This has been an exciting few days for TTXGP, eh? Here’s their latest press release:
Canada plugs into electric motorcycle racing with TTXGP
TTXGP North America Championship 2010 will now include Canada as of July 2010. The event will be part of Mosport Canadian National tour and will take place 8 – 11 July 2010 in conjunction with rounds four and five of the 2010 Parts Canada National Superbike road racing Championships.
Mosport International is a 3.9km long venue north east of Canada’s largest city, Toronto, Ontario. The track currently hosts auto rounds in the ALMS tour and Canadian NASCAR, as well as Canadian Superbike, and in the past has conducted motorcycle events for Grand Prix, World Superbike and even 500cc World Motocross
Colin Fraser, President, Professional Motorsports Productions, for the 2010 Parts Canada Superbike Championship, said, “Everyone involved in the Canadian series is really looking forward to the TTXGP event at Mosport in 2010; we believe this event has a solid long term future. The electric initiative is attracting lots of attention, and we
know Mosport will serve as a great showcase for TTXGP.
“We have a great history of close racing at Mosport, and we look forward to growing this
unique event along with TTXGP in the coming years. TTXGP adds another
element to the Superbike program, and cutting edge technology is always
popular with our sports bike enthusiast crowd.”
Azhar Hussain, Founder and CEO TTXGP, said, “We are overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and support for TTXGP by our North America friends and their ability to turn things around very quickly. We are looking forward to working with them to make electric racing a viable option, not only on the track but also on the bottom line.”
Jeremy Burne TTXGP Director North America, said, “I’m very pleased that, after such a short period of time, we are able to deliver this event to the world. It reflects the confidence that the racing community has, across the board, in TTXGP. It is going to be a great starting grid for 2010.”