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TTXGP events before the 2009 TTXGP race on the Isle of Man

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Before getting to the 2009 TTXGP event on the Isle of Man, the TTXGP team held several events to introduce the idea.

TTXGP Press Launch

Interview with Kevin Ash Motorcycle Journalist

TTXGP Press Launch Isle of Man

At the science museum interview with Hon Tony Brown MHK (Chief Minister for Isle of Man)

TTXGP Brammo Run Test

Brammo bike tested at TTXGP event. This is a prototype Enertia.

TTXGP Chris Hodder BMF

Chris Hodder from the BMF supporting the TTXGP

TTXGP Paul Brandon Kingston University

Paul Brandon from Kingston Universty about there entry to TTXGP

TTXGP Ride and Feel of Motorbike

Paul Brandon University of Kingston talks about the ride and feel of alternative energy motorbikes

TTXGP Chief Minister Tony Brown MHK

TTXGP Launch speech from Chief Minister Isle of Man.

TTXGP Paul Brandon About Kingston Entry

Paul Brandon talks about why they are entering the TTXGP race

CNBC Broadcast (24th October 2008)

TTXGP CNBC Broadcast

TTXGP - World's First Clean Emission Carbon

TTXGP is about competitive innovation. Pushing the frontier and making the next leap. TTXGP allows different technologies, systems and methods battle for supremacy on some of the most glorious motorsport venues in the world. In a market place of free ideas, TTXGP is where you get your vision of the future valued. The Grand Prix will provide an exciting opportunity for leading global innovators in racing and clean emission technologies to compete and prove to the world that being green does not mean being slow. The planned TTXGP will showcase a diverse range of vehicles capable of reaching Grand Prix race speeds. Racing teams are likely to be backed by international corporations, universities and high tech institutions, all eager to prove their credentials in the brave new world of clean emission transportation.
David Herron
David Herron is a writer and software engineer focusing on the wise use of technology. He is especially interested in clean energy technologies like solar power, wind power, and electric cars. David worked for nearly 30 years in Silicon Valley on software ranging from electronic mail systems, to video streaming, to the Java programming language, and has published several books on Node.js programming and electric vehicles.