TTXGP - World's First Zero Carbon, Clean Emission Grand Prix

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April 9, 2009 – TTXGP, the world’s first zero-carbon eGP, is delighted to announce that 23 bikes and riders from 16 different teams and seven different countries will compete in its inaugural race. The TTXGP is set to take place in the Isle of Man on June 12, 2009, as part of the traditional TT programme.

Alongside teams from the UK and the Isle of Man, there are representatives from Italy, USA, India, Germany and Austria, making this ground-breaking event a truly global competition. TTXGP founder, Azhar Hussain, said, “With twenty-three confirmed entries, we are thrilled with the high level of interest the TTXGP has generated globally, and the superb quality of teams that will be involved in our first zero-carbon race.”

Entries to the race range from the US-based Mission Motors team, which claims its electric superbike, Mission One, can reach speeds of up to 150mph, through to the Isle of Man’s own entry.

British innovation and enterprise is well represented by Rick Simpson, Director of EVO Design Solutions, “Our EV-0 RR and EV-0 R entries will highlight the all British design and manufacture aspect of our race team. The motor, chassis and control systems used by the EVO Design Solutions team are all developed and built in the UK.” A number of the UK’s top universities and colleges are getting involved. Brunel University, Kingston University and Imperial College London are all developing electric race bikes and hope to provide some serious competition to the more commercial US teams. Together with Mission Motors, commercial US teams include MotoCzysz, Barefoot Motors and Brammo, makers of the Enertia electric bike.

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