We've got 3 years of race data for Laguna Seca.FIM ePower / TTXGP Laguna Seca 2010
(sadly no details, but see QP
)FIM ePower / TTXGP Laguna Seca 2011FIM ePower / TTXGP Laguna Seca 2012
Unfortunately I can't find more detailed information for the 2010 race. The 2010 and 2012 races were both 9 laps in length (32.49 km = 20.2 miles); the 2011 race was reduced in length to 8 laps (28.88 km = 17.9 miles). Race laptimes typically will be somewhat slower for a 9 lap race than an 8 lap.
Lightning, Münch, and Ely Schless are the only racers who have competed all three years. (Brammo attended in 2010 but did not compete). Notably these teams have also used the same riders for all three years. Münch, Lightning, and Brammo have all fielded a second bike and rider this year at Laguna.Qualifying and Race Laptimes
Lightning posted a qualifying time of 1'45.769 in 2010, 1'37.505 in 2011, and 1'33.860 in 2012.
Michael Barned turned in a best lap of 1'37.417 in 2011 and a 1'35.319 in 2012.
Münch posted a qualifying time of 1'52.505 in 2010, 1'42.051 in 2011, and 1'38.951 in 2012.
Matthias Himmelman's best race laptimes improved from 1'40.442 in 2011 to 1'37.246 in 2012.
Ely Schless posted a qualifying time of 2'04.987 in 2010, 2'00.012 in 2011, and 1'57.990 in 2012.
Race laptimes improved from 1'58.086 in 2011 to 1'56.013 in 2012.
Brammo posted a qualifying time of 1'42.127 in 2011, and 1'37.171 in 2012 (Eric Bostrom).
Steve Atlas improved on his 1'40.644 2011 fast lap to 1'35.625 in 2012.Steve Rapp retains the records
Steve Rapp and Mission Motors still hold the circuit record for best qualifying lap and best race lap, at 1'31.376 and 1'33.194 respectively. Lightning, Brammo, and Münch are all closing in but none was able to surpass either record this year.Production bikes show up and race
Zero Motorcycles showed up with two bikes, turning in a best qualifying time of 2'00.057 (Ted Rich) and a best laptime of 2'02.118 (Kenyon Kluge). In 2010 Kenyon Kluge qualified on a faired 2010 Zero S at 2'11.648.
If a 2012 S was able to race in 2010, it would have qualified in position #7 of 13 bikes, and its total race time would put it in position #7 of 9 at the finish.
In their paddock, Brammo displayed an Empulse TTX which may race at a later TTXGP this year. I would expect to see around a 7 to 10 second laptime improvement over the Zero bikes.