- Isle of Man TT will allow patrons to sit in grandstand and 'fan zones' that will be placed along the course for 2012.
- New grandstands and 'fan zones' will allow spectators to see the course from five different points in 2012.
- Mark Miller kicks off the 2011 TT Zero, the American brandishing the number 1 plate as the defending champion.
- Mark Miller on the gas... er juice at 2011 TT Zero at the Isle of Man.
- Allan Brew on the MIT entry. The American university place fourth in the race, losing the £5000 University Prize to the Kingston entry.
- Michael Rutter (center) toasts MotoCzysz teammate Mark Miller (left) and Kingston University's George Spence (right) on the 2011 TT Zero podium.
- The Blade gets up to speed on the MotoCzysz E1PC. Rutter would reach a near 150 mph top speed and just miss setting the first-ever electric-powered 100 mph lap at the Isle.
- A new face at the TT Zero, the Team Prozza effort earned fifth with Yoshinari Matsushita at the controls.