Duffy Motorsport return to to Isle of Man TT in 2019, following their 6th place in the 2018 TT Zero one lap race. Piloted by Englishman Shaun Anderson, the Brammo based bike achieved an average speed of 74.789 mph.
For 2019, rider Anderson is joined by team mate Mike Norbury. The bike, still based on the Brammo Empulse, will see some substantial updates made by the Duffy Motorsport team, including:
- A new, larger, battery pack
- Brake and suspension upgrades
- A new bespoke fairing
For 2019 the bikes will be powered from solar energy, with the help of KAST Energy Technologies, who have developed the paddock charging system to be used. This is a solar array and energy storage system for the paddock which will harvest and store energy.
Team Director, Ryan Duffy, has over 14 years experience working with cars and motorcycles and has been heavily involved with electric vehicles since 2011. For more information please visit www.duffy-motorsport.com.
Qualifying practice for the 2019 SES TT Zero begins on Wednesday 29th May with the one lap race taking place on Wednesday 5th June.