TTXGP Euro Championship Begins at Assen

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Electric Motorcycles

TTXGP returns this coming weekend, Sept 24-25, for the start of the TTXGP Euro Championship at the TT Assen Circuit.

Rob Moon, currently second in the TTXGP UK Championship, has decided that the opportunity to race at TT Assen Circuit is too great a chance to turn down, so he will be entering on Jenny Tinmouth’s bike this coming weekend.

Rob is “delighted and grateful for the opportunity” and will be “busy studying onboard footage to learn the circuit in time for Friday.”

Rob will be joined in the opening rounds of the TTXGP EURO Championship by fellow UK Championship riders, Pete Ward and Annie Seel on the Electric Hussar and Morris Motorcycles machines, respectively.

Keen to get some more track time before the UK Final in Brands Hatch, Pete and Annie will be making the journey over to mix things up on the continent.

TTXGP are pleased to announce that four new teams will be joining the series, namely Campus Francorchamps, CRP Racing, Münch Racing and SMP Racing.

Campus Francorchamps is a team from the educational facility based on the Spa Francorchamps circuit in Belgium. Campus Francorchamps is an impressive institution, with excellent facilities, so are sure to have put together an impressive package and with Michael Weynand on board, they should be ones to look out for. The team will be announcing details about the bike shortly.

CRP Racing are a family‐run Italian company with an extensive history in producing high quality components for the uppermost echelons of motorsport. Wanting to move the company forward, TTXGP are pleased that they have chosen to produce a racing electric motorcycle.

Having already completed many hours of testing with former World Champion Roberto Locatelli, the eCRP 1.2 the bike is sure to be competitive. Riding for them in the TTXGP EURO Championship is former GP125 and GP250 competitor, Alessandro Brannetti from Fermo, Italy.

Münch Racing will be entering two machines, one ridden by German, Matthias Himmelmann and one by Italian, Stefano Scrocchi. The team from Germany have already been successfully competing this year and hope to really prove themselves in the TTXGP EURO Championship.

The final newcomer, only deciding to enter a few weeks ago, is SMP Racing from the Russian Federation. The all‐Russian team have Alexey Ivanov riding for them and will be using a Mavizen TTX02.