The following is from Infineon Raceway...Time Trial eXtreme Grand Prix and Infineon Raceway have announced an alliance that will see the Sonoma road course serve as host site of the first-ever zero carbon motorcycle race in the United States.Building on the success of the TTXGP Zero Carbon Clean Emission event for electric motorcycles held at the Isle of Man TT in Europe in June, Infineon Raceway will make history as the host of the first TTXGP race on American soil.The TTXGP U.S. Championships will be held May 14-16, 2010, as part of the raceway's AMA Motorcycle Sonoma Showdown weekend. The weekend will also feature the best in AMA Pro Road Racing, including American Superbike and Daytona Sportbike, as well as Supermoto. The TTXGP U.S. Championships will add to the weekend's festival-type feel."When it comes to development of zero carbon motorcycles, Northern California is the center of the industry, so it makes perfect sense that Infineon Raceway should host the first event in this historic new series," said Steve Page, president and general manager of Infineon Raceway. "This will be a terrific addition to our two-wheel racing lineup next May."Azhar Hussain, founder of TTXGP, is excited at bringing the first TTXGP zero carbon motorcycle race to the United States."With the success of the TTXGP on the Isle of Man, we have shown that zero carbon technology is ready to deliver the thrills and passion for both spectators and riders," he said. "In partnership with Infineon Raceway, we are taking the next step and proud to be pushing new frontiers in motor-sports technology both on and off the track. We invite the best and the brightest in the world to join us at Infineon Raceway for the dawning of the next generation of motor sports in the United States."The TTXGP U.S. Championship will provide an international platform for the development of electric motorcycles, enabling the futuristic technology behind them to be tested in an exciting and challenging way. TTXGP aims to drive low carbon technological innovation forward, to demonstrate that clean-emission transport technologies have matured and can be fun, fast and exciting.