Last minute opportunity to witness world’s first electric Grand Prix
29 May 2009 17:31
Organisers of the electric TTX GP being staged at the Isle of Man TT have laid on a charter flight so people can make it to the race and get around booked up flights.
The TTX GP is the world’s first zero-carbon Grand Prix and takes place on June 12. Seats on the TTXGP chartered flight, the only way to get to and from the Isle of Man on race day in one day, are now available.
GATWICK TO ISLE OF MAN AND BACK IN ONE DAY
The chartered TTXGP flight departs from Gatwick on the day of the races at 7.30am and arrives back at Gatwick at 20.45, the same day.
The all inclusive flight tickets provide passengers with airport transfers in the Isle of Man, grandstand seating, access to the TTXGP paddock, the New Technology Space and OPEN Class bike sale.
Passengers will also be provided with a TTXGP gift pack including commemorative souvenirs and TT radio earpieces to follow the action from around the TT course on Manx Radio.
Azhar Hussain, founder of the TTXGP, said: “Getting to and from the Isle of Man, and finding accommodation during TT season can be difficult due to high demand.
In response to the numerous enquiries we’ve been receiving as to how spectators can get to watch the TTXGP, we have decided to charter our own 218 seat Boeing 737.”
ZERO EMISSIONS RACING
The TTXGP will take place as a part of the Isle of Man TT races. The two class race around the 37.73 mile Isle of Man TT circuit will feature electrically powered race bikes developed by teams from around the world.
The TTXGP exists to safeguard the future of motor sport by driving innovation in clean technologies and by proving that clean emission vehicles can be fast, fun and exciting.
All inclusive flight tickets have just been released to the public and can be purchased from the TTXGP website for £399. For more details please visit www.ttxgp.com/flights