The Italian Company equips all the Energica’s Ego Corsa bikes with the entire braking system: steel discs, monobloc caliper, master cylinder and pads


The Fim Enel MotoE World Cup is the first motorsport competition reserved to full electric motorcycles and Brembo is the exclusive supplier of the braking system. All 18 Energica Motor Company’s Ego Corsa are equipped with the Italian Company’s steel discs, monobloc calipers, master cylinder and pads. 

MotoE is yet another challenge for Brembo: after moving into the FIA Formula E championship, the Company has further expanded its presence in the electric motor championships. 

The two-wheel competition is a truly unique development platform for Brembo braking components, as it will allow to experiment and develop new technical solutions to be transferred to road electric motorcycles and scooters. 

Like in every motorsport competition, Brembo has studied a braking system able to deliver maximum efficiency and performance to the bikes. It includes steel discs, monobloc calipers, radial pump and pads and it’s the same for all the Teams in the Championship. ​


Steel discs are called “T-Drive” and are born for motorsport, thanks to the experience Brembo gained in Superbike and MotoGP. They have a 336 mm diameter and are 7.1 mm thick, with a configuration specifically designed for Energica’s Ego Corsa bikes. Eight “T” pins machined into the disc and eight outlines on the bell make it possible to eliminate the drive pawls. This special solution enables braking torque to be transmitted more effectively. 

The front caliper is a machined monobloc, very well known in the MotoGP championship where it has been used together with steel discs until the 2017 Season. Brembo has customized it to respond to the Ego Corsa’s needs. It has 4 titanium pistons with different diameters. ​


To the caliper and discs, Brembo combined also the Z04 pads, which already ran in Superbike, SuperSport and Moto2. Characterized by high friction and constant performance, especially at high disc temperatures. 

The Radial master cylinder completes the package, with its 19 mm diameter and 18 mm mounting centres. This technology gives an unique and unrivalled braking feel, allowing in every condition top control and an outstanding linearity between the force applied to the lever by the rider and braking response. Another important innovation is the absence of the clutch pump, since there is no clutch on the Energica bikes used in the championship. ​



Lastly, Brembo Group joined the Fim Enel MotoE World Cup also with Marchesini, which equips all the Ego Corsa motorbikes with its 7-spoke forged aluminum rims.​