The Isle of Man TT Races
The ultimate 'must see it' event for motorsport fans
The Isle of Man TT is the ultimate 'must see it' event for motorsport fans across the globe. Every May and June the Isle of Man,
a tiny country between England and Ireland, turns into motorcycle nirvana as the world’s greatest road racers gather to test
themselves against the incredible ‘Mountain Course’ - a 37.73 mile beast of a course carved out of the island’s public roads.
For over 100 years the Mountain’s siren call has drawn fans and riders to experience the unique atmosphere of the Isle of Man
When do the Isle of Man TT Races take place?
The TT takes place over a 2 week period with the first week dominated by practice sessions followed by
a week of racing with the first race day taking place on the Saturday before Mad Sunday with racing then
held on alternate days (Saturday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday). Practice Week is becoming increasingly more
popular for first time and seasoned visitors alike with practice
sessions taking place most evenings you have the days free to explore the natural beauty that the Island has to offer.
Mad Sunday always falls on the first Sunday of June and is a popular date in motorcycle fans' diaries with plenty
of meets, events and parades taking place across the Island.
- Sunday 29th May - Qualifying
- Monday 30st May - Qualifying
- Tuesday 31st May - Qualifying
- Wednesday 1st June - Qualifying
- Thursday 2nd June - Qualifying
- Friday 3rd June - Qualifying
- Saturday 4th June - Race Day 1
- Monday 6th June - Race Day 2
- Wednesday 8th June - Race Day 3
- Friday 10th June - Race Day 4