Mike Di Meglio debuted at the MotoGP World Cup in the 125cc category in 2003 where he competed for 6 seasons. He did it on the back of Honda, Aprilia and Derbi. It was precisely driving the latter when, in 2008, he was proclaimed World Champion of the small displacement category.
The following year, in 2009, he rode an Aprilia 250cc with which he finished the season on the 8th place in the general classification.
In 2010, with the arrival of the Moto2 category, Mike competed with different motorcycles until 2014, when he made the jump to the MotoGP with Avintia. In 2015, he did not change his team but he did change his motorcycle to a Ducati for his last season in the maximum displacement.
MotoGP tester in 2016, in 2017 and 2018, he participated in the World Endurance Championship. In 2017 he won the prestigious Bol d’Or. In 2019 he combined his participation in the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup, in which he finished fifth with two podiums one victory, and in the FIM Endurance World Championship. In 2020, the French repeats in both competitions.
5th MotoE World Championship
5th in the FIM Cup in the MotoE Cup
2nd World Resistance Championship
2nd Resistance World Championship
125cc World Championship Champion
Electric motor: Maximum Power: More than 100kW (135 hp) Maximum speed: 250 km / h
Battery capacity: 20Kwh
Transmission: Chain: Regina
Original Energy Chassis developed for MotoE in tubular steel.
Front: Two 336mm Brembo steel front discs with two four-piston Brembo calipers.
Rear: 218mm stainless steel single rear disc, double piston caliper