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TTXGP North America: Canada Results

Zero-Emissions Racing

Over 20,000 fans gathered to launch the next generation of motorcycle racing in Canada as the TTXGP North American 2010 Round 3 got underway.

Michael Barnes on the Lightning electric superbike lit the track up with a best lap time of 1:35.278, only 13 seconds off the Honda CBR600RR pace. Richard Hatfield has certainly sparked the field with a motor and a package that is dominating the field.

Thad “Wolffman” Wolff kept a consistent strong performance for Team Norton Electra and repeating his place on the podium for a string second.

Mavizen and Team Werkstatt took its first zero-emissions motorcycle racing podium with a strong 3rd finish leading a full lap ahead of Michael Hannas. Steven Belknap on Square Wave came in 5th with a solid 2:12.218.

Agni had logistical problems that failed to see them on the grid for Canada

It was an exciting race and a calling card for TTXGP in Canada and the start of a larger field for next year when TTXGP returns to Mosport. A number of new Canadian teams were observing and have now focused on the challenge of joining TTXGP for 2011.

The circus moves to VIR for the TTXGP North American Final and the crowning of the TTXGP North American Champion 2010.

With a double header weekend in both Canada and the UK now done, the TTXGP continues to be the world leader for the next generation of motorsport. A global programme of 13 races set with 9 remaining, TTXGP grows from strength to strength.

Round 3 of the TTXGP North American Championship 2010 is being hosted by Parts Canada Superbike Championship. This is the national road racing championship for Canada.

Mosport International Raceway

Course Length 3.9km

July 11th, 2010

TTXGP North American Championship 2010 Round 3

Final Times:

1st. Michael Barnes

Team Lightning

1:35.278 (Best Laptime)

2nd Thad Wolff

Team Norton Electra


3rd Jennifer Bromme

Team Werkstatt


4th Michael Hannas

Electric Race Bikes


5th Steven Belknap

Square Wave


Team Agni


Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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