From the looks of this, Jeremiah should take a finishing position a fair bit higher than he did last year, riding a Zero S.
This looks like a real serious race bike. Hmm.. I wonder if it has enough power on board for a 38.4 mile race around a certain island?
One quibble I have is that in the background of one picture you see a large 18 kilowatt portable generator. They'll have that on hand for fast charging the bike. Notice the Manzanita Micro logo on the side - Gene Seymour's former employer - that gives you a clue which charger they'll use. In any case, charging the bike off a generator somewhat negates all the goodwill that comes from this being an electric race bike. Okay, not everyone see's the need to take the extra step to build a solar panel array onto the race trailer, and incorporate a large energy storage unit into the trailer. Pragmatism can say it's easier to just go with the genset and...
Oh, I'm just digging myself a deep hole aren't I? Guys.. we're all friends here, and I am just saying it would be that much better to take the next step and carry solar panels. Please?
A cool looking bike like this deserves to be a great testament to sustainability and clean energy.