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Chaz Davies launches his 2024 MotoE racing comeback with Aruba Cloud team

Aruba Cloud MotoE

Chaz Davies has officially pulled the wraps off the Ducati V21L he will campaign in the 2024 MotoE World Championship for what will be his first season of competitive racing since 2021.

The Welshman mounts his comeback in the all-electric grand prix series more than two years on from his decision to hang up his helmet while competing in the WorldSBK Championship owing to persistent injury woes.

However, having kept his hand in with front-line competition as a rider coach for the Aruba.it Racing team - the team with which he finished runner-up in WorldSBK on three occasions - for the past two years, Davies has been chosen by the Italian outfit to head up its inaugural assault on MotoE.


Speaking at the launch of the team - which will race under the Aruba Cloud MotoE banner - Davies says he cannot wait to get back to competition after his period out.

“It is for me a source of great pride and satisfaction to be able to participate in this fascinating new adventure together with Aruba to which I have been linked for a decade. 

“And it’s even more exciting to be able to start the season virtually right inside the Global Cloud Data Center that I can say I’ve seen grow over the years. 

“The FIM Enel MotoE World championship represents an exciting new challenge that I can’t wait to start. 

“We have already had the chance to try the Ducati V21L in Portimao and the feelings were very positive. I can’t wait to be in Portugal to get back to fighting on the track.”

As well as being Davies’ first competitive racing season since 2021, it will mark his first season of grand prix competition since the 2005 250GP World Championship season.

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