The two brothers from Belgium and TT Zero regulars Saroléa have been testing their SP7 machine at Aragon ahead of the weekend's MotoGP races.
Dorna, who run the MotoGP series, intend to run an all electric support class from 2019. Saroléa are one of the few teams that have been shortlisted to supply machinery in a similar way to the current Moto2 class where all bikes are use the same power plant.
Ex-MotoGP racer and current Dorna Safety Adviser Loris Caparossi has been testing potential bikes and machinery and is said to have been impressed by the SP7 TT Zero bike.
Although it might be said Saroléa have had disappointing results on the Isle of Man they continue to work hard to develop their SP7 motorcycle into a serious race bike and with the road going Manx7 due to be available to buyers next year the timing could be great for them if they can create a relationship with Dorna.