News TTXGP Championship: 2011 Racing Schedule

TTXGP Championship: 2011 Racing Schedule

Electric Motorcycle Racing

Zero carbon clean emission racing has come a long way in a very short period of time; in its third season, the TTXGP, with our global partners and great teams, has managed to make a meaningful change that goes well beyond motorsport.

As the first and the leading zero carbon clean emission motorsport series, the TTXGP is very proud of the achievements and accomplishments of the teams and builders world over, responding to the challenge of designing machines to meet todays demands of efficiency, speed, high performance coupled with environmental responsibility.

TTXGP has shortened the route from track to road, from vision to change. The technologies being developed in TTXGP have a multitude of applications beyond motorcycles and beyond motorsports.

With rocketing petroleum prices, climate change and a world looking for clean alternative sources of getting around TTXGP has never been more relevant or more necessary than it is now. TTXGP represents the leading edge of the tipping point as we travel through to the next generation of motorsport.

The 2011 season racing is promising to be even more exciting, and with the introduction of TTXGP Australia in collaboration with our Partners eFXC/Australian Superbikes, will see a new continent joining the TTXGP family with new teams, new ideas and new records.

Many favourites from the launch year will be returning to the championship to the fans delight as well as a new teams from countries as far as Canada, Malaysia and Singapore. The TTXGP World Championship 2010 laurels are held by Muench Racing from Germany, and we are sure they will face an exciting challenge to retain them.

New media distribution deals will see TTXGP in even more homes across the world on satellite, cable, terrestrial and online. More people than ever will be joining us in the TTXGP race to the future.

Claim your space, you will not want to miss it. New Rules, New Race, New Day. Be Part of It.

TTXGP Euro Championship 2011 Calendar:

  • 18-19.06 Silverstone (GBR)
  • 01-02.07 SPA Francorchamps (BEL)
  • 06-07.08 Assen (NLD)
  • 20-21.08 Donington Park (GBR) TBC
  • 03-04.09 Karlskoga (SWE)
  • 23-24.09 Le Mans (FRA) TBC

TTXGP North America Championship 2011

  • 14-15.05 Infineon Raceway (USA)
  • 16-17.07 Portland International Raceway (USA) (TBC)
  • Round 3 TBC
  • 13-14.08 VIRginia International Raceway (USA)

eFXC/TTXGP Australian Superbike Championship 2011

  • 29-01.05 Wakefield Park Raceway (NSW) TEST
  • 01-03.07 Eastern Creek Raceway (NSW)
  • 02-04.09 Winton Raceway (VIC)
  • 08-09.10 Wakefield Park Raceway (NSW) TBC

TTXGP World Final 2011

  • October TBC

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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