I began riding MX at age 12. Road racing followed at age 16 and led to where things are today. Accomplishments include 9th in the 2008 Daytona 200, several amateur national championship as well as the 2011 TTXGP Championship with Brammo. Also a freelance Motojournalist with over eight years experience
Professional-grade speed and an attitude to match, Steve Atlas has outstanding AMA racing credentials that are even more extensive than his driving record.
2012: “It felt good and it is cool to be world series champion, as well as the first to win an electric race here at Daytona. I feel that my name is now up there with Miguel Duhamel or Scott Russell! The race was very uneventful. I jumped Eric at the start and didn’t look back until the 2nd or 3rd lap. I was then nervous as Eric was not on my shoulder and the race was obviously mine to lose. I hadn’t realised that there was no one behind me as I was focussed on the track ahead. The Brammo team have worked hard to get us here this weekend, so this victory is very well deserved for the whole team. There were no gremlins at all in the race, the bike performed perfectly for the first time this weekend, just at the right time – perfect”
A123 Infineon Raceway
TTXGP World Series Champion 2012
TTXGP North American Champion 2012
TTXGP North American Champion 2011
Infineon Raceway Circuit EV Record Holder