Tweet After the disappointing news that the Kawazaki / Zytek ZX10ev bike was not going to be featured at this year’s IOM TT Zero race, we spoke to Neil Cheeseman, Engineering Programme Manager at Zytek Automotive to shed some more light on this. He commented: “As a company that takes the safety of electric systems
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Tweet It was an American/British combination that made history today at the Isle of Man TT Zero race, as Michael Rutter took first place and the £10,000 cheque for his record-breaking lap on the Team Segway Racing MotoCzysz bike. Rutter clocked a 104.056mph average speed on the Manx circuit, narrowly beating John McGuinness on the
Tweet U.S. electric motorcycle maker and TTXGP team Brammo announced late last week they have signed a title sponsor partnership with Icon for the 2012 racing season. The team also confirmed that 2011 National Champion Steve Atlas will return for the coming season that got underway this past weekend at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California.
Tweet The opening round of the eFXC/TTXGP 2012 Australian series got off to an exciting start at Wakefield Park near Sydney last weekend, with both the Ripperton and Solar Power Australia (Catavolt) bikes turning in times within .5 of a second of each other during practice. The off season had seen a number of small but significant
Tweet Motorcycle racing’s governing body the FIM and zero carbon racing series TTXGP have announced a “strengthening” of their joint collaboration that will now see both sides once again combine three rounds of their individual racing series this year, the FIM e-Power International Championship and TTXGP World Series. The confirmed joint events
Tweet The Isle of Man TT is always a highlight of my racing calendar and reached a personal high point last year when I was fortunate enough to be able to interview TT legend John McGuinness. As much as I love watching the “Morecambe Missile” and the TT’s traditional races, one of the most fascinating and
Tweet When Azhar Hussain, CEO of TTXGP, first floated the idea of an all-electric race bike series in 2008, he was met with the kind of ridicule and backward thinking that electric motorsport fans have sadly come to expect. Now, 1000 days on his vision of zero carbon racing is has become an international success