Valencia.png Flag of Valencia.png 15th 20
Ret 10th 7th 11th


Videos and Images:


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 'FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup: rider and regulation updates',, (Dorna Sports SL, 14/11/2018),, (Accessed 07/07/2019)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named LSav
  3. 'Tuuli beats Smith in magnificent maiden MotoE™ race',, (Dorna Sports SL, 07/07/2019),, (Accessed 08/09/2019)
  4. 'Di Meglio takes wet MotoE™ win as title favourites crash out',, (Dorna Sports SL, 11/08/2019),, (Accessed 08/09/2019)


2019 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup
Ajo MotoEAvintia RacingDynavolt Intact GPEG 0,0 Marc VDSJoin Contract Pons 40LCR E-TeamOcto Pramac MotoEOne Energy RacingOngetta SIC58 Squadra CorseOpenbank Ángel Nieto TeamTech3 E-RacingTrentino Gresini MotoE
Energica Motorcycle Company
Ego Corsa
2 Jesko Raffin • 4 Héctor Garzó • 5 Alex de Angelis • 6 María Herrera • 7 Niccolò Canepa • 10 Xavier Siméon • 11 Matteo Ferrari • 14 Randy de Puniet • 15 Sete Gibernau • 16 Joshua Hook • 18 Nicolás Terol • 27 Mattia Casadei • 32 Lorenzo Savadori • 38 Bradley Smith • 51 Eric Granado • 63 Mike di Meglio • 66 Niki Tuuli • 78 Kenny Foray
GermanAustriaSan Marino 1San Marino 2Valencia 1Valencia 2
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