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Hogs roar. Ninjas scream. The Mission One just flies.

A fledgling San Francisco company called Mission Motors unveiled an all-electric motorcycle Wednesday at the TED conference in Long Beach, Calif. Called Mission One and designed by hotshot Yves Behar and his firm, fuseproject, the bike is both beautiful and fast. At a top speed of 150 miles per hour, it would be the fastest production electric vehicle of any type…  More info

…a series of four separate announcements that were released within a span of 72 hours.  Each of these announcements taken individually would have been just some bad news but happening one after the other in quick succession reminded me of Dominos tumbling.  Like dominos tumbling I theorized that this could be the start of a series of more bad news for the IRL’s Indy Racing League.

I hate to say it but it seems like I am right as three more dominos tumbled in Indy land.

Today’s first domino was the report from Speed’s Robin Miller that the winningest team of the past 20 years in open wheel will be signing two ride buyers.  One of the drivers Newman/Haas/Lanigan will be the…  More info

Tough times and cutbacks, or even outright cancellation of programs, are mode throughout today’s motorsports programs, and while the Indy Racing League (IRL) has announced it will delay application of its new engine package until 2012, the proposed format is already drawing interest from diverse quarters.

The plan had initially been to enact the new engine proposal for the 2011 season, but that has been scrapped to help allow teams and sponsoring manufacturers time to cope with the current economic situation…  More info

The 2009 Cooper Tires Presents The Atlantic Championship Powered by Mazda will feature a $1 million prize to the series champion as part of $3 million in prize money, series officials announced today.

The $1 million champion’s prize is the most lucrative championship payout in a North American open-wheel driver development series. The driver who finishes second in the 2009 Atlantic Championship will receive $500,000, with the remaining $1.5 million to be paid out in per-event race purses.

“This is a significant prize package that should attract top drivers from all over the world to the Atlantic Championship this season,” said Atlantic Championship President Ben Johnston. “The $1 million champion’s prize…  More info 


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