The first electric machine to win a zero emissions race on the Isle of Man set
an average lap speed of 87.434mph.
A decade on, and that now stands at 121.91mph. But are lap times the real marker of progress for TT Zero?
Some teams want more competitors to level the playing field as well as more laps, others want organisers to offer incentives to fast-track innovation so they can pioneer in both speed and sustainability. After all, isn't green tech is a necessary part of our journey to a carbon neutral future?
In this programme, Aaron Ibanez talks to John McGuinness, Kast Energy, Duffy Motorsport, Mugen Racing, the Isle of Man Green Party and SCS Services.
Listen to the programme podcast here