Granado heads Ferrari on Day 1 in Jerez

Back on board the Energica Ego Corsas for the first time since the 2019 Valencia finale, the riders had a few new things to try ahead of the 2020 campaign. A new Ohlins front fork has been introduced to try and help with cornering, with Michelin also providing new front and rear tyres for the new season. Moreover, the Energica Ego Corsas now have new airflow cooling for the batteries, which in turn helps them to be charged quicker, with Energica and Enel testing new safety measures which included a louder buzzer when the bikes enter pitlane.

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